Technical Specs
BD-50 Dual-Layer Disc
3-Disc Set

Video Resolution/Codec
1080p/AVC MPEG-4

Aspect Ratio(s)

Audio Formats
English DTS-HD MA 5.1 (48 kHz / 4305 kbps / 24-bit)
English LPCM 2.0 (48 kHz / 2304 kbps / 24-bit)



Disc 1: Shut Up and Play the Hits
Extended Interview (1080p, 18:48): Additional footage from Chuck Klosterman's interview with James Murphy, who discusses The Flaming Lips, record curating, his worst concert experience and best fan interaction, rehearsal for the final show, and more.
Choir Rehearsal Outtake (1080p, 4:51): Footage from the all-male choir practicing backstage.
Swearing Reel Outtake (1080p, 00:17): Seventeen seconds of Keith Wood, Murphy's manager, cussing up a storm.
Catching Up with Keith (1080p, 10:14): Murphy goes out to catch up with the now-retired Keith in the upstate New York countryside, bringing some audio recording gear out to capture the outdoorsy ambience.
Original Theatrical Trailer (1080p, 2:22)

Disc 2: LCD Soundsystem Farewell Concert at Madison Square Garden on April 2, 2011 (Part 1)
Dance Yrself Clean
Drunk Girls
I Can Change
Time to Get Away
Get Innocuous
Daft Punk is Playing at My House
Too Much Love
All My Friends
45:33 - You Can't Hide (Shame on You)
Sound of Silver
45:33 - Out In Space
45:33 - Ships Talking
Freak Out / Starry Eyes

Disc 3: LCD Soundsystem Farewell Concert at Madison Square Garden on April 2, 2011 (Part 2)
Us V Them
North American Scum
Bye Bye Bayou
You Wanted a Hit
Someone Great
Losing My Edge
All I Want
Jump Into the Fire
New York, I Love You, But You're Bringing Me Down

On April 2nd 2011, LCD Soundsystem played its final show at Madison Square Garden in New York City. LCD frontman James Murphy, disbanding one of the most celebrated and influential groups of its generation at the peak of its popularity, ensured that the band would go out on top with the biggest concert of its career. The instantly sold out, near four-hour extravaganza featured special appearances by Arcade Fire and Reggie Watts and moved the crowd of thousands to tears of joy and grief.

Shut Up And Play The Hits both captures this once-in-a-lifetime event with stunning visuals and serves as an intimate portrait of Murphy as he navigates the 48 hours surrounding the show. Woven throughout is an honest and unflinching conversation between Murphy and author Chuck Klosterman as they discuss music, art, aging, and the decision to call it quits while at the
top of your game.