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Summary

The great live show, recorded at Brixton Academy at the end of their sell-out 2006 tour.
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©2006 Universal Studios (P)2006 Universal Studios

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"The funniest thing you'll see this year on stage, television or film." (Paul Morely)
"If there had ever been a collaboration between David Bowie, Anthony Burgess, and Maurice Sendak, author of Where the Wild Things Are, it might have turned out something like this." ( The Observer)

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The mighty Boosh are amazing on television or just audio. there is no limit to they're excellence

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Not as good as the Radio Series

I must admit that despite being a big Might Boosh fan I was disappointed with this release. It?s definitely not for children as the dialog contains a lot of bad language ? which in my opinion doesn?t add anything to the comedy. This is only going to appeal to the hard core fans.

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