Mott The Hoople: Under Review is a 90-minute documentary film charting the career and music of one of rock music's most influential, yet all too often neglected, bands. Despite being championed by many of modern culture's coolest names - from David Bowie and Morrissey to The Clash and The Sex Pistols (not forgetting Barry Manilow covering an Ian Hunter tune!) - until now, this extraordinary group has rarely had the recognition it deserves. Features review, commentary, critique and insight from Morgan Fisher - the man behind the unique keyboard sound that the band achieved; Mick Jones - Clash guitarist/co-songwriter; and many more. Songs featured include "All The Young Dudes," "All The Way From Memphis," "Honaloochie Boogie," "Roll Away The Stone," "Golden Age Of Rock 'N' Roll," "Saturday Gigs," and many, many more.
"The Mott Lot": Original Fan Club president Kris Needs on the eclectic array of Mott fans he encountered during the band's glory years (a list that includes Morrissey and Benazir Bhutto!)
"Mott In America": Further footage from Morgan Fisher's extraordinary archive, with commentary from the man himself
"The Hardest Mott The Hoople Interactive Digital Quiz In The World Ever"
Full Contributor Biographies introducing the people behind the commentary