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Desc:Documentary about the rise of synth pop. Impossible to tag all the artists it interviews.
Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:Gary Numan, the normal, john foxx, OMD, Synths
Submitted:paranex
Date:06/13/13
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StanleyPain
I saw this when it originally aired and it's a pretty great documentary. There's no way possible they could cram every important figure or person into this thing but you will fucking orgasm if you enjoy electronic/new wave/industrial music at all. It's awesome.

I also recommend "Kraftwerk and the Electronic Music Revolution" which, despite the title, is actually a really great doc about the emergence of experimental Krautrock and it's evolution into the electronic music scene of the late 60s/early 70s and beyond. It's something like 4 hours, but oh so worth it.
Scrimmjob
i recently found a cache of used can records, and it has reinvigorated my love of krautrock.

Jet Bin Fever
Ah man. You've brought me such joy today.
Nikon
This is awesome. Thank you for sharing this. Five stars.
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