Mainstream electronic wonderboy, Moby, is busy resuscitating the record that will not die and preparing Play the DVD for a mid-July release. The DVD includes eight live tracks recorded during an appearance on Jools Holland's British TV show and 10 videos of songs from Moby's latest album (the aforementioned inescapable record), 1999's Play. Five of the videos have never been released in the US: "Find My Baby," "Porcelain UK," "Bodyrock UK (Fire)," "Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?" and "Natural Blues (Animated)." A 90-minute "megamix" compiles the Playremixes used for singles, and an interactive function allows users to actually remix the songs themselves.
The most interesting part of the DVD is the 20-minute home movie "Give an Idiot a Camcorder," in which Moby captures behind-the-scenes footage while touring the world in support of his latest record. He says, "I watched [what] other bands [put on their DVDs] ó like the backstage footage and little movies that other bands had made ó and, not to be offensive, but most of them are really dull. So my goal with my little movie was to make it as quick and fun and stupid as possible. So it's just entertaining. There's none of this, sort of self-involved, 'how difficult life is on the road' stuff. It's just very light-hearted and silly."