- SKU: 8166487
- Release Date: 11/21/2006
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- "Peking Spring" from the Space, Boston MA 1979
- "This Is Not a Photograph" from the Paradise, Boston MA 1981
- 6 live perfomances from the 2002 Inexplicable Tour
- Archival live performances
- Feature "Not a Photograph - The Mission of Burma Story" (70 Min)
- In-studio footage from the onoffon recording sessions
- The moving parts - "Max Ernst" from the Boston Film/Video Foundation, 1978
- WBZ-CBS local news segment, 1983
Originally formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1982, seminal post-punk band Mission of Burma performed music that was perhaps too far ahead of their time for their own good. Adored by critics and loved by their small but loyal fan-base, the band was around for a mere three years before calling it quits. In this release, filmmakers pay a visit to the band as they prepare to see their early trials vindicated with a 2002 reunion that would seek to add a new chapter to the book many rock and roll historians had long since closed. With early footage from the dawn of the post-punk movement and clips of the band as they struggle to recapture the musical magic of their youth just one more time, this definitive look at Mission of Burma will be something that every fan will want to have in their personal music collection. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi