Watched it twice this weekend. Pretty thorough now and then timeline. Some cool old footage that I'd never seen before, especially how they met, started, and got signed at like 17/18 years old. How they were accepted into the punk scene early on,etc. To me, the time period after the release of "Reality of My Surroundings" leading up to " Give a Monkey a Brain" ...was Fishbone at their musical peak (Early 90s) and they show that ascension well. They also explain the Kendall Jones mind collapse and attempted cult extraction in more depth than I knew. Dude was wacked for a while. I will admit, the level of quality that Sam Dunn & Co. have done with Metal Evolution, Beyond the Lighted Stage, Flight 666....has made every one else appear a bit more amateur, and you'll get that feeling watching this Fishbone doc, but it's still well done, and certainly worth a watch if your a fan....which I was in a huge way from the first EP up to Chim Chim. Probably saw them 12-13 times between Philly & NYC from around '91 to '96ish.
Video for the bone at their heaviest:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59_FivvLXgA