Braid - Killing A Camera (VHS)


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2001
Label: Bifocal Media - BFM008 • Format: VHS NTSC • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Emo, Punk


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8 Thoughts to “ Braid - Killing A Camera (VHS) ”

  1. Akibei
    May 11,  · In , after 5 years of solding performance, recording and touring, Braid decided to give 5 final shows in Chicago, Milwaukee and Champaign, Ill. This is a record of these performances. The DVD includes the original film, previously available on VHS and a Camera Retrospective, including recently filmed interviews, and nearly 2 hours of never-before-seen audio and video footage.5/5(3).
  2. Kimuro
    May 11,  · Braid's Killing A Camera video, documenting their last 4 days and 5 shows as a band, was promised way back in but took two years to finally materialize, to little fanfare. People had moved on; trends had shifted; bands that owed their livelihood to Braid's now-patented dual-guitar attack and their infectious brand of melodic post-hardcore stopped crediting them as an influence, instead 9/
  3. Migul
    Killing a Camera: VHS documentary of the band's last 5 shows together in August Re-released on DVD in with bonus content. BiFocal MediaCompilation albums: 2.
  4. Malkis
    Killing a Camera Lyrics: Got caught kicking the canvas down / I had plans but they never seemed to work out / Wide-eyed and on the lookout / Got caught tearing the whole thing down / I was halfway.
  5. Bajora
    Braid was one of the most endearing, prolific, and musically talented bands to come out of this scene. Their approach to song writing yields tunes with a heavy nod to Revolution Summer era DC Hardcore and an undeniably clever pop sense. This lead us to include Braid on the very first Bifocal Media release (’s Actuality of Thought video). In we produced and released the Braid centered “Killing a .
  6. Vudolar
    After their final show, Braid had several post-breakup releases in A recording of their final four shows called "Killing a Camera" was released on VHS. A live album, from the final show at The Metro called "Lucky to Be Alive" was also released. Polyvinyl released a double-disc collection of non-album tracks called Movie Music, Vol. 1 and 2.
  7. Jurg
    BRAID KILLING A CAMERA The original film was released on VHS in and did very well by our standards. In I flew back to Chicago with a couple of cameras and got drunk again. We made a new “where are they now” type of film and included it with the original on this DVD. Braid decided to do a reunion tour in support of the DVD.
  8. Toshura
    Jul 24,  · The shooting was captured on camera and shows Gale killing the guitarist. As he was shooting Darrell, bodyguard Jeff “Mayhem” Thompson and employee Erin Halk rushed the stage and grabbed Gale. However, the suspect was able to shoot and kill both men. He then continued to fire and killed Nathan Bray who was trying to perform CPR on Thompson.

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