The Devil's In The Details, Volume 1Streaming Video - 2013
This romp through the last 30 years of Meatdom traces the origins of the most bombastic, purely sophomoric punk band of pranksters ever to pounce on an unsuspecting public. Led by prankster provocateur Tesco Vee, The Meatmen were one of the Midwest's first and most infamous hardcore punk bands, playing speedy, pile-driver songs with aggressively offensive lyrics such as "I'm Glad I'm Not a Girl," "Mr. Tapeworm," and "I Sin for a Living." Vee, drum major in the squadron of doom, leads the manic maelstrom of hate-filled fun and frolic with live footage from 1979 - 2007's Tesco on TV, and more mindless moronic mayhem. This video includes animated comedy segments; Vee's toy collection; the debut episode of his short-lived MTV series Way USA; a VH1: Behind the Music parody; and a glimpse of life at home with Vee and his family.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c2008
Characteristics: 1 streaming video file (180 min.) :,sd., col
Alternative Title: Devil's in the Details, Volume 1