The Unheard Music, popularly known to most people as X: The Unheard Music is a film that was produced back in 1986. However, it was not just a film as some people might think. It was a rockumentary film meaning that it was basically based on rock music and specifically about the famous punk band of Los Angeles, X. Directed by W.T Morgan, the film starred some of the big names like John Doe, Bonebrake, Cervenka Exene and Billy Zoom.
X, which is the name of the punk rock band that this film was based upon, was made of four people that are also represented in the cast of the film. The band, which was formed in the 1970s, took the Los Angeles music arena by storm. The rock music done by this group was at the time a crowd puller in most of the famous clubs in Los Angeles including Starwood, Whisky where most of their live concerts were held among others. The music done by the X is said to have been one of the forces that led to the complete revolution of the music industry in California. Their music brought in the culture of forceful songs and set a new driving standard. This led to the branding of the rock group as the Underground pack leader.
One of the most hidden facts about the film that highlighted the lives of these four rock stars is that the film took five years to be produced. It includes footage of the actors in discussions and also interviews with the producers of the film. Most of the songs that were done by the band group X can still be herd in social scenes today including Los Angeles, Year One, Because I do, Soul Kitchen, Beyond and Back, The Unheard Music, Real Child Of Hell, We’re Desperate, The Have Nots among others.