Top positive review
on 11 March 2017
Really good. Haven't listened to Blur for many, many years though they were my first real music interest and Graham Coxon was certainly my first guitar-playing inspiration. Something made me think about them, out of nowhere, recently and so I've been listening back through the albums that I still have and enjoying them with fresh ears and a bit of nostalgia.
I bought the DVD on the back of this sentimental event, because it was so cheap and am glad I did. It's great quality audio as well as visually and a solid live performance. Kind of makes me wish I'd gone to see them at some point since they'd reformed as I last saw them in about 1999 and I can't properly remember that far back.
In summary, if you like Blur or are on-the-fence then, for six quid, I don't see how you could be disappointed in this DVD.