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Take it with a pinch of salt, but over the weekend this pretty convincing Lollapalooza internal memo hit the internet. I mean blurry photographs of lineup lists aren’t set in stone, but it looks pretty legit – and includes headline acts by The Black Keys, Black Sabbath, and The Shins. Check out the full thing after the jump.
But they did, playing their last show at Madison Square Garden last Saturday, stretching the last hurrah out over a 230-minute show. Which is pretty long, as these go. They played all of their songs, and I mean all of them – from the Billboard Top 10 ‘This Is Happening’ to song titles I had to google.