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1. Insects Rule the World (Live, July 6, 1979)
2. I'm Not Interested (Live, July 6, 1979)
3. Sex Dolls (Live, July 6, 1979)
4. Can't See You Anymore (Live, July 6, 1979)
5. Sexual Economics (Live, July 6, 1979)
6. Do You Remember? (Live, July 6, 1979)
7. Nuclear Nightmare (Live, July 6, 1979)
8. All Tensed Up (Live, July 16, 1980)
9. Strange Week (Live, July 16, 1980)
10. Don't Try to Call (Live, July 16, 1980)
11. Industrial Grocery Store (Live, July 16, 1980)
12. Do the Bee (Live, July 16, 1980)
13. Do You Remember? (Live, July 16, 1980)
14. Ode to Bode (Live, July 16, 1980)
15. Don't Have a Life (Live, July 16, 1980)
16. All I've Got to Lose (Live, September 25, 1980)
17. Don't Try It (Live, September 25, 1980)
18. Writer's Cramp (Live, September 25, 1980)
19. Gilligan's Island (Live, September 25, 1980)
20. What Went Wrong? (Live, September 25, 1980)
21. Uncle Ron (Live, September 25, 1980)
22. MTC (Live, September 25, 1980)
23. Drug Party (Live, September 25, 1980)
24. Chinese Rock (Live, September 25, 1980)
25. Termination (Live, September 25, 1980)
26. Call on Me (Live, September 25, 1980)
27. Gravity (Live, September 25, 1980)
28. Statues (Live, September 25, 1980)

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HUSKER DU / TONITE LONGHORN - A 2CD set of rare, early Hüsker Dü live recordings, featuring original flyers and artwork. Drawn from the historical Hüsker Dü recording archives compiled by Terry Katzman, this double disc live set is an essential companion piece to the band's Savage Young Du Box Set. While the SYD release principally featured studio demos, the 28 tracks presented here are the aural and enchanting equivalent of a time machine that vividly thrusts the listener straight back to Husker Du's embryonic unsheathing on stage. Side A dates to July 1979. Side B gives us a full year's evolution to July 1980, while Sides C and D land the listener in September 1980. Perhaps 120 people in total saw these three Longhorn performances. Until now, a handful at most have heard the playbacks. So, rare and fresh, it's all here: the songs, the driven performances, the small club intimacy of being in front of select friends, fans, and peers, with one fair shot at getting it right. These four sides compellingly document that you can't doubt that they did.