I have a slightly different angle on why this collection of promos is 'dissapointing.'
DVD is a fantastic opportunity to really give something worthwhile to the fans of a group like Massive Attack, and I feel that in putting only the promos on this has missed that opportunity completely.
So many Cd's now come with an accompanying DVD that includes the promos and so much more for free. (Such as Feeder's Pushing the Senses.) I look at how jam-packed DVD's from artists such as Moby and Depeche Mode are, and at the amazing Director's label DVD's such as Chris Cunningham, and this just pales into comparison.
Another reason to be dissapointed is Massive Attack are actually well known in the Art world, not just for their music, but for their paintings, photography and installations. This would have been a great way to archive some of this and allow us to see how they put things together.
This gets three stars for the fact that you cannot fault the music, it is after all one of the greatest bands on the planet.