The band included everything a good DVD should contain in this release: Parts of two live concerts mixing their old and their new music very well, all their music videos from their 3 pop/rock albums plus a portrait film and a bonus film. Although you could maybe argue the length of the portrait film and want more information, it's none the less good. Watching the guys be themselves and arguing in the kitchen of an unnamed hotel over how to make scrambled eggs properly gives a rare view behind the stage into what they are really like.
Clint, Bob, Scott and Dave have a long and most impressive career in music, starting out singing country songs at fairs when they were mere kids and releasing their first album when they were only 8 and 9 years old. This DVD is a testimony to their many years doing pop/rock music when they grew up to be teenagers, and shows how they evolved alongside the music into adulthood. A split was maybe inevitable in order to let the guys develop as musicians, and although sad for the fans who loved them, they are still doing music independently of each other.
Overall better than many expected and a worthy farewell to an awesome band.
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