Image not available for
|Price:||£3.95 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £10. Details|
Recognising that the live show was far from extensive, the disc also includes Liberty X's first six promos. Their videos have been always been swish, sophisticated affairs, especially the chic promo for ballad "Holding On". The futuristic video for "Being Nobody"--their alternative-pop collaboration with top underground dance producer Richard X--intelligently parodies the production-line mentality of modern culture. Overall, it's a mixed bag of material, which is likely both to please and disappoint fans.
On the DVD: Just a Little may have its shortcomings as a concert DVD, but the disc's layout is excellent. Featuring an array of specially recorded material, each of the sub-menus are personally introduced by a member of the band. The Who Wants to be a Millionaire-style quiz has exclusive footage of the band up for grabs if all ten of the randomly generated questions are answered correctly, while the behind-the-scenes feature provides a unique insight into the origins and success of the band. --John Galilee