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Sage Francis
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A couple changes have been made to the DVD already.

Had to remove one thing and add a couple others.


It is about 2 hours long. I had to take out a lot of material to bring it down to these two hours to make it a good mix of life moments and career moments. This thing is jam packed with outrageous and interesting footage. Much thanks to everyone who helped me out with this.

I plan on having it available in October for the start of the Knowmore.org Tour. If you are unable to pick it up at a show, we will be doing mail outs through the store at sagefrancis.net as soon as we have them available. Details will be posted on the site as soon as possible.

The store will be up and running. We will accept paypal even though I hate it. Money Orders are preferred, but we'll cross that bridge when we get to it, eh?


Strange Famous Records presents:

Sage Francis
"Life is Easy"
1968-2005



Main Menu:

1992 "Run Come Follow Me" (feat Ams Uno)

Intro Interview

Roller Skater Depression

Welcome to the Broccoli Cock (Rock the Bells 2004)

Escape Artist Video

Francis Says, Scribble Jam 2004

Tolerance Level Montage

Anticon All Stars in Europe

Headcase Live interview

Slam Battle

Sex Problems interview

Specialist Live

A Day in the Life

I Blame You interview

Sled!

Dance Monkey Reanimator Remix video

Hi, I'm Joe Beats

The Cure montage

"That Ain't Right" spoken word live

Sage vs Sole 2003

Sea Lion Reanimator Remix video

Lou Kang Wins

Poster Board Montage

After 9/11 interview

American Psychopath

Makeshift Patriot Live



Extra Features:

Dance Battle (I challenge a dance crazed intern in the Epitaph parking lot. Two full rounds of body rocking)

Live Band Dead Poet show (w/ Gruvis Malt) at Abbey Pub 2003

Rewrite (50 ways to dis your ex-lover)
Crack Pipes
What's Your Name?
Mourning Aftermath
Inherited Scars
Climb Trees
Black Sweatshirt
Whore Monger
My Name is Strange


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Post Tue Aug 30, 2005 10:26 pm
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Sage Francis
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1992 "Run Come Follow Me" (feat Ams Uno) at the Atrium in Providence, RI

Intro interview footage shot by Jarrod Miller

Roller Skating video shot by Grandma Uni, interview audio captured and provided by Mark Plutynski, music provided by Joe Beats for Senor Ignacio Publishing (ASCAP)

Rock the Bells 2004 footage shot by Mike Puretz

Escape Artist video directed by Ramon and Pedro www.ramonandpedro.com Sage Francis Publishing (ASCAP), Goth-hop is Dead Music(BMI)

"Francis Says" performance footage shot at Scribble Jam 2004, provided by Scribble Jam www.scribblemagazine.com

Back to School in Black Face interview, Tolerance Level montage, Anticon All Stars in Europe featuring Sole, Dose, Jel and Dax shot, directed and edited by Mark Plutynski, music provided by Non-Prophets for Sage Francis Publishing (ASCAP) and Senor Ignacio Publishing (ASCAP)

Headcase Live show footage and interview provided by Jon Julio

Slam Battle shot at 2003 National Poetry Slam

Sex interview shot by Jarrod Miller

Specialist live in Newport Beach featuring Gruvis Malt shot, edited and directed by Mark Plutynski (Sage Francis Publishing)

"A Day in the Life" segment Directed by David Schiliro. Edited by Niko Plaitakis.
©Visual Mercenary Group 2002. visualmercenary.com

I Blame You interview shot by Jarrod Miller

Sled footage featuring Sentence and friends shot by Slug

Dance Monkey remix (produced by Reanimator) montage edited by Sage Francis and Curtis Bettencourt (Sage Francis Publishing) featuring footage shot by Nick Deamer, Julian Picaza and others

Lets Go Find a Cat live in Providence featuring Grand Buffet, Mac Lethal, Joe Beats, Tom Inhaler and Gruvis Malt shot and "Camera that Shit" shot by Nick Deamer

"Camera that shit" shot by Nick Deamer

Joe Beats image made by Hiphopapotamus

Joe Beats "Punch in the Face" interview shot by Nick Deamer

Joe Beats montage shot by Nobbs

Joe Beats Falls Off Stage shot by Chicago Producers

"If the Camera was Always On" interview and The Cure montage, That Ain't Right spoken word (shot by Kristin English,) Woman is the New Gay interview, Sole battle shot, edited and directed by Mark Plutynski. Music provided by Non-Prophets for Sage Francis Publishing (ASCAP) and Senor Ignacio Publishing (ASCAP)

Parents Just Don't Understand filmed at some street studio

Sea Lion Reanimator Remix feat. Will Oldham shot and directed by twigg www.twigg.ca
Sage Francis Publishing (ASCAP) and Royal Stable Music (ASCAP)

Lou Kang Wins footage features Jared Paul shot by Kara Healey

1984 USA punk shot by Grandma Uni, audio provided by Jarrod Miller


Red Shirt interview and Poster Board montage shot, edited and directed by Mark Plutynski, music provided by Joe Beats for Senor Ignacio Music (ASCAP)

I Didn't Cash in on Shit interview shot by Non-Profits for their After 9/11 documentary

Makeshift Patriot live (feat Sol.iLLaquists of Sound and Tom Inhaler) shot by Robert A. Clift,edited by Curtis Bettencourt, Sage Francis Publishing (ASCAP)

American Psycho shot by Naython Vane and Mark Plutynski, edited and directed by Mark Plutynski

Sage Francis featuring Gruvis Malt "Live at the Abbey Pub 2003" in Chicago shot, directed and edited by Chicago Producers Inc

Dance Off in the Epitaph Parking Lot featuring Haggop shot by Matt McGreevey and edited by Matt McGreevey


Executive Producer: Sage Francis

Overall project edited by Sage Francis with the exra special help of Curtis Bettencourt

Intro graphics provided by Patrick Scruggs

DVD Authored by Christian (fill in last name haha) at Dub-it www.dub-it.com

Thanks to my family and friends, anticon, Lex, MF Shalem B, Chris Warren, Joe Beats, Gruvis Malt, Sol.iLLaquists of Sound and all the people who appear on the videos or provided the videos/music to me.

Extra special thanks to Epitaph, Jolene and Curtis for helping me out with all of this.

if your appropriate credits are not listed its because they got lost in the muck and we'd really appreciate your help in identifying the proper info for inclusion in a future pressing.


love you so much,

Sage Francis

STRANGE FAMOUS RECORDS


www.SAGEFRANCIS.NET
www.knowmore.org
strangefamous at gmail.com

Sage Francis
PO Box 2509
Providence, RI
02906


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Post Tue Aug 30, 2005 10:31 pm
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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$20 bucks?

have you thought about a special bundle (discount) price for those that purchase the
DVD
live CD
and new sick cd?
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:30 am
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yeah, I would be down for that.
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:32 am
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PHIL LACIO AKA P DAWG
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Sage Francis wrote:
yeah, I would be down for that.


DVD $20
Cd's 10 each

purchase all 3 save 5 bucks?
$35 bucks total?

what ya say? or bump the dvd up to $25 and make the bundle $40

perhaps I will apply to be your marketing guru
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:52 am
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This is pretty awesome, I am really excited for this dvd.
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 7:15 am
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Im down for a copy of this. I'll snatch it from ya at the Knitting Factory. Have it autographed and if possible, put some lipstick on and give it a big fat kiss.
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 7:43 am
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Those prices are reasonable.
-PHiZ
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Sage, will this be released on the epitaph site for ordering with a credit card?
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 8:52 pm
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Sage Francis
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Epitaph has actually just picked this up. It will be a dual release between Strange Famous Records and Epitaph. So it will be available on their site but not til after the tour.
Post Wed Aug 31, 2005 9:05 pm
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Maybe I was confused before, but does this mean your whole Rock the Bells 2004 set is not included?

Just the one scene?
Post Thu Sep 01, 2005 4:43 pm
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a couple scenes. the sound is horrible though, which is why we couldn't use much from it. Just the important parts.
Post Fri Sep 02, 2005 12:27 am
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Ill be picking this up at the Knitting Factory as well....not like it will determine whether or not I buy but is the DVD professionally manufactured?....or is it the DVDs with the different color on the data side?

I know this isnt the thread but to save time and space, how bout the live CD and the still sickly business CD?

Thanks
Post Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:17 pm
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they will all be mastered and professionally manufactured.

The other sick CDs have been professionally manfactured for the past 4 or 5 years, but none of them were ever mastered.
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Are you going to the same engineer who mastered a healthy distrust? He did a really good job.
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