Primal Screams Olympia show was a celebration of one of the best albums ever made and the band somehow managed to live up our impossible expectations and blow the roof of a cavernous conference centre. The package includes both sets that were performed on the night, together with a soundtrack CD and extended version of the Classic Albums documentary. The band really pulled the plugs out with the main Screamadelica performance; employing a gospel choir, brass section and some of the best visuals ever seen, they then shot the thing with multiple cameras (on stage, cranes and in the audience). Everything seemed to be in place for a film worthy of the event, unfortunately the whole thing has been ruined by a shambolic, loose edit which destroys all pace. This might, on the face of it, but a churlish complaint but its difficult to understate how important a good edit is, without it a live performance feels disjointed and without rhythm...a pretty critical issue with an album such as Screamadelica. It has the feel of something that was edited by a person - with no real knowledge of the band - live and on the night I had imagined that I would watch this video until the disc wore out, as it is its sullied a perfectly good memory.