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Vinyl (2012)


Based on true events. When a new record by an old band is turned down by ageist record companies, the veteran punk band assemble a group of youngsters to stand in for them, and fool the music industry.

Vinyl (2012)

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Released Year: 2012
Runtime: 85 minutes
Genre: Comedy
Directors: Sara Sugarman
IMDB: Vinyl (2012)

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Based on true events. When a new record by an old band is turned down by ageist record companies, the veteran punk band assemble a group of youngsters to stand in for them, and fool the music industry.

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