However much you love Kanye West, it's probably not as much as John Colandra. The 23-year-old New Jersey native stitched together footage from the rapper's most recent tour to bring the glorious eccentricities of Yeezus to all. So, while we patiently wait for Hype Williams to drop the official Yeezus film, the two-hour long fan-made version is definitely a worth a watch.

This unofficial tribute includes both professional and crowd shot video from almost every stop on the tour, footage from every imaginable angle and surprisingly good audio. This seven month labor of video editing love is impressive, but the most impressive part of the whole endeavor is Kanye's ability to keep a fan enamored for the duration of a two hour YouTube video. Kanye West's otherworldly powers shine through in this iPhone-shot-concert-video-cum-emotional-journey and deserve a sincere shout out.

And while we'd like to thank John Colandra for this beautiful gift, we're too busy feeling hyped about his plans give the same guerrilla documentary treatment to the Watch The Throne and the Glow In The Dark tours. God bless the power of YouTube videos.