Running at an hour long, it has live footage off their February '91 US tour spliced abruptly with backstage antics and interview snippets. The live footage was, frankly, lame – the sound quality was dreadful and tinny. It was filmed with the quality of a poor bootleg.
The interview blurbs and pre- and after-show shots were often pointless: a shot of puking, a shot of a tattoo, at least thirty tour glimpses of the band and entourage giving the finger, spliffs, groupies – all mixed together in a hodge-podge with no direction. Sadly, the best two bits were Chuck Billy falling over a monitor onstage and a shot of Alex putting ear plugs in before a show.
The last fifteen minutes had a collection of their videos, Nobody's Fault, Practice What You Preach, Souls Of Black, and The Legacy. Regrettably, a tedious effort geared for the thirteen year old audience.