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Picking up where the original “Behind the Music” episodes left off, these episodes include brand new interviews, footage, and video clips that update the stories of several classic artists over the last 10 to 15 years. While all of these artists have previously been featured on the "Behind the Music" series, the new footage and updates are bound to be captivating returns to the lives of our musical heroes.


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S01E01 Mötley Crüe 13/02/2010 Be warned. The story of the most destructive band in history isn't a pretty one... With the possible exception of Ozzy Osbourne, no band has consumed as many drugs and as much booze without dying as the LA quartet Mötley Crüe. The story of their career (which the band elected to tell in graphic detail in their unmissable 2001 autobiography, The Dirt) is one of dirty needles, damaged minds and sex -- lots of sex. And the miraculous thing about the Crüe is not that they lived to tell the tale (although that is, in a way, a kind of unholy miracle): it's that all of their wildly uncontrollable habits are clearly audible in their music, now available from Universal. Just listen to these albums: if you concentrate hard enough, you can hear the sound of the coke coming off the tables, the squeak of the bed-springs and the sheer sleazy grind of California rock over the last two decades.
S01E02 Judas Priest 13/02/2010 Judas Priest was one of the most influential heavy metal bands of the '70s, spearheading the New Wave of British Heavy Metal late in the decade. Decked out in leather and chains, the band fused the gothic doom of Black Sabbath with the riffs and speed of Led Zeppelin, as well as adding a vicious two-lead guitar attack; in doing so, they set the pace for much popular heavy metal from 1975 until 1985, as well as laying the groundwork for the speed and death metal of the '80s.
S01E03 Genesis 27/10/2010 Genesis is profiled in archival clips and interviews.
S01E04 Def Leppard 27/02/2010 A profile of English hard-rock band Def Leppard.
S01E05 John Lennon: The Last Years and the Legacy 06/03/2010 Behind The Music Remastered chronicles the years John Lennon took for himself and family, as well as the final months that marked his triumphant return to rock and roll.
S01E06 Meat Loaf 13/03/2010 For more than 40 years Meat Loaf has entertained and impressed audiences with his distinct singing style and enthusiastic acting.
S01E07 Heart 20/03/2010 Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson are the creative spark behind Click here to find out more! Heart, a hard rock group who initially found success in the mid-'70s, only to reach greater heights after engineering a major comeback a decade later. The daughters of a Marine Corps captain, Ann (born June 19, 1950) and Nancy (born March 16, 1954) grew up in both Southern California and Taiwan before the Wilson family settled in Seattle, WA. Throughout their formative years, both were interested in folk and pop music; while Ann never took any formal music lessons as a child (she later learned to play several instruments), Nancy took up guitar and flute. After both sisters spent some time at college, they decided to try their hand as professional musicians, and while Nancy began performing as a folksinger, Ann joined the all-male vocal group Heart.
S01E08 Metallica 16/04/2010 The shows pick up where the original "Behind The Music" left off with new interviews, live footage, and video clips that update the story of Metallica.
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S02E01 Poison 16/10/2010 VH1's Emmy Award-nominated and critically acclaimed series "Behind The Music," returns to continue some of the rock world's most iconic stories. Starting October 16 at 9 PM, VH1 Classic will air nine new one-hour episodes of "Behind the Music Remastered" featuring some of classic rocks' seminal artists and bands. Picking up where the original "Behind the Music" episode left off, VH1 Classic will air brand new interviews, footage, and video clips that update the stories of several classic artists over the last 10 to 15 years.
S02E02 Leif Garrett 23/10/2010 Leif Garrett had a golden mane, sparkling smile, movie star looks, and a unforgettable name. He charmed his way to teen idol glory before he was even old enough to drive a car. Four years after his singing debut, he was cast out by Hollywood and fell into a deep depression. This is the story of Leif Garrett.
S02E03 Alice Cooper 30/10/2010 Originally, there was a band called Alice Cooper led by a singer named Vincent Damon Furnier. Under his direction, Alice Cooper pioneered a grandly theatrical and violent brand of heavy metal that was designed to shock. Drawing equally from horror movies, vaudeville, heavy metal, and garage rock, the group created a stage show that featured electric chairs, guillotines, fake blood, and huge boa constrictors, all coordinated by the heavily made-up Furnier. By that time, Furnier had adopted the name for his androgynous on-stage personality. While the visuals were extremely important to the group's impact, the band's music was nearly as distinctive. Driven by raw, simple riffs and melodies that derived from '60s guitar pop as well as show tunes, it was rock & roll at its most basic and catchy, even when the band ventured into psychedelia and art rock. After the original group broke up and Furnier began a solo career as Alice Cooper, his actual music lost most of its theatrical flourishes, becoming straightforward heavy metal, yet his stage show retained all of the trademark props that made him the king of shock rock.
S02E04 Boy George 06/11/2010 British singer Boy George combined a strong, soulful singing voice with a provocative sense of fashion, both of which were first brought to the attention of English and American audiences in the group Culture Club, for whom he served as lead singer from 1982 to 1986. The group wrote and played impeccable pop music, and Boy George's androgynous persona -- heavy makeup and outrageous costumes -- gave the group a distinct video image in the dawn of MTV.
S02E05 Daryl Hall & John Oates 13/11/2010 This is the story behind the most successful duo in the history of pop music, Hall & Oates. Updated to the original episode is the death of long time Hall & Oates guitarist T-Bone Wolk, John separating from his long time companion Sara Allen, John Oates' acoustic solo album, and the huge success of Daryl's live internet web cast "Live From Daryl's House".
S02E06 Michael Hutchence 18/12/2010 This is the story of the Michael Hutchence, the lead singer of INXS, who died in mysterious circumstances in 1997. Updated to the original Behind The Music episode is the tragic descent into addiction and death of his partner Paula Yates, the rescue of their daughter Tiger Lily and the continuation of his powerful musical influence.
S02E07 Lynrd Skynyrd 27/11/2010 This is the story of the Southern rock band who lost their lead singer and three others in a plane crash, but eventually got back on the road with his younger brother on vocals. This Remastered edition is dedicated to the other members of the band who have tragically passed since it was originally aired.
S02E09 Duran Duran 20/11/2010 This is the story of the chic new romantic band that merged punk with funk. Updated to the original episode is the surprise re-formation of the classic line up, the sad departure of Andy Taylor and their alliance with hot producer Mark Ronson for their latest album.
S02E10 Fleetwood Mac 04/12/2010 This is the story of the band Fleetwood Mac whose on/off relationships and bust ups became as famous as their music. Updated to the original episode are the final departure of Christine McVie from the band, the revised line up's new album and their ongoing determination to keep the show on the road and filling stadiums.
S02E11 Judas Priest 00/00/0000
S03E01 Megadeth 13/11/2011 They've been champions of thrash metal for nearly thirty years, despite discord, addiction and infighting. Updated to the original episode are Dave Mustaine's crippling hand injury which threatens the bands survival, a painful law suit and more.
S03E02 TLC 21/11/2011 This is the updated story of the three girl Atlanta-based band whose explicit lyrics encouraged young women to take charge of their own lives. They became the biggest selling female band in the world.
S03E03 Anthrax 05/12/2011 Anthrax was one of the most popular bands of the 1980s thrash metal scene and are notable for combining metal with rap, hardcore, and alternative music early on. They are generally classified as one of the "big four" of thrash metal alongside Metallica, Slayer, and Megadeth. This hour-long doc chronicles the rise and fall of the band as well as their decision to keep rocking while keeping their controversial name post 9/11. Updated to the last episode, this New York metal band have a unique "take no prisoners" sound and style and are undisputed masters of the manic mosh pit.
S03E04 Rick James 19/12/2011
S03E05 Pat Benatar 12/12/2011 Updated to the original episode are her new album "Go", the revelation in her autobiography of the family tragedy she witnessed, her reunion with Debbie Harry and her continuing collaboration with guitarist "Spyder" Giraldo.
S03E07 Weird Al Yankovic 09/01/2012 Updated from the original, we witness the highs and lows of his personal life, more commercial success with a fourth Grammy award, and his biggest hit single of his career: "White and Nerdy".
S03E08 Styx 16/01/2012
S03E09 The Go-Go's 23/01/2012
S03E10 Ted Nugent 30/01/2012
S03E11 Blondie 01/02/2012
S04E01 Foreigner 17/03/2013 The story of one of the most successful bands during the 70's and 80's, from rock classics like "Hot Blooded" and "Jukebox Hero," to the radio friendly 80's hit, "I Want To Know What Love Is." The band sold over 37 million albums in North America alone, but ego, tensions and life- threatening illnesses forced the duo of Mick Jones and Lou Gramm to go their separate ways. Updates to the episode include interviews with all the current members of Foreigner, including ex-drummer Jason Bonham, and current singer, Kelly Hansen.
S04E02 Bad Company 17/03/2013 The story of one of the most successful "supergroups" ever; from their formation, to their reign as one of the biggest bands in the world, to their demise caused by mounting pressures and internal struggles. Updates to the episode include the band's reunion for the Sweden Rocks festival, Paul Rodgers' hugely successful collaboration with Queen, and the dramatic passing of founding member and bassist, Boz Burrell.
S04E03 Twisted Sister 31/03/2013 The cross dressing video pioneers who brought us "We're Not Going To Take It" and "I Wanna Rock" were on top of the world in the mid 80's, but fell from grace becoming the whipping boys for everything bad about rock. Updates to the episode include their triumphant reunion for a New York 9/11 tribute rock concert, their successful X-rated Christmas album, and why they abandoned the make-up and continue to rock to this day.
S04E04 Pantera 07/04/2013 The story of the most heroic metal band of the 90's, Pantera, continues long after their disbanding and the tragic on-stage gun shooting of guitarist 'Dimebag' Darrell Abbott. Updates to the episode include interviews with those who also lost loved ones the night Dime was murdered, and new interviews with singer Phil Anselmo, bassist Rex Brown, and Dime's girlfriend, Rita Haney.
S04E05 Thin Lizzy 14/04/2013 The story of the legendary Irish rock band that never got the recognition they truly deserved in the US, and the sad death of their charismatic singer, Phil Lynott. Updates to the episode include the arrival of a new singer in the band, and the recent discovery of new recordings from the classic Lynott line-up.
S04E06 Motörhead 22/04/2013 Behind the Music Remastered: Motorhead is VH1 Classic's first all-original Behind the Music Remastered ever! What better rock and roll story is there then that of the infamous forefathers of Heavy Metal, Lemmy Kilmister and his band Motorhead. This is the rough and tumble story of a working-class English dreamer, Lemmy Kilmister, and his rise to become the most feared and respected man in rock and roll. The episode features brand new original interviews with Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Grohl, Metallica's Lars Ulrich and Robert Trujillo, as well as interviews with the current line-up of Motorhead, (Phil Campbell and Mikkey Dee) and of course the classic lineup of Fast Eddie Clarke and Philip "Filthy Animal" Taylor.
S04E07 Deep Purple 28/04/2013 Behind the Music Remastered: Deep Purple is the story of one the world's loudest, boldest, and brashest rock n' roll bands who never got the respect they deserved from the mainstream, but to their fans, they were the most important rock band ever! Alongside Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath, Deep Purple is considered a pioneer in both Hard Rock and Heavy Metal. Despite numerous lineups and changes, Deep Purple penned some of rocks most iconic songs and memorable riffs that are still enjoyed to this day on classic rock radio. Here is the story of a band who truly deserves to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, featuring interviews with Metallica's Lars Ulrich, and band members Richie Blackmore, Ian Gillan, Roger Glover, Ian Paice, Steve Morse, Glenn Hughes and many more.

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