#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The film is a deep dive into the culture of hard rock music. This genre, beloved by its millions of fans, is often misunderstood and maligned by media and the music industry.
Plot: Featuring exclusive interviews with the leading titans of rock that include: Metallica, Guns N’ Roses, Slipknot, Korn, Avenged Sevenfold, Rob Zombie, Five Finger Death Punch, Prophets Of Rage, Greta Van Fleet, Halestorm, and many, many more, “Long Live Rock” is a deep dive into the fandom of this often misunderstood but beloved genre of music.
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No Such Thing As Rap On! No Such Thing As Reggae On And Definitely No Such Thing As Rumba On! There Is Only One Kind Of Music That Keeps Going ON Stronger And Stronger!
For those about to Rock…>>>…ROCK ON!
It was good that it was made more from the Rock Fan point of view; as it was/is their message of why Rock Music (and all its subsidiary styles, Metal, Heavy Metal, Thrash, Glam, Goth etc. Etc) has and never will die! A good mix of Rock fans of all types of people, including very religious individuals who obviously disagree completely with it being the Devils Music 🙂 I have a lot of varied music that I like in my very large collection of Vinyl Records albums, singles and EP’s as well as my CD digital disc music. I would say that 50% of my collection is ROCK music, 35% is my big Soul vinyl music collection of originals and rare records (I started out as a DJ and have been a collector for 0ver 50 years) while the rest is Blues, Reggae, Jazz, R&B (but not the trash that is passed off as Rhythm & Blues today) and a odd bit here and there that I call world mix…like American Indian music etc. None – and never will it be so – of the music for thugs (and if there was another way to describe it without insulting the use of the word music, I would) that CRAP they call RAP! Some Hip-Hop was hip and some House Music was cool stuff but RAP…not in a million years for me (it won’t even get to the 50 year anniversary mark because its so Rap a Pap Crap!).
There’s a good reason why the term “Rock A Bye Baby” is used and not “Rap A Bye Baby”…lmao.
But the one weird thing I noticed is that some of the stories told by fans actually just the one told by the guy with all the tattoos, he didn’t mention music in his story until about 5 minutes from the end, I thought his story was entirely random until like he just added like twominutes before it ended that he listens to music.
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Director Jonathan McHugh
Actors Zoltan Bathory, David Benveniste, Andy Biersack
Country United States
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