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The Dresden Dolls: In Paradise (2005)

Unrated | | Music | Video 22 November 2005
The Dresden Dolls (Amanda Palmer & Brian Viglione) were formed in Boston in 2001. Their unique musical style combines influences from alternative rock and 1930's German cabaret to create ... See full summary »

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The Dresden Dolls ... The Dresden Dolls
Kate Lane ... Performer
Christopher Lydon ... Himself
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Sunday Sasser-Pickard ... Little Girl
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The Dresden Dolls (Amanda Palmer & Brian Viglione) were formed in Boston in 2001. Their unique musical style combines influences from alternative rock and 1930's German cabaret to create something fresh, exciting and highly theatrical. This live show from London's recently restored Roundhouse is a visual feast featuring circus acts, gymnasts and cabaret dancers as well as the striking appearance of the Dresden Dolls themselves. The songs in the set are drawn from both their studio albums and also include previously unreleased material.

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The Mack
& "Exit Music"
Performed by The Beat Circus
Written by Brian Carpenter
Published by Electric Sheep Music (ASCAP) Courtesy of Innova Records
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Fantastic, unique, and all around wonderful!
5 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

This film is extremely unique as it features the music of the Dresden Dolls live from the Paradise in Boston, 6-5-05 as well a "documentary" on the band and the events of that day.

The musical footage is pure eye-candy and it's delightful to watch a concert from different angles, with colors dancing all around the screen. It is a unique to be able to watch a concert like that.

The documentary is equally as amazing, for you really get to "go behind the scenes" by seeing Amanda Palmer and Brian Viglione (the Dresden Dolls) preparing for the day, as well as Michael Pope (director) and the Dresden Dolls Dirty Business Brigade (they're all out awesome performers, from all around the world).

It is a fantastic and original DVD that can easily change your taste in music and film.


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