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Day the Country Died - A History of Anarcho-Punk

Synopsis
With the birth of punk rock came a popular interest in anarchism. While the early punk scene used anarchist imagery for its shock value, the band Crass went on to lead the Anarcho-Punk movement - taking the imagery a step further by expounding the serious ideas behind the visuals and supporting social issues such as animal rights, the anti-globalisation movement and many others. The story of the genre is told by some of the most influential performers on the scene and laced with music from Crass, Conflict, Subhumans, Chumbawamba and many more.
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of release
2006
Subjects
Music; Politics & government; Sociology
Keywords
anarchist movements; political movements; punk; pacifism

Distribution Formats

Type
DVD
Format
Region 2 PAL
Price
£12.99
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
90 minutes
Year
2006

Distributor

Name

Moviemail

Web
https://www.simplyhe.com/3000-moviemail External site opens in new window
Phone
0844 848 2000
Address
Simply Home Entertainment
PO Box 7741
Ringwood
BH24 9FA
UK
Notes
As of December 2016 the Moviemail web presence is incorporated within the Simply Media website
 

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