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Talihina Sky: The Story Of the Kings Of Leon Blu-ray
Posted July 31, 2011 09:47 PM by Webmaster
British distributors Revolver Entertainment have revealed that they are preparing a Blu-ray release of Stephen C. Mitchell's documentary Talihina Sky: The Story Of the Kings Of Leon (2011). Earlier this year, the film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon is a unique insight into one of the biggest bands on the planet. Now a global phenomenon, the film charts their humble beginnings in the deep South, struggling with the grasp of God and the pleasures of the Devil through alcohol, recreational drugs and most importantly, the rock n' roll that would make them superstars, to signing a record deal and selling out stadiums worldwide.
Featuring interviews with the full band – Caleb, Nathan, Jared, and Matthew Followill, plus exclusive footage of other family members and influential figures in the band's lives and career - this is the first time their tremendous journey has been documented.
A must-see for fans and non-fans alike, Talihina Sky is the definitive story of the Kings of Leon, told in their own words.
Great band. People shouldn't dismiss them based on the overplayed "Sex on Fire" and "Use Somebody" alone. They've released a handful of great albums, especially Youth & Young Manhood and Because of the Times. I have a ticket to see them live on August 9th.
I hope a Blu-ray is released in the U.S. I'd definitely buy it.
Indeed, Holmes....in fact, many Kings of Leon "fans" may be shocked to discover that Sex on Fire wasn't their first single. It was amazing, in 2008, the number of people who came up to me asking if I'd heard this "new band" yet.
I first heard Kings of Leon in 2003, when Red Morning Light was featured on the soundtrack of FIFA 2004, of all things. Kind of the last place you'd expect to hear Southern Rock. That game had quite possibly the best soundtrack of any video game ever. Track list --> http://music.ign.com/articles/438/438024p1.html