The name Napalm Death is synonymous with quality, but this live collection is ridiculously good. The CD/DVD combo is probably a better deal, but if you don't care about having a cd copy, not really necessary. This features one of my favorite ND albums, the grindcore comeback Enemy of the Music Business, much like the Bootlegged in Japan cd features songs from Diatribes. The main concert on this DVD has seven tracks from Enemy, including the Napalm anthem and the song that functions as the title track to that album, Can't Play Won't Pay. But, it also offers material from every other major release up through 2002, including a song from Order of the Leech, which was still months away from being released when this show was filmed. Punishment in Capitals is definitely another must-have if you're a fan.
As far as the rest of the song selection, the staples like Unchallenged Hate and Suffer the Children will always be there, so the question is not about their presence, but the sound. On this, it's a 10. Clear, very strong and intense vocals from Barney, all instruments clear and distinguishable; this is no small feat for live grindcore.
As for the visual aspects...wow. Pretty amazing. The Ulu show is intense. You get to see how manic this band and their fans are, which makes you appreciate their aggression that much more. You also get to hear all of what's said between songs, as the cd version has some awkwardly placed editing on Barney's comments. And the extras by themselves would make a good DVD. A 45-minute interview that gives some insight to the cause behind this benefit concert, footage of seven songs from a '97 show in Chile, and two clips from a '96 Tokyo show. This DVD makes for several hours of Naplam Death excellence, and is definitely worth having even if you have their other live releases, because this one might actually be the best.