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Editors’ Notes

LCD Soundsystem ended their career in style with a jubilant concert at Madison Square Garden. They may have been darlings of 21st-century dance-rock, but The Long Goodbye feels more like a live record from classic rock’s ’70s peak: It’s loud, sloppy (in the best way), and long. Punk-funk guitars bully steady synths; live percussion tears at the drum machine’s robotic grip. Near the end, when James Murphy and the gang drop a ripping version of “Jump Into the Fire,” it sounds like Harry Nilsson jamming with Gang of Four.

Customer Reviews

Going out on a high note

I have this on concert on bluray. Its one of the best live concerts I have. They bring in so much talent for this concert, at times there is almost 30 people on stage making music. If you are a LCD fan you owe it to yourself to check this out.

The Long Goodbye

One of the best live albums I’ve ever heard. Awesome way to go out on top. So much heart in this. Best band.

Loved and missed

I was at this show. The best I have ever seen. The album brings me right back. Buy it if you are a fan. They were magic live.


Formed: 2002 in New York, NY

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s, '10s

LCD Soundsystem debuted with "Losing My Edge," a single that became one of the most talked-about indie releases of 2002. A self-effacing spoof of the outrageous pissing contests that often occur whenever music geeks cross paths ("I was there at the first Can show in Cologne," etc.) laid over a puttering electronic beat with the occasional bursts of discoid clatter, the track was also one of the first released on the DFA label. Several magazines and newspapers would eventually declare James Murphy,...
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