|Studio album by Dramarama|
Cinéma Vérité is the first album by an alternative rock group Dramarama, released in November 1985. Although Dramarama was an American group, specifically from New Jersey, the album was originally released by New Rose Records of France. It was later picked up for release by Chameleon Records in California, a small independent record label. Edie Sedgwick appears on the album cover.
The song "Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)" was covered by Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington's former band Grey Daze on their album ...no sun today. California rockers Something Corporate have also covered it live, although it has never been released on any studio recording. Recently, this song was also sung by contestant Storm Large on the reality show Rock Star: Supernova. The band Lucky Boys Confusion also performed a cover of the same song on their EP How to Get Out Alive. A cover of the song performed by Buckcherry is used in the credits for the film "Road Trip". Dramarama's original version of "Anything, Anything (I'll Give You)" was also featured in the 1988 New Line Cinema film A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, although it is not available on the soundtrack.