Sound — 9
Well disc 1 is basically just a bio so I cant judge on that one. Disc 2 on the other hand is full of live preformances, sessions at AOL, videos along with the making of the videos, and it also has the rare original version of "I'm Not Ok". Most of the preformances are solid. Gerard is known for jumping around and bobbing his head wich sometimes hinders his vocals. All in all I love the way the live preformances are put together and the fact that they play a lot of songs off their debut "I brought you my bullets". And to top it all off it has the unreleased track " The Desert Song".
Content — 10
This is where the DVD shines. Disc 1 is basically a document on the band as they grow from a little punk band ito one of the biggest bands in the world. It shows how with the exception of the Drummer (Bob) all the members of MCR are the original members and not some corprate band that was thrown together for money. It shows their very first preformances, Gerards alcohol abuse (there is actuall footage of him wated on most of the Warped Tour), the origins of there name, there influences (Iron Maiden, Misfits, Smiths, Black Flag ect.), recording both CD's, tours with Underoath, Taking Back Sunday, The Used, It even has cameos from the singer of Killswitch Engage and the Used. My personal favorite is the section on New Jersey (because I am from there) and the great pride they show in it. After all this you'll sit back and realize all the things you thought about MCR were mostly wrong. They have not changed a bit.
Production Quality — 8
Nothing fancy here. Good interviews and camrea work. The beging screan takes a while to get to playing point.
Overall Impression — 9
I loved this DVD. I recommend this to die hard fans and I also recommend it to people who think MCR are sell outs because you'll find that they are far from it.