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While Toronto shook with the thundering sounds of LCD Soundsystem and the Juan MacLean, at the Return To New York party , I was blissfully pounding pints in London's Soho district hurling explitives at Madonna's exclusive G-A-Y concert at the London Astoria. Normally, I would have killed to see the LCD Soundsystem play (they are very tight and very high energy indeed), but my fair share of DFA related mayhem was already sufficiently fulfilled with a DFA party featuring Tim Goldsworthy at London Shoreditch's Plastic People deejay gig. This classic was played to much fanfare. It's as fresh and relevant as it was when it was first released. Such a sorry state of hipsterdom at the brink of maturity. Watch the video (qt).

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