The DVD features a voice-over potted history of the band in German "The band suffered for its art" which doesn't tell us anything new, and a discography featuring a lot of official and bootleg album titles, but unfortunately little actual information..
A review of the show www. Other members of the band were getting fed up with his narcissistic attitude. Before the show, Steve threatened to punch him for focusing on himself and not the music.
Sid hit the bottle hard before the show tonight. Being in Texas once again, he and Johnny found it appropriate to mock the "cowboys" in attendance. There were also about police on hand. John wore an ugly pink shirt and a black glove for most of the show [appearing during the encore with a swastika medallion on his shirt], while Steve wore all black, including boots, spurs, and a sheriff's star.
With "Gimme a Fix" on his bare chest, Sid barely played his bass and seemed more interested in jumping around instead of performing music. Plastic cups and other assorted objects flew toward the stage for the duration of the performance.
No glass bottles were sold. The show was all about spectacle; music was secondary. Instead of wiping up the mess, he let the blood flow down his body, smearing it on his face and spitting it into the crowd. Johnny remarked, "Look at that During "Pretty Vacant", Sid took a broken bottle and vehemently carved his chest. Iggy would've been proud. He removed the pus-soaked bandage from his arm and threw it into the hapless crowd. The other band members continued the show.
Although he contributed next to nothing musically, Sid knew he was stealing Johnny Rotten's limelight, which was more important to him at that point. As the band reappeared for an encore, Sid showed the audience an obscene gesture and Steve yelled, "You must be mad to want more of us". In the middle of "No Fun", Steve confronted a heckler by throwing a couple punches and jabbing him with the headstock of his guitar. The next morning, the Dallas newspaper read: