Cypress Hill is live and raw on this one. Backed up by SX-10 they show they still got the goods. This album has great versions of some old classics–”Hand on the Pump,” “A to the K,” “Insane in the Brain” are awesome. I especially like this (faster?) version of “I Ain’t Goin’ Out Like That,” man, rap and metal really gel on that.The … reviewer called this “a cursory footnote in their discography”–but why do we buy live albums? Cause we weren’t there, or we want to hear it again, not necessarily for anything new or so. The boys from the Hill made their move on “Skull and Bones” and this live album is consolidation. So it’s not a footnote, it’s proof of their ability. And it’s tight! Live albums should show that a band is as good on stage as in the studio, and the Hill perform, and the added energy coming out of the Bay Area makes this a great album. And it sounds all real: I think I’m smelling some Northern Cali coming out of my speakers.