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The Last Dispatch (2005)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Biography, Music | 29 July 2005 (USA)
This feature documentary chronicles the last days of Dispatch, quite possibly the biggest band that never signed with a record label. In a time of upheaval in the music industry, their ... See full summary »

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This feature documentary chronicles the last days of Dispatch, quite possibly the biggest band that never signed with a record label. In a time of upheaval in the music industry, their do-it-yourself style started a grassroots fan phenomenon that is changing the way indie bands (and record labels) do business. The band's final concert, "The Last Dispatch" drew 110,000 fans from every U.S. state and 20 foreign countries for one last free show in Boston in July of 2004. Written by Sodium Entertainment

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1 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was amazing! It was great to see the story of how they became friends and what brought them to where they are. They are quite possibly the best band I have ever heard! I love all their music and every concert I went to was unbelievable! The movie showed those people that are new fans what it was like and those people that weren't fans the amazing thing they missed out on. It was awesome to sit in the theater and hear people around you sing the songs and point themselves out at some of the concerts. Seeing the sea of people that we were all surrounded by at the Last Dispatch was mind blowing. I wish they had put in a bit more music from the Somerville theater show and the Last Dispatch show but I guess that is why they have those other movies. I loved every last minute of this movie. It was a perfect closing to this chapter of the dispatch story!


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