Galaxie 500 is one of those 80s college rock groups that no one really noticed while they were around but went on to be recognized as one of the era's defining bands. Dean Wareham's introverted, nasal whine, the jangling guitars, freaked-out, yearning solos and their sleepy introverted approach to rock have shown up in many of the indie bands that followed them, and they've become one of those hip names to drop as an influence. The three members assembled this two-disc collection of live bootlegs, a UK TV appearance, their four ultra-low-budget but effective music videos and some archival live footage into a very comprehensive look at their brief history. Unfortunately, it's a bit of a waste as a DVD, as the audio quality is pretty bad and the camera work amateurish at best. Fans will want it, but those new to the band would be better off buying the CDs.