The Undertones - Teenage Kicks: The Story Of The Undertones (2003)
DVD9 | PAL 16:9A (720x576) VBR | Dolby Digital Stereo 224 kbps | ENG Subtitles | 7,81 GB
Sanctuary Visual Entertainment | ~ 131:20 minutes | Covers: No | FP & UL - 5% RAR Recovery
BBC Radio legend John Peel has long cited The Undertones "Teenage Kicks" as his favorite song of all time. In this documentary, Peel takes a trip to Derry in Northern Ireland, tracing the history and evolution of the city by drawing on the influences, upbringings, and ultimate successes of The Undertones. Teenage Kicks on disc includes 45 minutes of additional interviews, along with exclusive live footage, photo gallery of rare memorabilia & archive images plus reunion footage from 1999 and beyond. Like a lot of the material included in the main feature, the extra interview footage is only likely to appeal to die-hard fans. Seven promos (restored and mixed in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound) are also featured, including the recently discovered video for "There Goes Norman".