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L7

Pretend We're Dead DVD and BluRay set

Review by Gary Hill

You really get a lot with this video package. Not only does it include the main documentary (roughly an hour and a half long), but you get another documentary on the band from the 1990s, bonus footage and more, in both DVD and BluRay formats.

L7 were (and still are) in many ways the classic example of a band that didn't fit into any molds. I suppose by definition they were alternative rock, but their sound was packed with metal, punk, pop and a lot more. The footage here will really give you quite an in-depth look at the band, their history and more. I can't recommend this one enough for both the casual and hardcore fans. It's great.

This review is available in book format (hardcover and paperback) in Music Street Journal: 2017  Volume 6 at lulu.com/strangesound.
 
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