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    Get Loud

    Stories and antics of four local rock bands.

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    Get Loud

    Directed by Christopher Boyd 2012 48 min
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    This documentary is about the hardships and interesting stories of four local bands of Augusta, Georgia: False Flag, The Atom Blonde, Artemia, and Stillview. It also touches on one of the most influential bands to ever come from Augusta: DieAgnostic.

    Thank you to all the bands that made this possible and thank you to Patrick Summy the band manager.
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    Get Loud

    This documentary is about the hardships and interesting stories of four local bands of Augusta, Georgia: False Flag, The Atom Blonde, Artemia, and Stillview. It also touches on one of the most influential bands to ever come from Augusta: DieAgnostic.

    Thank you to all the bands that made this possible and thank you to Patrick Summy the band manager.

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