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  1. "Finding the Funk," premieres on Tuesday, February 4th at 10/9c and gives a unique geographical history of the booty-shaking genre....  Read Full Summary »

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  2. Directed by Cameron Crowe, Pearl Jam Twenty chronicles the band's formation, tumultuous events of their early years and their rise to stardom, after which they decided to step back from fame. Bold and loud, the documentary draws from over 1,200 hours of r...  Read Full Summary »

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  5. Soul Power follows the three-day music festival staged in Kinshasa, Zaire in 1974, documenting the emerging musical crossover between Africa and America in this VH1 Rock Doc featuring James Brown, Bill Withers, BB King, Muhammad Ali and Celia Cruz....  Read Full Summary »

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  6. Directed by Ice-T, Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap was an Official Selection 2012 Sundance Film Festival and premiered in theaters in June 2012. Ice-T interviews some of the biggest names in the game, both past and present, about the voice of a p...  Read Full Summary »

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  7. VH1 premieres the first film to tell the definitive life story of the revolutionary music icon Bob Marley....  Read Full Summary »

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  8. VH1 takes a look back at music television's first show completely dedicated to hip hop. Yo! MTV Raps became a groundbreaking phenomenon that merged together the music and culture of the genre from the inner cities to the mainstream....  Read Full Summary »

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  9. Twenty years later, Uprising examines the role hip hop played in the revolution and reuniting of a fractured Los Angeles after the fallout from the Rodney King beating left the tense city ablaze with rebellion....  Read Full Summary »

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  10. "The TRL Decade" takes a fun and provocative look at the iconic MTV video countdown show, "Total Request Live," which aired for 10 years (1998-2008). Beginning as a programming experiment, TRL became a cultural phenomenon, serving as a catalyst for the po...  Read Full Summary »

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  11. Rarely can a film penetrate the glamorous surface of rock legends. "It Might Get Loud" tells the personal stories, in their own words, of three generations of electric guitar virtuosos - The Edge (U2), Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin), and Jack White (The White...  Read Full Summary »

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  12. Michael Jackson This is It will offer Jackson fans and music lovers worldwide a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the performer as he developed, created and rehearsed for his sold-out concerts that would have taken place beginning summer 2009 in London's O2...  Read Full Summary »

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  13. In the summer of 1969, on a farm about 90 miles north of New York City, over 500 thousand people gathered for a three day music festival that, in an instant, defined a generation -- and changed popular culture forever. Now, to celebrate the historic 40th...  Read Full Summary »

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  14. Twenty-five years after crack cocaine ravaged American cities, a new VH1 Rock Doc explores how the drug also transformed popular culture, especially hip-hop....  Read Full Summary »

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  15. In 50 Cent: The Origin of Me, the legendary rapper will make an unprecedented trek to the Deep South in search of his family's slave lineage. He'll re-unite with family members, and connect the dots on his ancestral heritage....  Read Full Summary »

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  16. Academy Award winning documentary filmmaker James Moll will chronicle the 16 year history of the Foo Fighters, from the cassette demos Grohl recorded during his tenure as Nirvana's drummer through their ascent to their Grammy-winning, multi-platinum, aren...  Read Full Summary »

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  17. An intimate look at hip-hop artist Shawn Carter, Jay-Z, revealing the multiple Grammy Award winning artist as never before, from his background and rise to fame to the recording of what he said at the time would be his last album....  Read Full Summary »

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  18. In LEMMY, directors Greg Olliver and Wes Orshoski explore the amazing life and career of heavy metal pioneer and cultural icon Lemmy Kilmister, the life force behind the enduring, influential band Motörhead. Over more than four decades, the booze- and dru...  Read Full Summary »

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  19. Meet Pamela Des Barres, writer, journalist, rock 'n roll historian and Queen of the Supergroupies. She is most famous for her 1987 tell-all I'm With The Band, an intimate portrait of her sexual exploits and longtime escapades with such notorious ro...  Read Full Summary »

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  20. This two-part, two-hour documentary tells the story of one of the most astonishing pop culture years in American history. New York City had fallen in decay and chaos. Yet out of the chaos, emerged one of the most creative times any city has encountered....  Read Full Summary »

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  21. This is the story of the mistresses of metal who helped propel the likes of Tommy, Nikki, Slash, Axl, Blackie and Jani from fledgling musicians without so much as a place to hang their top hats, to maniacal mega-superstars....  Read Full Summary »

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  22. The World's Most Dangerous Group tells the story of a group of childhood friends from Compton who channeled the rage of the streets through rap music and pop culture. When "Straight Outta Compton" was released in late 1988, radio wanted nothing to...  Read Full Summary »

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  23. Regarded as the world's biggest cult band, Beyond the Lighted Stage explores the phenomenon behind the forty-year career of the legendary rock group Rush. Features never-before-seen archival footage and interviews with the band....  Read Full Summary »

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  24. Few television series were as innovative and influential to pop culture as "Soul Train." Set first in Chicago, "Soul Train" launched on WCIU-TV with local radio and television personality, Don Cornelius on August 17, 1970. After moving the dance show to...  Read Full Summary »

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  25. In the summer of 1984, the band Anvil toured with some of the world's hottest acts like Metallica, Slayer, and Anthrax. Today, those bands are legends and Anvil is just the opposite. While fame eluded them, Anvil never stopped rocking. Childhood friends S...  Read Full Summary »

  26. "IRON MAIDEN: FLIGHT 666" documents the first leg of Maiden's legendary 2008 Somewhere Back In Time World Tour, which takes them 50,000 miles around the planet playing 23 concerts on five continents in just 45 days. The band's customized Boeing 757, Ed...  Read Full Summary »

  27. Bruce Springsteen: The Making Of 'Working On A Dream' is a behind the scenes look at the making of a Springsteen album. Produced, directed, and edited by longtime Springsteen associate and Emmy and GRAMMY winner Thom Zimny, the documentary film includes i...  Read Full Summary »

  28. Neil Young: Heart of Gold is a 2006 documentary and concert film by Jonathan Demme, featuring Neil Young. The film was made in the summer of 2005 in Nashville, Tennessee. The film documents Young's premi...  Read Full Summary »

  29. Using the most extraordinary special effects technology seen on tv, Elton John: Me, Myself, and I will see Sir Elton John step back in time, as the singer takes us on an intimate journey through his life....  Read Full Summary »

  30. April 5, 1968 -- the morning after one of the most catastrophic moments in American history: The assassination of Martin Luther King. The night before, America's inner cities began going up in flames. There was trouble in Roxbury, Boston's ghetto. And th...  Read Full Summary »

  31. Air Guitar Nation is a feature-length documentary about the year that Air Guitar swept America. What starts as a friendly contest above a New York strip club becomes a battle of naked ambition played out on the national and, ultimately, world stage....  Read Full Summary »

  32. It's virtually impossible to approach No Direction Home without a cluster of fixed ideas. Who doesn't have their own private Dylan? The true excellence of Martin Scorsese's achievement lies in how his documentary shakes us free of our comfortable assumpti...  Read Full Summary »

  33. Marking 40 years since The Who's first U.S. appearance in North America, Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who is an exhilarating feature-length film about one of the seminal and most influential rock bands in history....  Read Full Summary »

  34. This two-part, two-hour documentary tells the story of one of the most astonishing pop culture years in American history. New York City had fallen in decay and chaos. Yet out of the chaos, emerged one of the most creative times any city has encountered....  Read Full Summary »

  35. The Monterey International Pop Festival was nothing short of a defining moment in rock and roll history. The three-day event, held June 16-18, 1967, ushered in the Summer of Love, featured an unprecedented bill of racially and musically diverse acts, set...  Read Full Summary »

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