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Boomkat Product Review:
A great package combining an audio CD capturing a live concert from San Francisco with a brilliant, often hysterical tour documentary DVD, which captures the french group in performance (romping through their own hits and even having a go at a particularly speaker-thrashing Master Of Puppets mash-up) behind the scenes on the road, getting arrested and brandishing firearms, which is actually a slightly worrying spectacle: they don't seem like the most responsible bunch. Given how 'shenanigens'-heavy the documentary is, the CD seems like an entirely necessary document, reminding you that Justice do actually play music once in a while, when they're not frolicking around with drunk American girls. As the label would have it: "As Justice were about to tour the USA for the second time, multi-awarded directors and intimate friends of the band Romain Gavras and So-Me taped every second of that 3 weeks tour that looks like it lasted 3 years. This documentary isn't a report of a Justice live show (the audio CD is here for that), but is all about the extraordinary things that can happen when a bunch of frogs get dropped in dreamt America."