Rock is Dead?

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During the 1960s, 1970s, and even the 1980s, rock was the dominant form of popular music. With bands like the Beatles, Queen, the Rolling Stones, Metallica, Aerosmith, and more, rock had its place on the top.

But rock is slowly declining. It remained a force until the late 1990s. But since then, disco music and other forms of popular music have taken over.

This documentary features musicians and producers from famous rock bands like KISS, Nirvana, Scorpions, and more. They talk about the decline of rock. And most importantly, can rock be revived as the dominant form of popular music?

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