I taped this gig off the radio back in 96 and I reckon I wore out the tape. To properly appreciate this record I think it is crucial to watch the accompanying film. The sound alone doesn't do the size of the performance justice. This is ironic as Oasis are a reasonably static stage outfit and there were no major bells and whistles in terms of a stage show. I guess it is the has to be seen to be believed vision of Liam Gallagher somewhere in his early 20's confidently sneering his way through the tracks that made up 2 of the biggest albums of the mid 90's. In terms of the audio album that we have here, it's not without its faults but it has been very well mixed and mastered from what I would guess were fairly basic tapes. I love the recording and to be fair to the band, the performance is very tight. The track list is excellent too and actually takes in their first 3 albums plus BSides despite it being recorded a year before the release of "Be Here Now". It's straight up rock n roll but if your an Oasis fan, as I am, then this will be what your looking for. Does what it says on the tin. This is a perfect document of the band before the excesses of cocaine truly kicked in. They were still performing like their lives depended on it here. Possibly for the last time in their career as this was without doubt their zenith. 25 years on, listening to this concert, Oasis no longer sound like the greatest band in the world but during the summer of 1996 they really did to a teenage me. For fans it is a really vital release and the definitive Oasis live album. For the naysayers, you will continue to miss out.