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Daydream Nation (Deluxe Edition)

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Teen Age Riot (Album Version)
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Silver Rocket (Album Version)
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The Sprawl (Album Version)
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'Cross the Breeze (Album Version)
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Eric's Trip (Album Version)
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Total Trash (Album Version)
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Hey Joni (Album Version)
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Providence (Album Version)
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Candle (Album Version)
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Rain King (Album Version)
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Kissability (Album Version)
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A) the Wonder (Album Version)
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B) Hyperstation (Album Version)
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Z) Eliminator Jr. (Album Version)
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Eric's Trip (Home Demo)
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The Sprawl (Live)
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'Cross the Breeze (Live)
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Hey Joni (Live)
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Silver Rocket (Live)
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Kissability (Live)
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Eric's Trip (Live)
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Candle (Live)
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The Wonder (Live)
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Hyperstation (Live)
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Eliminator Jr. (Live)
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Providence (Live)
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Teen Age Riot (Live)
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Rain King (Live)
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Totally Trashed (Live)
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Total Trash (Live)
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Within You Without You
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Touch Me I'm Sick
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Computer Age
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Electricity
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Six Degrees of Sonic Youth’s Daydream Nation

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They Say All Music Guide

Great as it is, Sonic Youth’s seminal Daydream Nation wasn’t quite calling out for a deluxe edition reissue. While there were a few stray songs from concurrently released singles from the late ’80s, the sprawling double LP didn’t leave much original non-LP material in the vaults. None, in fact, so Universal’s 2007 double-disc reissue relies on live versions of every song from the album, all recorded at various points throughout the years, and these are buttressed by a demo of “Eric’s Trip” and covers originally heard on singles and tribute albums (the Beatles’ “Within You, Without You,” Mudhoney’s “Touch Me I’m Sick,” Neil Young’s “Computer Age,” Captain Beefheart’s “Electricity”). So, anybody looking for big revelations or hidden gems will be disappointed by this deluxe edition, but it’s hard to deny the pleasures in the live second disc, either. Instead of following the album’s running order, this live set jumps from song to song, forcing attention on the strengths of the individual songs and Sonic Youth’s always captivating, frequently riveting performances. This may not make for essential listening, but anybody who truly loves Daydream Nation will find this deluxe edition quite easy to enjoy. – Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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