The Foo Fighters' first live DVD, Everywhere But Home, might be a disappointment for many dedicated fans. The appalling sound quality and dry content have brought it under attack even from faithful devotees. But what you do get is a classic rock concert without any frills. The DVD contains footage of the latest concerts given by this post-Nirvana American alternative rock band. Occupying most of the disc is the band's concert in Toronto, from which 15 songs are featured. Most of the songs listed, such as All My Life, My Hero and Times Like These, are taken from their last three albums. The only track from their acclaimed self-titled debut is For All The Cows. The Foo Fighters whip their audiences into a frenzy. As soon as front-man Dave Grohl strums the first chord, they jump and scream (and I can vouch for this as when they played Hong Kong I danced so hard I lost my glasses). This DVD captures that atmosphere exactly. It's simple and straightforward, a pure exhibition of rock energy, despite the rotten sound quality. The problem with this DVD is that there are no extras such as interviews with the band, backstage scenes, or music videos. Do the group think their fans are only interested in their stage performances? Despite that, if you haven't seen any of the Foo Fighters' concerts, this is still a great buy, but be prepared.