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Angels & Airwaves: Start the Machine (2008)

Featuring an interview with front man Tom DeLonge discussing the high-profile breakup of his ex-band, Blink-182, this documentary takes viewers into the studio as super-group Angels & ... See full summary »

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Featuring an interview with front man Tom DeLonge discussing the high-profile breakup of his ex-band, Blink-182, this documentary takes viewers into the studio as super-group Angels & Airwaves records their debut album, "We Don't Need to Whisper." The video also includes Angels & Airwaves onstage at their blistering best during stops on their 2006 tour, along with insights into the lives of the band members. Written by Anonymous

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From the break-up of Blink-182, to the Genesis of Angels & Airwaves. A rock and roll documentary about an experiment of hope...and the movement that followed.

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A very honest & revealing look into the band.
30 July 2008 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

This is a very good documentary. For people who hate the band or those who love it or those who are just hearing about it for the first time. It is extremely honest & shows you just how hard the band works. It shows you how hard they are trying to get their message across & most importantly (for Blink 182 fans) it gives a deep insight into why Blink 182 is no more.

The music videos, live performances & short films are all worth a watch. I really enjoyed this & i recommend it to anyone who has even the slightest interest in the band.

Oh yeah, the band's commentary track is hilarious.


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