You are most welcome.This is a well done documentary. I really enjoyed re-watching this just now! Thanks, @aeon
It was a rewatch for me as well, but I considered a couple of things this time...
Did I love that time and scene and the music because:
1. it was a bunch of introverted intuitives letting it all hang out in grand style?
2. at best, the timbral textures were explorations well and truly novel, so my Ne was spasming?
3. the gender neutrality of the bands appealed to my (at that time) unrecognized lack of gender, and they presented equity and equality without making a point of it...because it was authentic?
Iʼll just add that as producer-mixers go, I think Alan Moulder is a magician and I know of no one with his gift and skill for texture.
From the film, Iʼve seen the following live:
Cocteau Twins, The Jesus and Mary Chain, My Bloody Valentine, Ride, Slowdive, Lush, Curve, Swervedriver, Pale Saints, Seefeel, and Catherine Wheel.
While it lasted, it burned so very brightly.
Best to You,