Friday, 6th June 2003 - The Mandela Hall in Belfast. Therapy? came home. WE came home. It was a bit special. A new magazine, Alternative Ulster was being launched, Across The Line the radio show was recording it. Two other bands, the fantastic Yakusa and Some Days Better were playing. This was gonna be great. It was beyond great. One of the best nights of my life. Thirteen years. Thirteen years we've been doing this. We've seen most things that you're meant to see in a rock and roll band and we've done most things you're meant to have done in a rock and roll band. We've also, on occasion, f**ked up badly. But nights like this are why we do it. Why we Still do it. Northern Ireland is where the band started from and no doubt it shaped us as people whether we're aware of it or not. On this night we couldn't have been anywhere else but home. It's in the people. F**k politics, let's rock - Andy Cairns.
Tracklisting: - Hey Satan You Rock - Who Knows - Nowhere - Nobody Here But Us - Church of Noise - I Am the Money - Stories - Not in My Name - If It Kills Me - Die Laughing - My Voodoo Doll - Ten Year Plan - Trigger Inside - Potato Junkie - Diane - Rust - Teethgrinder - Knives - Screamager