Aug 22, 2009

of rolling stones' banned documentary leaked online

Stones' banned documentary leaked online: The Rolling Stones' banned 1972 documentary, Cocksucker Blues, has been leaked online.


Photo via FlavorWire
The rockers commissioned the film to be shot during their 1972 US tour, but they placed a ban on the content because it included various rock and roll antics, including footage of them drug taking, they decided fans shouldn't see.

The band placed a court order on the film, insisting it could only be legally screened when the director of the movie, photographer Robert Frank, was present.

But the shocking documentary was posted on FlavorWire.com's blog on Wednesday.

Guitarist Keith Richards once said about the picture, "If anyone in America saw it, we’d never be let in the country again."
See the video and still images at FlavorWire.

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