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Rewind 4Ever: The History of UK Garage (2013)

From underground to over-ground, Rewind 4Ever is the definitive UK Garage music documentary. From the confines of the house party to the vibrant club scene and beyond, there has never been a more in depth look at the Garage genre.

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Alex Lawton

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Ashley Walters ... Self (as Asher D)
Grant Nelson Grant Nelson ... Self
Norris Windross Norris Windross ... Self (as Norris 'Da Boss' Windross)
Karl Brown Karl Brown ... Self (as Karl 'Tuff Enuff' Brown)
Matt Lamont Matt Lamont ... Self (as Matt 'Jam' Lamont)
Todd Edwards Todd Edwards ... Self
D.J. Spoony D.J. Spoony ... Self (as DJ Spoony)
MC Harvey MC Harvey ... Self
M.C. Creed M.C. Creed ... Self (as MC Creed)
Timmi Magic Timmi Magic ... Self
Scott Garcia Scott Garcia ... Self
Oxide Oxide ... Self (as DJ Oxide)
Mikee B. Mikee B. ... Self
Deejay Ess Deejay Ess ... Self (as Deejay 'S')
Xavier Barnett Xavier Barnett ... Self (as Xavier)
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Chronicling the rise from underground to over-ground, Rewind is the definitive UK Garage music documentary. From the confines of the house party to the vibrant club scene and beyond, there has never been a more in depth look at the Garage genre. From the years of 1998 to 2002 UK Garage dominated the national charts. The most successful British dance genre to ever emerge from London's underground, Rewind travels back in time to uncover the untold story of a genre of music that defined an entire generation, still prevalent in today's music world. The influence and legacy of Garage has been immense and the artists most known for putting it on the music map share their passion with you. The first British dance music documentary of its kind, here is the ultimate history of the rise, fall and resurrection of Garage music: Rewind 4Ever Written by Tom Jolliffe

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It Became A Way Of Life

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The pirate radio scenes were filmed at the studios of Flex FM, one of London's leading underground radio stations. See more »

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Enchanted Rhythms
'LPU Proudly Presents a Special Collection of Enchanted Rhythms'
Written & Produced by 'Dr. Queff and Mystic Dubplate Matt'
Under Licence from Love, Peace and Unity Recordings
Under License from Area 52 Recordings
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UK

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English

Release Date:

15 July 2013 (UK) See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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GBP20,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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