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The Badlees: Renew and Rewind (2002)

Filmed on location at Manhattan Center in New York City, this concert finds The Badlees at their collective best. Featuring songs from the quintet's long-awaited album RENEW, as well as highlights from their 13 year career.

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Dre' Len
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Bret Alexander Bret Alexander ... Himself
Jeff Feltenberger Jeff Feltenberger ... Himself
Pete Paladino Pete Paladino ... Himself
Ron Simasek ... Himself
Paul Smith Paul Smith ... Himself
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Filmed on location in New York City at the Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center, this television special finds the Pennsylvania favorites at their collective best. The show features songs from the quintet's long-awaited album RENEW, as well as highlights from their 13 year career. Now, with this special edition DVD release, you can experience the concert along with the legions of fans that crowded into the ballroom to help these prolific songwriters "Renew and Rewind". Written by Chris Fetchko

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Music

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 June 2002 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$200,000 (estimated)
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K Studios See more »
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Color

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4:3
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The Badlees take New York
2 June 2016 | by chris-01360See all my reviews

The Badlees continue their effort to fight the record company establishment with their latest collection of poignant, earnest, heart- felt American rock and roll. The self-released "Renew" has a slightly harder edge than some of the bands earlier, more acoustic-based material, but the band hasn't lost it's way. The focus remains on the voice lead singer Pete Palladino gives to guitarist Bret Alexander's tales of love and longing. The CD's title is in reference to the bands spiritual rebirth. After a hiatus that saw each of the groups members involved in side projects, the band reunited to decide their future and thankfully chose to continue their partnership. The tight harmonies and skillful musicianship on display here confirm the band still has plenty of great music to share with their fans.


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