There's about 11 extraneous minutes on LCD Soundsystem's self-titled debut, and they're all in the final track. But LCD braintrust James Murphy gives fair warning with the title: "Yeah (Pretentious Ve

There's about 11 extraneous minutes on LCD Soundsystem's self-titled debut, and they're all in the final track. But LCD braintrust James Murphy gives fair warning with the title: "Yeah (Pretentious Version)." He is half of the DFA, the production duo that jump-started a post-punk revival three years ago with the Rapture's dancefloor smash, "House of Jealous Lovers." On this double-CD, he continues to make the indie kids dance, pilfering from Talking Heads' art-school funk ("Too Much Love") and even '80s ephemera like Tones on Tail ("Daft Punk Is Playing at My House"). LCD Soundsystem hit the underground running a couple of years ago with several vinyl singles, included here on a second disc. The best of these ("Losing My Edge," "Beat Connection") exemplify Murphy's aging-hipster sensibility; he's that older brother with the cool record collection. Music nerds will no doubt parse every line and dissect every in-joke. But you'll have a better time if you just dance to the beat.—JM