Various Artists-Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC

Label: MVD Visual
Format: DVD + CD

"Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC" is the first-ever documentary about the renowned New York City nightclub Max's Kansas City (1965-1981), which had an indelible impact on the world of music, fashion, art, culture, and the creation of the New York City Punk Rock scene. As legendary Alice Cooper puts it: "A million ideas we're launched back there," referring to the Max's Kansas City famous backroom, where everybody gravitated toward the pop art genius Andy Warhol, who held court there. This first-ever film on Max's Kansas City features never-before-released footage, including footage of three of Warhol's superstars – Jayne County, Ruby Lynn Reyner and Penny Arcade. DVD bonus features include the 7-minute feature titled "Survivors' Guide to 70s NYC w/ Neon Leon and Sonny Vincent," trailer and Spanish subtitles. This deluxe version, exclusive to RSD, will also include an additional 50 minutes of deleted scenes, a soundtrack CD, poster and special slipcover. - Features Alice Cooper, Jayne County, Billy Idol, Lenny Kaye, Steve Stevens, Elliott Murphy, Sylvain Sylvain, Penny Arcade, Alan Vega, H.R, Dr. Know. - Interviews with Alice Cooper, Jayne County, Billy Idol, Lenny Kaye, Steve Stevens, Elliott Murphy, Sylvain Sylvain, Penny Arcade, Alan Vega, H.R, Dr. Know and more. - Performances by Sid Vicious, Testors, Elliott Murphy, Jayne County, Ruby and The Rednecks. - Includes never-before-seen footage of Sid Vicious, Iggy & The Stooges, Testors and New York Dolls.

Soundtrack tracklist: Shrapnel - “Combat Love” (Rabinowitz/Wyndorf) Courtesy of Shrapnel/ Salute Records Deadbeat Poets - “Sunglass City”(Secich) Bobok Music BMI Courtesy of Pop Detective Records New York Junk - "Going Back to Max's" (Sztabnik) Copyright control. Courtesy of Joe Tone Records Stony Sugarskull - "Magnet" (Demmler) Calyra Publishing (Gema) Courtesy of Stony Sugarskull Shrapnel - “Go Crusin'" (Rabinowitz) Courtesy of Shrapnel/Salute Records Jimi LaLumia - “New York City Song Revisited” (LaLumia/DiCarlo) BMI Courtesy of Jimi LaLumia Jimi LaLumia - “Junkie See, Junkie Do (Avoid The Opioid)” (LaLumia/DiCarlo) BMI Courtesy of Jimi LaLumia Testors - “Purpose” (Vincent) BMI Live at Max's Kansas City 1976. Courtesy of Sonny Vincent/ Testors Jimi LaLumia & The Psychotic Frogs - “Death To Disco” (LaLumia/Scarlata/Franz) Copyright Control / © Death Records Courtesy of Death Records Stimulators - “Run Run Run” ℗ 1980 Savoia NYC Incorporated / Frontier Records Mystery Girls - "Ego" Heart Attack - "Shotgun" (Malin) Rain Street Music. Courtesy of Velvet Elk Ruby & The Rednecks - "Ruby From the Wrong Side of Town" (Ruby Lynn Reyner/ Richard Eskow) Copyright Control The Electric Lovehandles - "Love You (Now You're Gone)" (Keaney) Lone Wolf Publishing. Courtesy of The Electric Lovehandles The Primadonna Reeds - "Quicksand" (Reiter/Reiter) Courtesy of The Primadonna Reeds Jayne County & Jimi LaLumia - “Leave My Pussy Alone” (LaLumia/DiCarlo) BMI

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