Sex, drugs and rock n roll were their motto, living life to the max and mad for it every step of the way. Funny moments are a plenty in this documentary, even if it’s laughing at some questionable fashion and hairstyles from the band, or any of Liam’s or Noel’s various quips and jokes throughout the programme.
The documentary shows some great footage of their early shows and even practising songs in what looks to be a garage or lock-up of some kind. Recording studio footage is also incredible to see as we see Liam in the studio recording Champagne Supernova and instantly the nolstagia comes racing back and as a fan, you can’t help but admire the talent of Noel’s writing and Liam’s signature sound.
Whitehouse claimed that Supersonic could have been several hours long, and I kind of wish it had been, a full box-set of history to really dwell into the band and all of their history rather than going over it with a fine toothcomb and fishing out common knowledge.
SUPERSONIC is available on Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Download October 31.