Danger Boys: Punks in Osaka

Tagline : The Only Way To Experience The Scene Without Leaving Your Country!

Runtime : 47 mins

Genre : Documentary Music Comedy


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Plot : A look inside the underground punk rock scene in Osaka, Japan. With live concert footage from SK8NIKS, Flat Sucks, PiPi, By-Pass, Low Card de la morte, C.W. and more.

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