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By: Chris Martin over 3 years ago

Right at the end of dc space's existence. They had just got back from Japan and had lots of banter about what they saw there.

By: John D. Carlo about 6 years ago

*the DC thing in 1991.

By: John D. Carlo about 6 years ago

We were maybe 18, newly arrived at AU, which we'd a lot of us scammed our way into because we loved the DC music we mailordered from our cornfields and suburban sinkholes hundreds of miles away. And someone must have heard from someone who was way cooler than we that Fugazi was going to play a farewell DC Space show. Me and my one buddy were last to get the word, and were on campus with the sun well set and traditional show-starting time nearing but we knew we had to try. So we started running. We ran to the Metro and got on and then got off and started running again. And we ran all the way to the door of the venue. And there was that sign: "Sold Out". And we asthmatically paced around because you could still at least listen to the show, a lot bands sounded better from out there really. And we must have looked a pretty sad pair, because we weren't going to bother the band, who were propped up against a wall a few feet away waiting to start the show, but one of them pushed off and walked over, and he looked at us for a half second and said "Go on in, tell them you're on Ian's list" -- the serious non-likeliness of which was well expressed by the doorman's look a minute later, but it may also have been some kind of code because he just waved us through -- and one of us just said "Thank you Ian," and it was what I think of now as like a haiku describing all that was right and good about t. Thank you again Ian and everyone.

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Fugazi Live Series FLS0417 Fugazi Washington, DC USA 12/8/1991

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Show Date:
 dc space
Played with:
Recorded by
 Joey Picuri
Mastered by
 Warren Russell-Smith
Original Source:
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Unannounced gig.

Play Sample Track
1. Intro
2. Great Cop Instrumental
3. Exit Only
4. And The Same
5. Interlude 1
6. Dear Justice Letter
7. Reclamation
8. Interlude 2
9. Cassavetes Instrumental
10. Last Chance for a Slow Dance
11. Styrofoam
12. Interlude 3
13. Turnover
14. Interlude 4
15. Long Division
16. Runaway Return
17. Interlude 5
18. Stacks
19. Latin Roots
20. Interlude 6
21. Two Beats Off
22. Interlude 7
23. Brendan #1
24. Shut the Door
25. Encore
26. Rend It
27. Interlude 8
28. Nice New Outfit
29. Merchandise
30. Outro

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