Cinerama – Get Up And Go

David Gedge tunes his guitar. David Gedge drives to the garage. David Gedge buys a Ginster's sausage roll. That's about the sum of this inadvisable fly-on-the-wall tour documentary following Cinerama, Gedge's post-Wedding Present cinematic grunge-pop ensemble. A shame, since they're a good band with great songs (only last year they got a No 1 in John Peel's Festive 50), but as a visual accompaniment this is utterly depressing.

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David Gedge tunes his guitar. David Gedge drives to the garage. David Gedge buys a Ginster’s sausage roll. That’s about the sum of this inadvisable fly-on-the-wall tour documentary following Cinerama, Gedge’s post-Wedding Present cinematic grunge-pop ensemble. A shame, since they’re a good band with great songs (only last year they got a No 1 in John Peel’s Festive 50), but as a visual accompaniment this is utterly depressing.

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