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Sex, Food, Death ... and Robyn Hitchcock

Robynhitchcock English singer/songwriter Robyn Hitchcock is not stuck in the 80s, though his work with his band The Egyptians during those heady years is worthy of praise decades later.

Rather, Hitchcock's career now spans more than 30 years, from the early days of 1976 with The Soft Boys to his current projects involving long-time friends Nick Lowe, John Paul Jones, Peter Buck and others.

Finally, there's a DVD out there that shines a brighter spotlight on the dark but mischievous Hitchcock and his music. "Sex, Food, Death ... and Insects" debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007 and has now found its way to home disc.

The documentary follows Hitchcock recording a new album at his London home, followed by performances in New Jersey and Seattle. Click here to see a trailer. And click here to see an interview with Hitchcock from the Sundance Channel.

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