In keeping with the shameless cash-grab mandate that was their MO for last year's press-baiting reunion, the Pixies and their people have put together this well-produced document of the Pixies Sell Out tour. What the DVD lacks in cool extras, it makes up for in nicely shot show footage, relying on an army of cameras to replicate the experience of witnessing the Pixies' performance at 2004's Eurockéennes Festival in Belfort, France. Shots of pumping fists, gleeful balding dudes, inflatable rafts floating over the crowd and hand-lettered Debase Me signs are intercut with the band's 25-song set. Though 25 tunes seems epic, the Pixies play enough under-three-minute anthems (In Heaven and Something Against You are prime examples) that the show whooshes by, clocking in at just over an hour and a bit. Sound-wise, this is a pretty good package, though the drums occasionally veer into tinny territory and Kim Deal's vocals (which sound surprisingly good) are too low. The very bloated Frank Black is in decent form, making up for a painfully whiny Velouria with a great Here Comes Your Man and bloody howls on Tame. The coolest part is the intro, which edits together performances of Bone Machine from Japan, Scotland, France, California, Massachusetts and Austin into a seamless whole.