#1
I've seen:

Behind The Music: Metallica
Behind The Music: Pantera
" ": Megadeth
Almost Famous
The Wall
Tommy
This Is Spinal Tap

and quite a few others.

Any other major band (ie Soundgarden, Tool, FNM) documentaries that would be online?
#2
The Wall, a rockumentary? ...


wat?


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#3
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The Wall, a rockumentary? ...


Well, what I mean is rock-oriented movies...
#4
Heavy metal - Louder than life
Flight 666
A heavy metal journey


all these are great, espescially Louder than life.
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#5
A Tool documentary would be cool, but might be kind of hard to make, considering that there's absolutely no concert footage...
#6
I was watching The Story of Anvil last night, good film. Also, Metal: A Headbanger's Journey and Global Metal (Both by Sam Dunn) are good films.
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The Song Remains The Same could count.


Seen it, and nice name.
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#13
Tommy=/= 'rockumentary', it's a rock opera.
For The Who, you need to see The Kids are Alright, or as the guy way up there ^ said, Maximum R'n'B
#15
Metal: a headbanger's journey
Global metal
Anvil; the story of anvil
The decline of western civilisation (all of them)
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#16
Also, Some Kind of Monster. Nothing like seeing Hetfield have a tantrum and go around slamming doors.
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#17
Metal: A Headbanger's Journey is the best documentary ever. Not only does it make you feel very proud to be a metal head but the interview with Gaahl from Gorgoroth is possibly the funniest thing I've ever seen. YouTube it.
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Metal: A Headbanger's Journey is the best documentary ever. Not only does it make you feel very proud to be a metal head but the interview with Gaahl from Gorgoroth is possibly the funniest thing I've ever seen. YouTube it.

I see your Gaahl interview and raise you a Mayhem interview.
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#19
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I see your Gaahl interview and raise you a Mayhem interview.



Aaaah classic. "What??! Who said that?! Fuck them! Did you say that? Fuck you!"

Still think Gaahl's funnier.

It's just amazing

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#20
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Aaaah classic. "What??! Who said that?! Fuck them! Did you say that? Fuck you!"

Still think Gaahl's funnier.

It's just amazing

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The bit while Ronnie's talking in this bit cements that Mayhem interview as my favourite.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWG0oqvlX68
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#21
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VK-IB3e_glc

Grunge documentary, there you go.

For AIC there is a King 5 documentary on them. Then there's Seattle: The Grunge Years.
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#23
Flight 666 is amazing, and pretty much all the live maiden dvds have doco aspects to them.