TV Party: The Documentary

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When the power of punk merges with the creative freedom offered by public access television, the programming that follows is sure to turn viewers on to a whole new lifestyle. Now the show that changed the way hip New Yorkers looked at television in the late '70s is back with a vengeance as Glenn O'Brien's TV Party gets ushered into the new millennium along with a little help from old friends Iggy Pop, George Clinton, David Bowie, Mick Jones, and a whole host of the hottest cutting-edge musicians of the era. Co-hosted by O'Brien and Blondie guitarist Chris Stein, TV Party proved that music television doesn't have to cater to the hottest pop sensation of tastiest flavor of the week to make for compelling viewing.

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