LCD Soundsystem's Farewell Concert to Be Released in Full for Record Store Day

The release will consist of five vinyl records.

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LCD Soundsystem's farewell concert is set to be released in full for Record Store DayNME reports.

"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.

Former LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy recently made his coffee line available to buy online. Murphy's brand of hot beverages, which are sold under the banner "House of Good," were made in collaboration with coffee company Blue Bottle. They are now selling a pound bag of the coffee on their official website for $26 (£15.50) each.

Earlier this week (February 24), Murphy also revealed a brief preview of his plan to turn the New York subway into a multi-station symphony. The producer wants to make every subway station in the US city have its own music, so that people will later associate the place with that sound.

"The Long Goodbye" traclkisting 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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    TaV0
    Awesome! Yet I wonder if this is different from the documentary [b]"Shut Up And Play The Hits (2012)" which covered the last 48 hours of the band and even the morning after their last gig, perhaps there are some extras which were left out from the 2012 documentary. I love these guys, one of the best bands of the last few years.
    chamiller005
    It is the same concert. I'm quite happy about this because I watched that movie thinking: "Gee, I'd love to have this concert without all the inane footage of James Murphy walking his dog and using his French Press"
    qcollis
    Agreed, and my favorite LCD song is Someone Great, which isn't shown in full in the documentary.
    TaV0
    Hahaha, the documentary is fun though, even with the dog-walking parts!
    Scrubbles
    Favorite band of the last decade. I had been hoping for a live album of this concert for a while as I really liked their cover of jump into the fire.