Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC CD/DVD
"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 the legendary Alice Cooper puts it: "A million ideas were 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 seven-minute feature titled "Survivors' Guide to 70s NYC w/ Neon Leon and Sonny Vincent," a trailer and Spanish subtitles. This deluxe version, exclusively for RSD Black Friday, will also include an additional 50 minutes of deleted scenes, a soundtrack CD, poster and special slipcover.
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- Number of discs: 2
- Limited edition of: 1500
- Label: MVD Visual
- Mono/Stereo: Stereo
- Catalog Number: MVD11033D