Punk-O-Rama – The Videos Volume 1 – Review


The Videos Volume 1 (Epitaph)
by Scott Hefflon

A good little slice of punk rock history for under $15. Videos include Rancid (“Nihilism,” “Salvation,” and “GGF”), Refused (“New Noise”), Bad Religion (“American Jesus” and “Sorrow”), NOFX (“Leave it Alone” and “Stickin’ In My Eye”), Offspring (“Come Out and Play”), Pennywise (“Same Old Story” and “Fuck Authority”), Millencolin (“Kemp”), The Bouncing Souls (“True Belivers” and “East Side Mags”), The (International) Noise Conspiracy (“Up for Sale”), Hot Water Music (“Paper Thin”), Descendents (“I’m the One”), Dropkick Murphys (“Barroom Hero” and “The Gauntlet”), Guttermouth (“She’s Got The Look”), Division of Laura Lee (“Need to Get Some”), and Death By Stereo (“Desperation Train”).

Extras include “Inside Epitaph” (interviews with founder Brett Gurewitz, Fat Mike, Fletcher from Pennywise, and various old-school employees), behind-the-scenes footage from Pennywise’s “Fuck Authority” video shoot, Bad Religion live in ’92 with three songs and an interview, and two live songs and some backstage footage of The Bouncing Souls.
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