This is priceless footage - Robyn was never wappier nor more 'out there' than on this outing. The live album of the same name covers much the same area, but this has one or two extra videos (e.g. Man With The Lightbulb Head, I Often Dream Of Trains) interspersed among this concert footage from the Marquee gig c.1985.
The concert footage must be close to unique, in that keyboard player Roger Jackson wasn't with the band all that long, and his contribution (especially to "The Fly") was quite considerable. The band are really tight, and Robyn still inhabits his own plane. It's a shame some of his between-songs interstellar rambles weren't recorded.
It's all extremely good, but the irreplaceable nature of the footage is let down by the poor quality of the DVD - which looks for all the world like a straight DVD rendition of a video recorded 15 years ago (which indeed it was). It's sad that there wasn't a better quality first generation source to go to press from.
If you know Robyn Hitchcock's repertoire but unaccountably have never come across this little gem, I'd recommend it. If you've seen it on VHS, you're not going to see anything much you haven't already seen, although at least being on DVD it's unlikely to degrade any more than it has now.