"We're not obsessive at all!" claims one member of the audience at this New Year's Eve gig, the sarcasm of her words evident by the fact that she is clad from head to toe in Manic Street Preacher-styled glam-rock nightwear. In truth, it's difficult to think of many bands whose fans are quite as devoted as those of the Manics. Certainly any MSP follower worth their salt would have been at Cardiff's Millennium on December 31, 1999 for a gig that not only celebrated the dawning of a new era but also a decade of Preaching which has seen the band overcome the disappearance of guitarist/lyricist Richey Edwards to become one of the country's most beloved acts. Nor did James Dean Bradfield & Co. disappoint as they tore through a set ranging from early tracks like "Motown Junk" and "You Love Us" to more recent crowd-pleasers such as "Everything Must Go". --Clark Collis On the DVD:
Stacked to its heavily mascara-ed gills with extras the DVD also includes a brace of bonus tracks, discography, photo gallery and a series of interviews in which, among other things, bassist Nicky Wire reveals that they once wanted to release a record covered with sandpaper "so that when it was in the rack with all the other records it would destroy them." --Clark Collis
contiene i seguenti brani registrati al cardiff millennium stadium nel 1999 - 2000. kevin carter remix; tsunami; the masses against the classes; motown junk; of walking abortion; if you tolerate this your children will be nex; faster remix; incubation live video joy division; you stole the sun from my heart; faster; everything must go; the everlasting; kevin carter; la tristesse durera (scream to a sigh); rock and roll music; ready for drowning; no surface all feeling; sweet child o' mine; baby love; motorcycle emptiness; auld langsyne; can't take my eyes off you; small black flowers that grow in the sky; australia; elvis impersonator: blackpool pier; you love us; stay beautiful; a design for life; faster chemical bros. remix.