Last updated March 16, 2018
Veteran rock band Pearl Jam celebrates its 20th anniversary with a documentary bio that recounts the group's turbulent history and internal struggles. Never-before-seen material culled from 1,200 hours of film captures the band from all perspectives.
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This installment of the Classic Albums series tells the story behind one of heavy metal's greatest achievements: "Paranoid" by Black Sabbath. The four original members of Black Sabbath talk us through the making of the album.
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This documentary follows the Bee Gees from their roots in England to their early career in Australia, their return to England and international breakthrough in the late '60s, and then on to global superstardom with "Saturday Night Fever."
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This installment in the Classic Albums series gives fans a double dose of Rush, examining two of the seminal prog-rock band's most important albums: "2112," their breakthrough effort, and "Moving Pictures," their best-selling record to date.
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Coldplay's first concert film in nine years documents their stellar 2011-12 "Mylo Xyloto" tour, which thrilled more than three million fans worldwide. The film captures performances in front of sold-out crowds in Paris, Montreal and the U.K.
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This documentary examines the making of the Band's 1969 self-titled album, including interviews with band members, commentary from rockers Eric Clapton and George Harrison, and performances of hits such as "The Weight" and "I Shall Be Released."
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This film follows Rory Gallagher's life and career from his upbringing in Cork to his early days with a show band, the brief success of Taste and his legendary solo career leading up to his health problems and tragic death at the age of just 47.
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A must for any Pink Floyd buff, this film chronicles the band's journey prior to the release of their classic album "The Dark Side of the Moon" in 1973. Discover how the band created the landmark recording and see interviews with band members Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright as they provide insight into the record-making process. Also includes single performances of certain tracks.
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This installment of the Classic Albums series goes into the studio with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers to dissect the making of the band's landmark third album, "Damn the Torpedoes," which spawned hits like "Refugee" and "Don't Do Me Like That."
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Def Leppard's album "Hysteria" sold over 17 million copies, produced seven hit singles and brought worldwide superstardom to the band in 1987. This program takes a track-by-track look at the making of the album.
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The only Queen concert ever filmed in its entirety, this 1981 performance from Montreal has been digitally restored and remixed. The DVD and Blu-ray versions also feature the band's legendary Live Aid performance, plus previously unreleased footage.
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Delving beyond the salacious headlines that have long surrounded Michael Jackson's personal life, this remarkable footage catches the King of Pop relaxing at his famed Neverland Ranch, where he muses on fame, God and his relationships with kids.
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Musicianship, hard work and heartache all went into Fleetwood Mac's multiplatinum album "Rumours," a masterpiece spawned by personal dramas. This "Classic Albums" installment chronicles the the album's making as the band's relationships crumbled.
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This documentary offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Metallica's critcally acclaimed self-titled 1991 album via band interviews, archival footage, demos and performances. The "Black Album" launched the metal heroes into the mainstream.
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"The Number of the Beast," Iron Maiden's most successful album, is admired by fans for its focus and loathed by critics for supposed satanic messages. Album producer Martin Birch studies it song by song in this documentary.
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As a drummer and vocalist for The Band, Levon Helm contributed to some of rock's most enduring classics. This eye-opening documentary examines what happened after the group dissolved, and the demons that haunted Helm until his solo comeback in 2007.
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Featuring illuminating interviews, archival film, television clips and a track-by-track analysis, this retrospective revisits the creation of "Machine Head," Deep Purple's seven-song masterpiece released in 1972.
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The year Elvis Presley went from rising pop star to overnight sensation is chronicled through rare footage, interviews and that pelvis-gyrating music. The video includes clips of the King's legendary appearances on the "Ed Sullivan," "Steve Allen" and "Milton Berle" TV shows as well as his film debut in Love Me Tender. The unforgettable Elvis tunes include "Blue Suede Shoes," "Hound Dog," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Don't Be Cruel" and "Peace in the Valley." Levon Helm narrates.
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Recorded live at the Oakland Coliseum in 1981, this performance by the flamboyant funk group captures the hard-driving rhythms, soothing melodies, scintillating horns and special effects that have dazzled concertgoers around the world.
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This documentary chronicles the unique story of what went into making Elvis Presley's first hit album for RCA Records in 1956. Sun Records founder Sam Phillips reminisces about how he auditioned and befriended Elvis.
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Nu-metal pioneers Korn bring their brand of explosive rap-infused rock to Switzerland's world-famous Montreux Festival and work the sold-out crowd with a chaotic sound and hyperkinetic energy rarely witnessed on the stage of the renowned venue.
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Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh are credited with introducing reggae music to the masses with their first album, "Catch a Fire." This documentary goes behind the scenes of the making of this legendary album.
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