>Also that documentary they did which was on VHS.
Bittersweet Motel I assume? It's a great rock doc regardless of band. Super fortunate that the filmmakers captured them so intimately in 97 and 98 when they were really exploding in popularity and discovering a new level of live creativity.
Rift and Lawn Boy are both full of live favourites. Rift is probably their studio album that captures their live sound the closest. A candidate for their best studio record for sure. Lawn Boy is a weird one, just about every song is a live classic but the arrangements differ from the live versions a lot more than usual, and the production feels kind of cheap in a way their other early albums don't. which makes the album play more like a collection of early, still in-progress versions of the songs compared to the "finished" live arrangements. They also add in some awkward studio trickery and weird overdubs that detracts far more than it adds. It's definitely a great record to use for comparing live and studio versions though. and a good one to hear since a lot of their most famous songs are on there.