The MC5

Not the definitive doc currently in legal limbo, but an atmospherically filmed record of the Detroit punk pioneers' Levi's-sponsored comeback at London's 100 Club last year. Of the stand-ins for late brothers Rob Tyner and Fred "Sonic"Smith, Lemmy stars, but the celebratory thunder of the surviving trio moves most.

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Not the definitive doc currently in legal limbo, but an atmospherically filmed record of the Detroit punk pioneers’ Levi’s-sponsored comeback at London’s 100 Club last year. Of the stand-ins for late brothers Rob Tyner and Fred “Sonic”Smith, Lemmy stars, but the celebratory thunder of the surviving trio moves most.

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