By Leah Greenblatt
Updated April 04, 2011 at 03:58 PM EDT
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If you were not amongst the thousands who were black and white and freaked all over for the last blowout night of New York dance-rock scene kings LCD Soundsystem’s Long Goodbye—or even if you were—it’s not too late to relive it.

From the opening notes of of 10 cc’s velveteen-rock classic “I’m Not In Love” (which I, in my all-black excitement, first mistook for Hall & Oates’ “She’s Gone”) and coverage of nearly all the “hits,” as it were (“Daft Punk Is Playing at My House,” “Get Innocuous!”, “Tribulations,” “Losing My Edge”) to an incendiary guest spot from singer/comedian Reggie Watts (on “45:33”), somewhat more demure appearances by members of Arcade Fire (“North American Scum”), and near-religious renditions of “Someone Great” and finale “New York I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down,” complete with a white-balloon weather system swirling down from Madison Square Garden’s cavernous ceiling, it was—in nearly every sense of the word—an epic undertaking.

Below, has uploaded all three hours and 40-plus minutes of extended rave-out space-jam bonanza (minus openers Liquid Liquid). Go ahead and clear out a four-by-four foot space in your cubicle today, and, with the power of the skip button at your disposal, dance yrself clean:

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