i agree with beats on the 10 year thing....i think kurt cobain shooting himself was the beginning of the end for rock & roll...it was completely dead by the early 2000's. (just talking mainstream) i think the white stripes/jack white and foo fighters of course are the exception.
as far as my thoughts about the movie, kind of bashing computer music/production. dave grohl has been extremely vocal about that. there is probably a good chance i was exaggerating how much bashing they were doing. i just like dave grohl, and by the end of the movie, i felt kind of like shit, that i record/play music primarily with a computer....and that i have never used a neve board. i felt like i, as a computer musician, was being judged.
i like trent reznor too...that guy is a phenomenal musician. though i didn't realize he did so much shit talking....i know he talked some smack about manson and courtney love..those guys definitely deserve it though.
im not sure....he was rocking a bunch of native instruments stuff there, wasn't he?
i dug all of the celebrity jam stuff too. stevie nicks, is amazing!! probably my favorite female vocalist ALL TIME! even the paul mccartney stuff (recorded) sounded pretty awesome..(i poo pooed it when they played 12 12 12 and on SNL.)
oh about the neve board...not sure if you guys are interested, and not to spam it up, if you are in portland, the studio i mentioned earlier, JACKPOT RECORDING STUDIOS http://jackpotrecording.com/equipment/
...those dudes are rocking a neve. its 300$ a day (a full 24 hour day) if you know what you are doing, they will hand you the keys to the studio, and roll out. oh they also have one of those emt plate reverbs...not a plug in, like the real deal. if you ever want to rock a real studio. that place is really cool. plus i live about a block away, we can go grab a veggie burrito, or jam out or something.