Got tickets for it like (22nd Cribs gig by my count, should get a life), but I'm not expecting it to be much good. These 10th anniversary indie classic album in full shows reek of tragedy and it's a bit upsetting to see The Cribs get pulled in. Men's Needs is just one of a string of great albums they have, and they play pretty much all of the good songs off it at all their gigs anyway. The album does have some proper naff tracks on it as well, I reckon only In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull would actually suit an album in full show.
My plan is to get drunk with my mates from school across some of Leeds' many delightful public houses. The album in full thing seems to have captured their imaginations because it came out when we were doing our GCSEs, first time we'll all be on a night out together since we got too old for Leeds festival (the one At The Drive-In and The Cure played at). So I suppose it's a net positive, and Be Safe will be mega.