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Phil Strongman - Anarchy! McLaren Westwood Gang Album

Phil Strongman - Anarchy! McLaren Westwood Gang Album

Performer: Phil Strongman
Title: Anarchy! McLaren Westwood Gang
Style: Punk
Released: 22 Apr 2017
Country: UK
Label: Cadiz Music
Size MP3 version: 2163 mb
Size FLAC version: 2919 mb
Size WMA version: 2286 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 181
Genre: Rock

Phil Strongman - Anarchy! McLaren Westwood Gang Album


1 DVD Disc 2
2Phil Strongman Anarchy! McLaren Westwood Gang - Film141:00
3 DVD Disc 1
4Kuba DMadame Butterfly
Producer – Kuba DViolin – Barbara BartzVocals – Daire Halpin
5Malcolm McLarenMalcolm On Bootlegs, Sid & Rampages
6 7" Vinyl
7Phil Strongman Anarchy! McLaren Westwood Gang - Extras56:00


  • Liner NotesBarry Cain


Initially released for Record Store Day 2017. Box contains 2x DVD discs, in a card sleeve, 1x 7" vinyl single, a colour poster, postcard, button pin and 12 page booklet written by Barry Cain. Packaged in a glossy 7" size box with lift off lid.


  • Barcode: 844493061489
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Stamped]): BH67536-01 A1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B [Stamped]): BH67536-01 B1 HL


  • Copyright (c) – PS Films


Director: Phil Strongman. Writer: Phil Strongman. Added to Watchlist. Title: Anarchy McLaren Westwood Gang 2013. Box Office. Anarchy McLaren Westwood Gang' is an authentic and remarkable document of a febrile moment in time that left such a long shadow over modern culture. A 2xDVD set featuring the film and also some great extra features, including the last ever filmed interview with McLaren. Additionally the set includes a 7 inch single contacting Malcolm McLaren speaking over music, a badge and a booklet with an with essay written by Flexipop founder Barry Cain. Also included are a postcard signed by director Phil Strongman and a poster. 40 Years Of Punk: Phil Strongman On the Sex Pistols, the Queen, and Anarchy 9:09. Режисер Філ Стронгмен про Sex Pistols, королеву і сорочку-парашут 9:01. Phil Strongman uses archive interview footage to place McLaren and punk in the tradition of anarchism, situationalism and pop art. Theres something appropriately anarchic about Phil Strongmans scrappy but nonetheless watchable documentary tribute to Malcolm McLaren, the uncategorisable flaneur, entrepreneur, poseur, artist-manqué and mischief-maker who died in 2010, having invented the Sex Pistols. This film looks a bit patchy, occasionally the audio quality isnt of the highest and, despite the title, there is hardly anything about Vivienne Westwood. Strongman uses what appears to be archive interview footage of McLaren. Anarchy McLaren Westwood Gang. Submit review. Want to see. Anarchy McLaren Westwood Gang Quotes. There are no approved quotes yet for this movie. Movie & TV guides. Artist: Phil Strongman. Sleeve Grading: New. Title: Anarchy McLaren Westwood Gang. CountryRegion of McLaren Westwood Gang. Last shown Sat 24 Sep 2016 at . Part of: Punk at 40. 15 Directed by Phil Strongman. In this engaging documentary, writer and punk veteran Phil Strongman explores the notion of Malcolm McLaren as the great architect of British punk, from the music scene he encouraged and the clothes he designed and sold with Vivienne Westwood, to the roots of punk philosophy in the 1960s. Film information. Anarchy The McLaren Westwood Gang is about so much more than the short lived punk phenomenon and explores the notion of Malcolm McLaren as the great architect of British Punk. Three films in one: its a history of European Anarchism a biog of McLaren and a compelling exposéof the real birth of the Sex Pistols with contributions from The Clash, 101ers, Bow Wow Wow, Adam Ant, Boy George, Don Letts, Tony Wilson, Tracey Emin, Stuart Christie, Nick Egan, Vivienne Westwood. This screening is almost 40 years to the day since the original punk 100 Club shows on 20th, 21st September 1976 that defined the whole punk generation. Signed postcard by film director Phil Strongman. A poster and Anarchy page book with an easy by Barry Cain who interviewed Malcolm many of the above contained in a deluxe Seven inch square box. 2 DVD set featuring the film and a disc of extras including the last ever filmed interview with Malcolm McLaren. 7 inch vinyl single one side Malcolm talking, the other music from the film. A poster and Anarchy