Looks like an alien, sings like a diva - Klaus Nomi was one of 1980's most profoundly bizarre appearances. He was a cult figure in the New Wave Underground scene who sang pop music like opera and brought opera to club audiences. He was a performer with a "look" so strong that his first audiences went wild before he even opened hi mouth. On the verge of international fame as a singer, he instead became one of the first prominent artists to die of AIDS. The reaction Klaus Nomi provoked was so strong, that he is still unforgettable, even 20 years after his death. Part documentary, part music film, part sci-fi, The Nomi Song is a fascinating and incredibly visual "non-fiction film" and audio history.
- Format: Color, DVD, NTSC, Widescreen
- Language: English
- Aspect Ratio: 1.85.1
- Number of Discs: 1
- Rating: Not Rated
- Label: Palm Pictures
- Run Time: 98 minutes
- Catalogue #: 3110
- Deleted Scenes
- Behind the scenes interviews
- 3 full length musical numbers
- Mini-tour of the East Village
- Two exclusive audio tracks featuring remixes of "Total Eclipse"
- Interviews with songwriters Kristian Hoffman, Lou Chrisitie, and other artists
- Full performance of "The Cold Song" and "After the Fall"
- SNL performance David Bowie and Klaus Nomi from December 15, 1979
- How to bake the Klaus Nomi lime tart
- Fan club mail bag