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Let's Rock Again! (2004)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | 7 May 2004 (USA)
A one-hour music documentary following rock icon, and former frontman of The Clash, Joe Strummer as he tours across America and Japan.

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Luke Bullen ... Himself
Tymon Dogg ... Himself
Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros ... Themselves
Dick Rude ... Himself
... Himself
Martin Slattery ... Himself
Simon Stafford ... Himself
... Himself (archive footage)
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A one-hour music documentary following rock icon, and former frontman of The Clash, Joe Strummer as he tours across America and Japan.

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1977
Written by Joe Strummer (as Strummer) / Mick Jones (as Jones) / Paul Simonon (as Simonon) / Topper Headon (as Headon)
Performed by The Clash
Courtesy of Epic Records
By Arrangement with Sony BMG Music Entertainment
Used by kind permission of Universal Music Publishing Ltd.
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Simple, Personal, Heartfelt Tribute to a Musical Legend and Hero
26 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

I saw this at the AFI theater in MD during a documentary film festival. being a huge clash fan and of joe strummer's solo efforts with the mescaleros this was a very personal film to me and i enjoyed it enormously. as i think even the most casual of fans would enjoy the same. only thing i didn't like: wished it went on longer. i guess we could all say the same thing about joe's life. he's so personable, speaks his mind, and just a nice guy you could sit there for a three hour film. he was a true rock hero/legend and all around great human being who's philosophies are seriously needed in today's crumbling society. Hopefully this film will get picked up by a distributor for a DVD release or maybe some more footage could be added to make this feature length so it might see a theatrical run.


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