Historia / Live: In the Round, in Your Face is a DVD from Def Leppard. The DVD is a double feature which includes the original Historia and Live: In the Round, in Your FaceVHS releases combined onto a single disc. The DVD also includes brand new interviews and previously unreleased music videos as extra features. The original footage was not remastered, however the soundtrack was remastered to enhanced stereo.
The instrumental played during the opening montage of the audience entering the arena while the band warms up backstage is an edit of the "Lunar Mix" of "Rocket" (found on the 2006 "Deluxe Edition" of Hysteria) while the instrumental "Switch 625" is played over the credits, along with backstage clips of the band.
The 2001 DVD release contains errors not present on the original VHS and Laserdisc releases. According to sources close to the band, there are no plans to fix the errors at this time:
The video for "Bringin' On the Heartbreak (with Phil Collen)" contains a repeat of the audio from "Bringin' On the Heartbreak (with Pete Willis)" instead of the normal, remixed audio.
During "Pour Some Sugar On Me (UK Version)" the audio originally contained demolition sounds such as glass breaking and walls crumbling while the house they were performing in was torn down around them. The sounds have been removed from the DVD release.