For anyone who loves the punk genre, this DVD is a must and it documents one of the bands at the forefront of that exciting period. Visual documents regarding Buzzcocks are usually few and far between so its great to see a DVD that at last brings them justice. This concert is the last Buzzcocks ever played as internal disagreements and drug problems were lead to their break-up ........ well, for the next twenty years at least until they reformed. The poignancy is there for all to see and you can almost believe Pete Shelley as he sings "There is no love in this world anymore." Elsewhere, the famous singles "Ever Fallen In Love, What Do I Get," and the classic "Boredom" are all featured. Performances are pretty good and the crowd of Germans are faintly amusing as they pogo about to songs the content of which most be lost on them. The Buzzcocks, along with the Undertones, were THE original pop-punks and Ash, Blink 182 etc would be no where without them. Buy this now!