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The viewer witnesses the pure joy of creating, and the genuine love the men exhibit in collaboration.
Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton left me wanting a little more substance and perhaps a little less fan service.
...it's difficult to ascertain what the film has to say about underground hip-hop, or music in general, beyond showcasing the compelling independent artists at Stones Throw.
Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton, the solid, great-sounding new documentary on this essential fixture of independent hip-hop, has an unmistakably melancholy air.
Jeff Broadway's excellent new documentary, Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton, skillfully and artfully tells the Stone Throw story as it reaches some great heights and sinks to some deep lows.
This is aimed at the faithful rather than casual music fans, but the evangelical fervour shines through.
It would be nicer to hear more about the business side of things, but the passion shown by the participants is infectious.
For all its flaws, Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton (a reference to Public Enemy's Miuzi Weighs a Ton) is a rare tour of the other side of the tracks.
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