This documentary chronicles the history of punk rock.
'The Smiths' former vocalist, Morrissey, performs 'People Are the Same Everywhere.'
The New York Times shares Mitt Romney's revised election odds, Russia dedicates the North Pole to itself, Mitt cautions Iran, and Morrissey detests the British Monarchy.
Indie rocker Morrissey performs 'I'm Throwing My Arms Around Paris' from his 2009 album, 'Years of Refusal.'
Russia sets its sights on the North Pole, Mitt Romney sends a warning to Iran, and music legend Morrissey stands up for animals.
In the face of Mitt Romney starting to run for president, President Obama reveals his desperation during a California fundraiser.
Greenland officials see through China's sudden interest in their country, and Russia makes its holy mark on the North Pole.
Mitt Romney proves he knows what Americans want in international relations: a few extra wars in Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and Libya.
The former lead singer of 'The Smiths' talks about the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, radical vegetarianism and his song 'Meat Is Murder.'
Arthur Kane of the legendary band the New York Dolls rockets to the top of the glam rock scene.
Morrissey discusses his upcoming tour and plays a song in the studio.
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