Interlaced with the band's lyrical manifestos, footage of the band performing live (and heckling dickheads in their crowd), plus extensive shots of Ian MacKaye wearing a variety of fabulous hats, Instrument explains and traces the history of Fugazi and their place in hardcore's timeline. The atmosphere is tense and exciting, but dour and troubling -- kinda like their music.
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9/10 Jack Customer review, 19th January 2015
I'm not going to explain Fugazi to you, if you're reading this you probably already love them. So, on to the DVD. It's a documentary, by Jem Cohen, who collaborated with the band since 1987. You get plenty of live footage, studio stuff, outtakes, touring moments, and a mass of interviews that NAIL exactly what Fugazi is all about. Well, worth this Fugazi fan's money, and well worth yours too. I can't say that about many other bands. It is amazing how this film brought so much intense emotion to Fugazi's music with slow motion, silences, and the use of text through out the film.
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