Another Friday, another visit to that bustling metropolis we like to call Bootleg City — and this week, as promised, here’s eighteen tracks of live HÁ¼sker DÁ¼. Supernova, recorded on the band’s final tour in 1987, is — I believe — one of the more widely reproduced bootlegs in existence (my copy was released by Kiss the Stone; our dear pal Benja swears he had a Blind Pig version), but hey…that must mean there’s something to it, eh?

Well. Perhaps, perhaps not. But for the price of admission, you can’t beat the show. Do your DÁ¼, dear friends, and meet me back here next Friday, when we all get happy, Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1 style!

These Important Years
Charity, Chastity, Prudence, and Hope
Standing in the Rain
Back From Somewhere
Ice Cold Ice
You’re A Soldier
Could You Be the One?
Too Much Spice
Everytime/Bed of Nails
Tell You Why Tomorrow
What’s Going On
Chartered Trips
Green Eyes
Celebrated Summer
She’s A Woman (And Now Is A Man)
Never Talking to You Again
Gotta Lotta
Hare Krsna

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