Born To Be Romantic (Interest 3 of 3) «1980's Welcome To The Jungle» The Outstanding Age of American Daze BBCFour telecast Friday January 24 2014. BBCFour (DVB-C Virgin Tivo)>LG withdraw a symbolize alone DVD rec>PC>Fully authored using Magix MEP. A documentary split into 12 chapters. Run space: &#151; 00:59:59 Some words from the BBC: The irrevocable interest explores the 1980s and the last demise of the outstanding era of American daze. The creation of the decade saw the momentary go uphill of MTV which utterly changed the view of daze music. From Los Angeles, a new daze about emerged of fete-anthem pop-metal, couturiere-made for the visual everyday of TV. Bands like Van Halen, Motley Crue and Canker sported staid bring about-up, showy clothes and gargantuan ringlets while singing songs of sex, partying, drinking and drugs. The other side of American mainstream daze attempted to the societal and partisan issues of the space. John Mellencamp, Tom Small-Time and Bruce Springsteen all produced a hippodrome daze that appealed to the nation's risqu-collar workers. Their music filled arenas, but was anybody really listening to the message? As the decade moved on, MTV laying open in a beeline translated to commercial profit and soon the hugely predominant pop-metal &#151; dubbed Ringlets Metal by its critics &#151; was saturating the exchange. Power ballads, big choruses and even bigger ringlets were the command of the day, with the enthusiastically marketable Bon Jovi prime the peck. Guns N' Roses saw themselves as the antithesis to what they considered sham resistance, effeminate-daze hogwash. But, as we originate, even they became neutralised by the commercialisation of the daze hustle. The documentary ends in the advanced 90s with the development of Nirvana and grunge, which wiped away the narcissistic, sexist and highfalutin music pattern American daze had grown into. However, it was fundamentally another species of pop music that really replaced the outstanding age of daze, producing the big personalities the daze about could no longer take measures. GSpot Says: DVD VOB form MPEG &#151; 2Program Forth << (1 vid, 1 aud) Sys Bitrate 10080 kb/s VBR 8614 kbps I/L TFF PAL 16:9 AC3 0xbd(0x80):48000Hz 384 kb/s tot. stereo (2/0) Simulate It CLAMOROUS! From