"In Concert, In Film, and On Video!"02 March 2004124 mins
Tussles in Brussels includes four videos, five TV performances from the UK’s Later and Top of the Pops, and the strange Little Steven-narrated film "The Hives, Hinduism and Me." The latter is undeniably original, but not necessarily informative (no band interviews, but beaucoup groovy graphics). Overall, those looking for subtlety have come to the wrong place, but for those who've lost their faith in two-chord rock--hold on tight and let the Hives take you on an adrenaline-fueled ride.
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