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Rust Never Sleeps in White

Rust Never Sleeps in White

Neil Young was one of the few musicians from the 60s who wholeheartedly embraced the spirit of punk and new wave of the late 70s. Young crossed paths with Devo, the robotic and industrial strength band leading the new wave brigade. It was from them that he heard the phrase, “rust never sleeps.” Young started to conceptualize a “concert fantasy” movie and what he created was part documentary, part fantasy. Young’s “Road Eyes” (roadies) scramble the stage like Jawas, dressed in hooded robes with glowing eyes, struggling to raise a giant microphone as a cacophony of footsteps, blares over the P.A. Once the stage is empty and overflowing with enlarged road cases, Young appears, kneeling on top of a gigantic amplifier singing “Sugar Mountain.” It only gets weirder from there.

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