Unanimously derided by the small-minded music media and universally adored by their fans and live audiences everywhere, the Levs have now been going strong for over 20 years (let's see if the Arctic Monkeys get that far). They may have never been "trendy", but once you've seen them live you're hooked. Their annual assault on Britain's festival scene is a highlight of any summer, regardless of the weather. They are, without peer, the best festival band....EVER!! I bought this DVD after seeing (for the umpteenth time) at the 2007 Trowbridge Village Pump, where they went down a storm with the most mixed audience I've ever seen. Onto the DVD....what can I say? It's a Leveller's gig and I've never seen a bad one. This being no exception. Yes, the set list could have been better (no "Hope Street" or "100 Years of Solitude") but there are some interesting inclusions for "hardcore" fans ("61 Minutes", etc.). My only, only criticism is the way that Jon's violin is down in mix throughout the recording. It seems to be a trend that has dogged the last few albums. It needs to be brought to the front, as it is live. But that's just my opinion. That aside...brilliant DVD, loads of great extras, buy it...you won't be disappointed! Long may they reign and fly in the face of the NME!!!