If you're looking for a lot of music uninterrupted by commentary, such as a live concert DVD, this isn't your purchase. If, however, you're looking for a disc that will give you a deeper dive into EN's past - which stretches back far enough that many younger people won't have been old enough to enjoy when it was happening and even many older fans won't know if they weren't paying attention back in the '80s and early '90s - you've found what you're looking for. Not that this is a dry, didactic or academic presentation; far from it. What you get is actually quite a bit of exceptional older footage, both of the band performing live in performances that date literally all the way back to the very beginning of their existence (and in some cases, even a bit before), as well as both current (at the time of this DVD's release) and older interviews. It's sort of like a crash course in the evolution of one of the most brilliant and artistically original bands of the millennium's fulcrum. Much of the footage is stuff I'd never seen before, and some of it is truly amazing, capturing the sort of over-the-edge energy that used to characterize EN's live performances. I've not seen the band live in several years, but today, their live shows are (because they're not in their 30s anymore) not the way they used to be. Not that seeing them today is BAD...it's just a different experience, and without footage like what's within this disc, it's very difficult indeed to describe what '80s and '90s EN shows were like to someone who never saw one. I recommend this DVD to anyone who's a fan of EN, especially those of you who became fans in the last ten years or so.