"Music Without Fear"
 - Returning in 2001 with a new album, Beyond Good and Evil, after calling it a day way back in 1995, a seven year hiatus seems to have imbued British rockers The Cult with a new lease on life. The album, the best since their zenith in the late '80s, displays the soul of 1985’s Love, the raw energy of 1987’s Electric, and the polished, assured performances of 1989’s Sonic Temple. Undertaking a typically gruelling tour schedule in support of the new album, August 2001 found the boys fronting an appreciative crowd in the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. Captured especially for DVD, the performance sees The Cult back to their live best; letting loose a wall of bare-bones, high-energy rock that brings the house down.

Music without Fear - Live, DVD, GER, 0927 46989-2
Music without Fear - Live, VID, USA, ID1434CC
Music without Fear - Classic Performance Live, DVD/CD, EUR, 505144 2857320, re-release w/ bonus live cd
Live In California featuring The Cult, VIDCD, MAL, BSEL3134, Music Without Fear (Lil' Devil omits)

Rockline - Premiere Radio Networks sept 23, 2002, CD2, USA, call in radio broadcast to promote Live in LA dvd (w/ selfmade sleeve)


Music without Fear - original proof artwork DVD and VHS cover package:
- original 1st generation proof for the DVD cover
- original 1st generation proof for the VHS cover
- photocopied sample of amandments
- proof of the promo sticker
- 2 record company e-mails with design amandments for DVD/VHS
- cd-r w/ all the high definition design components from the art studio
- signed proof of authenticity