KISS: Glitter Rock (04:31)
Kiss performs "C'mon and Love Me" live in this opening segment. Watch as Alice Cooper is "hanged" on stage.
David Bowie: Rock Star Archetype (02:10)
Bowie discusses rock'n roll and jazz. Watch as he performs "Ziggy Stardust" live.
A New Organized Rock Show (03:48)
Tull performs "Minstrel in the Gallery" live. Davis discusses the business side of glitter rock. Anderson comments on the new organized style of rock.
Perfecting the Presentation (05:23)
Tull compares his style with Bowie's. Moon performs "Do Me Good." Kirshner claims that "the name of the game is promoting your product."
Elton John: Escapist Music (04:02)
John's song "Your Song" plays in the background while images that display his fame are displayed. John plays "Pinball Wizard" live.
Roxy Music: A Triumph of Artifice (05:52)
Roxy Music performs "Sea Breezes" live. Bangs argues Roxy Music is a "triumph of artifice" and describes his first meeting with Ferry. Ferry discusses his musical style.
Theatricality in Rock (04:14)
Bangs critiques musical groups attempting to merge styles. Emerson, Lake, and Palmer perform live. Reddy performs "Angie Baby."
Anti-intellectualism in Rock (04:19)
Davis discusses what its like to work with artists. Glitter performs "Hello! Hello! I'm Back Again" as Bangs critiques anti-intellectualism in rock.
Repackaging Rock (03:21)
Labelle performs "Lady Marmalade" live as Bangs comments on the repackaging of music as a "self-indulgent" act.
Eric Clapton (09:55)
Clapton describes how he thought of himself as a rock star. Cream performs live at the Farewell Concert in 1968. Bangs discounts the "amazing achievement" of Clapton's sobriety.
Bob Marley (01:55)
Marley and the Wailers perform "Lively Up Yourself" live as Bangs argues that glitter rock is disposable.
Credits: Whatever Gets You Through the Night: Glitter Rock—All You Need Is Love: A History of Popular Music (02:00)
Credits: Whatever Gets You Through the Night: Glitter Rock—All You Need Is Love: A History of Popular Music
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