When you think about it, 1991 was a pretty remarkable time in music. Nirvana released Nevermind. Pearl Jam came out with Ten. Soundgarden issued Badmotorfinger.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers finally broke through with Bloodsugarsexmagick. Metallica’s black album. Achtung Baby and the whole Zoo-TV concept from U2.
The first-ever Lollapalooza tour. See what I mean? That’s why it’s probably good to find the reissue of a documentary called 1991: The Year Punk Broke by filmmaker Dave Markey. It features a lot of retro goodness: Sonic Youth, the Ramones, Nirvana, Mudhoney and more.
This new edition features new commentary by members of Sonic Youth along with a 42-minute bonus film called (This Is Known As) The Blue Scale. Good stuff if you’re into that era of rock.
The 20th anniversary release of 1991: The Year That Punk Broke is available now.
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