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Seattle Weekly Lists 10 "Grittiest" Rock Docs On Netflix

Seattle Weekly Lists 10 "Grittiest" Rock Docs On Netflix

If you're a music fan with access to Netflix streaming, chances are you've already queued up a few rock documentaries by now. But chances are you've also found so many docs on there that you don't know which ones are actually worth something. Thankfully, Seattle Weekly has got your back.

A new blog post from writer Julia Mullen Gordon titled "The 10 Grittiest Rock Docs on Netflix" lists 10 films that "will scratch your rockumentary itch." Check out the ranking below and go here for trailers and commentary.

10. Kill Your Idols (Various New York alt-rock bands)
9. We Jam Econo: The Story of the Minutemen
8. Hit So Hard (Hole drummer Patty Schemel)
7. Fela Kuti: Music Is the Weapon
6. Heavy Metal in Baghdad (Iraqi metal band Acrassicauda)
5. Stones in Exile (The making of the Rolling Stones' Exile on Main St.)
4. You're Gonna Miss Me (Roky Erickson)
3. No Direction Home (Bob Dylan)
2. Last Days Here (Pentagram's Bobby Liebling)
1. Anvil! The Story of Anvil

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