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Unlike the Band’s album of the same title, this souvenir of Killdozer’s farewell show doesn’t feature Neil Diamond or Robbie Robertson—which is probably why it’s the better record. But the reason could also be the mind-destroying tunes, the trenchant social commentary, and the retitled cover of Led Zeppelin’s “When the Levee Breaks.” Who really knows? —Michael Little