This is a fun DVD for anyone who has never been to a Bauhaus concert or simply wants to relive (in an "undead" way) the experience. This is another one of those now popular, virtual-concert-going experience home videos. The sound is quite good, if limited somewhat by the fact that the audience is a bit too loud in the mix, especially during "She's in Parties" and "Bela Lugosi's Dead." If the drums lack a bit of oomph, it' not the fault of the DVD, but of the original recording. For such a dark theatrical set design, the DVD does a fine job displaying the performance with clarity. There is no apparent grain or fogginess, which is especially important since the transfer is from video to DVD and not film to DVD. The only grain to be found is the result of an overzealous person working the visual effects box. The minimalist presentation of the concert, with almost everything purely black and white, didn't need the spooky after-effects. The German Expressionism backdrop is effectively portrayed, making the clean transfer readily apparent. As a documentation of a live concert performance (with a couple of funny "interview" scenes thrown-in), this is no Stop Making Sense, but it never tries to be. However, it is an extreme treat for Bauhaus fans and a fine addition to any DVD library lacking in glam goth concert performances.