At the end of it all, I think my one and only main complaint about the main concert of this release was that it was filmed so early and doesn't have any of their newer material on it (as I mentioned above). The "bonus" disc that comes in this package takes a small bit of that sting away.
Along with a 30-minute backstage documentary (mockumentary, really) and 10 minutes of some of the funniest "deleted" scenes you'll ever see on a rock DVD, you also get a five-song set from Steel Panther's 2012 Download Festival performance, complete with a cameo from Slipknot's Corey Taylor to close it out on a rollicking "Death to All but Metal."
As much as I love the Brixton concert, if I were to be totally honest, I loved this small sample of the Panther in 2012. Hopefully their full set from the festival or any other show on their Balls Out tour finds its way onto a second live concert DVD, as I'll be one of the first in line to buy it.
Until then, this is damned fine release. If you're a fan of hair metal and have a solid sense of humor, British Invasion is very, very well worth the purchase.