Much like its sibling, Vol 1 Everywhere Further Than Everyplace Else, Vol 2 Anyplace Crazy As Anywhere Else captures MOTÖRHEAD playing to massive amounts of people all over the globe in support of their most recent studio album, 2010’s The World Is Yours. This time around Lemmy, Phil and Mikkey perform a full 17 song headline set showcasing their patented brand of abrasive rock ‘n roll at last year’s Wacken Open Air in Germany. This is supplemented by half a dozen songs filmed live at Sonisphere UK and five tunes straight from the stage at Rock In Rio in Brazil. Given the fact that these three festivals occurred in July, August, and September 2011, setlist overlap was inevitable. In fact, ‘Killed By Death’ is aired in triumvirate, with Sonisphere earning the gold medal as that rendition features a pair of tantalizing firebreathers! Although the UK segment is only a highlight package as opposed to the complete concert, it’s immediately attention grabbing because before the band starts, Lemmy addresses the crowd by saying, “Wurzel, our guitar player for 11 years 1984 to 1995, died yesterday of a heart attack. This entire set, and the rest of our lives, is dedicated to Wurzel.” Mind you, the harrowing, somber tone immediately established doesn’t hamper ‘Iron Fist’ one bit. And Lemmy lightens the mood later on by dedicating ‘In The Name Of Tragedy’ to “William Fucking Shakespeare, that asshole!” Returning to the main feature in Wacken, during ‘Bomber’ the warplane shaped lighting truss, which was hidden from the crowd until this point, descends to the stage, flying mere feet above the band as the rain pours down upon a field full of dedicated fans; pretty impressive visual. Unfortunately the bonus features are rather boring, consisting solely of The Adventures Of Superfans Robert & Mick. These two hapless souls take viewers on a surprisingly tedious tour of the Wacken site including its beer vendors and merch booths, stopping very briefly to chat with SCORPIONS guitarist Rudolf Schenker, as well as the members of Motörhead. But when it comes to packaging, The Wörld Is Ours – Vol 2 is all aces. A four disc set comprised of two CDs, one DVD, and a Blu-Ray, in addition to a 24 page booklet; all that’s missing is the t-shirt. The Motörhead live experience is now complete.