The Creation were undoubtedly one of the most under appreciated bands to emerge from the UK during the 1960's, but their legend has grown with time and "Red With Purple Flashes" is the first ever DVD to feature the band. Focusing on their 1990's reformation, the DVD captures the band as they are due to play their first gigs in almost thirty years, at London's Mean Fiddler venue.Interviews with the original band members show their nerves at returning to the live stage, but also the great pride they have in their music and their legacy. We are then treated to the comeback gig itself and also another live show from 1995 at the same venue. Amongst the tracks featured are the classic "Painter Man" and "Making Time".The Creation are still highly revered by today's artists, Creation Records founder Alan McGee not only named his company after the band but also his band, Biff Bang Pow (named after a Creation b-side) and Ride covered "How Does It Feel To Feel" on their "Carnival Of Light" album.
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