I was really big Dogs D’amour fan In the 1980’s early 90’s, but lost touch with the band after they split (this was the time before social media, if you could imagine such a thing!) & didn’t re-acquaint myself with Tyla’s musical output until his 2013 album “The Devils supper”, so unfortunately “Nocturnal..” pasted me my at the time. So I am delighted that Tyla has seen fit to release a 20th anniversary version of said album. What you get is the original acoustic version of the album (although there is a bit of electric guitar on there as well), which is very good, with the usual fascinating & slightly surreal Tyla lyrics. There is also a newly recorded electric version that Tyla recorded with his current band, this version adds a bit of depth to the tracks, although I still prefer the acoustic album. The DVD features Tyla & his band live in the studio, running through seven of the tracks from “Nocturnal..”, plus some new acoustic takes on the songs, but best of all, the entire 2001 “Double T” compilation album, which features just Tyla (with the occasion double-tracked vocal) & his acoustic guitar, although there are no visuals to accompany the songs. A another excellent release from the hardest working man in rock, although at times there’s so much music on listen on the album that it’s can become little overwhelming, but still great listening for any Tyla fan.