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" The Lone Rangers, want the airwaves tonight! A up and coming rock band wanting to hit the big time, takes over a radio station, in hopes of getting their music demo played. But however, there is also the police waiting outside and The Lone Rangers’s next gig could be behind bars. Lemmy Kilmeister, White Zombie, and the voice of Mike Judge also make heavy cameos! Critics where way harsh, man. And the film barely made enough to cover the costs of the concert."
"Re-watch - Dec. 31st I wanted to end the year with something fun, and originally I was just going to watch this and call it a night. But I got an early enough start that I wound up pairing it with another fun film, which allowed me to send off the year on a positive note. As a long-time fan of metal/rock music and one-time aspiring musician, this film just hits too many of the right places for me to dislike it. I don't think I've seen it in the past 15 years, so I was definitely overdue to revi"
" Directed by: Michael Lehmann Produced by: Todd R. Baker, Mark Burg, Ira Shuman, and Robert Simonds Written by: Rich Wilkes Cinematography: John Schwartzman Edited by: Stephen Semel Music by: Carter Burrell Distributed by: 20th Century Fox"
"2007: 787 2006: 727 2005: 673 2004: 610 2003: 523 2002: 501 2001: 496 2000: 466 1999: 423 1998: 351 1997: 316 1996: 314 1995: 266 "
" No. Title Writer(s) Performed by Length 1. "Born to Raise Hell" Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister Motörhead with Ice-T and Whitfield Crane 4:57 2. "I'm The One" Eddie Van Halen, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony, David Lee Roth 4 Non Blondes 3:58 3. "Feed the Gods" Lyrics: Rob Zombie; Music: White Zombie White Zombie 4:05 4. "No Way Out" Jesse Malin, Richard Bacchus, Howard Kusten DGeneration 4:26 5. "Bastardizing Jellikit" Lyrics: Les Claypool; Music: Primus Primus 4:11 6. "London""
"(Originally watched on television, sometime in the late 1990's or early 2000's) Pros: Pretty good cast (more or less); very "90's" in a mildly amusing way (enough for me to grant it an extra half-star); most of the scenes take place inside a radio station (and because I've worked at radio stations, I can "relate"). Cons: Extremely dumb overall; characters are obnoxious and not very likable -- ESPECIALLY not Amy Locane's character "Kayla", who's beyond grating, and practically abusive to her st"