This superb & comprehensive visual retrospective of Lydia Lunch's musical collaborations from 1978-2006 is an incredible representation of her approach to art.
Hailed by the Boston Phoenix as "one of the 10 most influential performers of the 90's", no other artist of the 20th century has fought, forged, punched, and sculpted their own artistic vision in such a unique and original way.
Defying categorization, Lunch actively has conquered new territories, and has gained international recognition for the innovative quality of her work. Robert Palmer from THE NEW YORK TIMES writes "Miss Lunch was always an effective vocal performer.
But rock has grown complacent again -- even the underground rock that has borrowed so much from Miss Lunch's various bands over the years. Perhaps it's time for her to administer it a few more rude shocks.
Featuring footage from TEENAGE JESUS & 8-EYED SPY, VH is an indispensible compendium & cornerstone; approx 70:00, Dolby 5.1, photo gallery feature, PLUS complete disc/film/bibliographies.
*TEENAGE JESUS AND THE JERKS
I Woke Up Screaming
Freud in Flop
Sorry for Behaving so Badly
Motor Oil Shanty
Run Through the Jungle
Blood Is Just Memory
*ROWLAND S. HOWARD (of The Birthday Party & These Immortal Souls):
*MARK CUNNINGHAM (of Mars & RAEO)
*TERRY EDWARDS & JOSEPH BUDENHOLZER
*JOSEPH BUDENHOLZER & KAMILSKY
*TERRY EDWARDS, IAN WHITE & JAMES JOHNSTON
Knives in My Drain
*TERRY EDWARDS, IAN WHITE & MARC VIAPLANA
*DAVID KNIGHT & IAN WHITE
Violence is the Sport of God