Regular readers will know that I’m not a lover of the music DVD. In general I feel music and video do very little to help each other. But I have to say that this DVD grabbed my attention right from the word go. The imaginative way the tracks are introduced and linked ensure you keep your eye on the ball. And what a ball we have! Psychedelia from Brighton’s Criminals of Evolution, a stunning animated mix of Metropolis and Guernica from Theodor Bastard from St Petersburg. Ren’s CGI film of George W waxing lyrical. Live Mayhem bringing Global Warning from Pete Missing and DJ Hazard out of New York. Even the more conventional performance footage and what could be dull self adulatory ads for Dirty Squatters’/Scrap’s other wares and traveller/eco-warrior propaganda are well put together. They are neatly doctored and edited in such a varied manner that the potential boredom factor disappears into the overall impression is of an excellently integrated product. No doubt the whole thing would be even better viewed on one of those giant home cinema systems in a darkened room enhanced with aromatic ambience enhancement. But on a crappy little 14” telly the effect is good enough for me!