The Scissor Sisters' second album was widely panned by critics, but that hasn't kept their fans from filling stadiums. They've come a long way from their early days as a campy art-scene band, and in many ways are more suited to giant stages and elaborate productions. As guitarist Del Marquis jokes in the documentary portion, he'll never be in another band where he'll be encouraged to play so many cock-rock solos.
Fans of the band get a lot in this package. There's the 90-minute concert at the 02 in London in front of 20,000 rabid fanatics, an often hilarious hour-long documentary, a shorter stripped-down acoustic show, four videos and a bonus DVD of more live footage.
Unlike many gay(ish) superstars, Scissor Sisters are good musicians who don't rely on programmed backing tracks. They rework the hits into new arrangements, so even if you've heard them a million times, there's lots of new stuff here to get you excited again.