Film producer Edward Sampson and director Kent Broderick have to come toether to bring the extraordinary story the record label Army Of DJs as a documentary From the begining in the 1980's before mp3 and CD's where there. The record label was created by Kent Broderick and Harry Duncan – both self confessed music fanatics and with most of the music been released through the net. The documentary begins with Kent’s involvement in the industry going back to the first licensed release of Exudes parody of “Girls Just want To have Fun” retitled “Boys Just Want To have Sex” and problems associated the release and the decision release “Safe With You”. This includes behind the scenes footage of the video clip for the song along a interview with group back in 1988 and a up todate interview with Frank Rogala and Robin Canada from the group as well as Dan Lebanthal who worked as producer on the clip who has since gone on to edit major films such as Iron Man and Thor.
The Documentary then moves onto Kent’s next project which was a compilation of TV themes. This would take 2 years to complete due to licensing restrictions and the resultant spin of single “Ramjet ‘96” based on the cartoon character “Roger Ramjet”. This segment includes out takes and never used footage from the original clip as well as interviews with Adrian Lucchese and Kent Broderick from Out Of Order plus session singer Billy Lofton. Also will include interview with Josh Laws who worked on the artwork for the original release and his connection Kent.
Added interview footage includes interview with Armondo Hurley for the Duke Of Earl single release and the remix and Keren Minshull for the recording of “Single Bed”. Keren was also recording for the group “Euphoria” who had hits such as “Love You Right” and “One In A Million”.
We then move forward to the next release “Channel Surfing” with interviews with Dan Murphy and Jason de Wilde who worked on the Sesame Street Theme track as well as scenes from the music clip.
Moving forward a few years the Documentary moves forward to the “Down Under 2011” release with interviews with I Am Sam who remixed the track and Michael Patrick who appeared in the clip.
The interview with I am Sam also covers the remix of “Boys Just Want To Have Sex” for Army Of DJs and Harry Duncan as co creator of the Army Of DJs.
The Documentary as lightly covers future plans and ideas for Army Of DJs as well current projects.
The main point of the clip is the idea, the interesting history along with the good and bad through to the present with message – persist and you will succeed.