Don't get me wrong I am a huge blur fan, owning a huge collection of their work. I think they are one of the best live bands around, with an amazing sound that replicates and also adds a twist to their studio recordings, which I think is important in a live show. No-one wants to hear a carbon copy of a studio recording when you see a live band. Having seen them live (and in Hyde Park)about 7 times over the last 15 years my biggest problem with this live show (and their others) comes down to the setlist. As a band that has a huge back catalog and a solid fan base, they shouldn't be affraid to mix it up a bit more. Its a great success when they do as Caramel sounds amazing in this set. Parklife - Check, For Tomorrow - Check, This is a Low - Check. And you could take any version of these from live sources and find they tend to sound exactly the same (although full of energy).