LCD Soundsystem’s farewell concert to be released in full for Record Store Day

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LCD Soundsystem‘s farewell concert is set to be released in full for Record Store Day.

The Long Goodbye: LCD Soundsystem Live At Madison Square Garden will come out on five LP vinyl on April 19, with a wider vinyl and digital release set for May 19. The recording will be an unabridged version of the band’s final gig, coming in at almost four hours long. Scroll down for a full tracklisting. It includes ‘North American Scum’ with guest vocals from Arcade Fire and ’45:33′ featuring Reggie Watts. The show, which took place on April 2 2011 in New York, was documented by the film Shut Up And Play The Hits.

‘The Long Goodbye’ tracklisting is:

‘Dance Yrself Clean’
‘Drunk Girls’
‘I Can Change’
‘Time To Get Away
‘Get Innocuous!’
‘Daft Punk Is Playing At My House’
‘Too Much Love’
‘All My Friends’
‘Tired / Heart Of The Sunrise’
’45:33 Intro’
‘You Can’t Hide (Shame On You)’
‘Sound Of Silver’
‘Out In Space’
‘Ships Talking’
‘Freak Out / Starry Eyes’
‘Us v Them’
‘North American Scum’
‘Bye Bye Bayou’
‘You Wanted A Hit’
‘Tribulations’
‘Movement’
‘Yeah’
‘Someone Great’
‘Losing My Edge’
‘Home’
‘All I Want’
‘Jump Into The Fire’
‘New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down’



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