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In Heaven There Is No Beer (2012)

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The story of the Los Angeles 'Kiss or Kill' music scene (2002-2007). Fed up with the wretched Sunset Strip pay-for-play policies, 'too cool for school' trendiness of the Silverlake scene ... See full summary »

Director:

David Palamaro

Writer:

David Palamaro
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Bang Sugar Bang Bang Sugar Bang
Carla Betz ... Herself - Musician
Chris Black Chris Black ... Himself (AKA Pawely Filth)
King Cheetah King Cheetah
The Dollyrots The Dollyrots
Cooper Gillespie Cooper Gillespie ... Herself
The Letter Openers The Letter Openers
The Muffs The Muffs ... Themselves
Silver Needle Silver Needle
The OAOTs The OAOTs
The Randies The Randies
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The story of the Los Angeles 'Kiss or Kill' music scene (2002-2007). Fed up with the wretched Sunset Strip pay-for-play policies, 'too cool for school' trendiness of the Silverlake scene and apathetic crowds, the bands that made up Kiss or Kill forged their own scene based on great music, cheap booze, low cover, and a mid-western sense of community and friendship. At it's peak, Kiss or Kill had more than 60 bands in its roster and over 1,000 local L.A. fans. But as Kiss or Kill grew and became more popular, it fell victim to the same 'venue-isms' of other L.A. clubs and eventually became the very thing it was fighting against. Written by Anonymous

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The Kiss or Kill music scene: Saving Los Angeles from itself one Tuesday at a time


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 February 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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The Kiss or Kill music scene derived its name from a lyric of a song called "We're Desperate" by the famous punk band X. See more »

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Closing Credits: This film is dedicated to Neil Lisk (Neil Lisk was a cinematographer and director Dave Palamaro's college friend who died six months before the completion of In Heaven There Is No Beer.) See more »

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