FULL CIRCLE REVIEWED“Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust” is an over four hour long look at how the 90s industrial band made its name. I can’t remember the last time that I’ve seen a rock documentary that was this thorough. Hell, I don’t think Scorsese’s projects on Bob Dylan and George Harrison went this in-depth. But over two discs, even non-fans get to learn about what made Circle of Dust special. It’s not like I’m going to run out and buy their albums. However, I appreciate what they are laying down and want to learn more about them. Check out the second disc for some VHS bootlegs and music videos. That really entertained me.
- Argyle Park: Misguided (Mini-Documentary)
- Making The Music: The Gear & Production of Circle of Dust (Mini-Documentary)
- Circle of Dust Live: VHS Bootlegs (90 Minutes of Live Video)
- 5 Music Videos
- 6 Lyric Videos
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 9/21/18
The Plot Thus Far
The untold story of the essential, genre-defying ’90s industrial project Circle of Dust. Explore the early career of visionary artist, composer, musician and producer Klayton, who would later gain recognition for his category transcending project Celldweller. Assembled from over 30 interviews and dozens of hours of VHS footage from Klayton’s personal archive, get access to never-before-released videos & stories on the history of Circle of Dust. Journey back to Circle of Dust’s inception, the signing of Klayton’s first record deal, assembly of a live band, subsequent legal battles and eventual dissolution of Circle of Dust in 1998, to the formation and independent success of Celldweller. The story ultimately comes full circle, with the resurrection of Circle of Dust in 2015. Descend into the history of Circle of Dust, spanning over two decades, for an exclusive behind the scenes look at each album, starting with the debut Self-Titled album (1992/1995), Brainchild (1992/1994), Metamorphosis remix album (1993) and Disengage (1998), culminating with Machines of Our Disgrace (2016). With over 2.5 hours of bonus footage, including live VHS bootlegs, a mini-documentary featuring Klayton’s collaborative side project Argyle Park, an in-studio expose on the gear and production of Circle of Dust, lyric and music videos, Full Circle is a testament to Klayton’s enduring vision, creativity, and persistence.
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