Tommy Stinson and Fred Armisen pay tribute to Dinosaur Jr.

RAGHAV MEHTA | Updated 12/4/2012

Twenty-fifth anniversary blowout of "You're Living All Over Me" also featured members of Pixies, Sonic Youth and the Smiths.

Dinosaur Jr.
Brantley Gutierrez

Nineties college-rock demigods Dinosaur Jr. celebrated the 25th anniversary of their seminal LP "You're Living All Over Me" in New York City on Saturday. But with a musical guest list that read like a who's-who of indie-rock royalty, the show delivered more than navel-gazing anniversary fluff, Slicing Up Eyeballs reported.

Everyone from Pixies frontman Frank Black to Sonic Youth darlings Kim Gordon and Lee Ranaldo  made appearances in the second half of the show, which included covers of the Pixies' "Tame" and "The Boy With The Thorn In His Side" by the Smiths, featuring Johnny Marr. One of the more memorable highlights was a particularly heated cover of the Stooges' "TV Eye," brought to you by the Replacements' Tommy Stinson, John Petkovic of Cobra Verde and showbiz's honorary hipster Fred Armisen on drums (because why the hell not?).

Here's the complete setlist; you can check out more YouTube clips here.

1. “Thumb” (with Suzanne Thorpe of Mercury Rev)

"You’re Living All Over Me" set:

2. “Little Fury Things” (with Lee Ranaldo of Sonic Youth)

3. “Kracked”

4. “Sludgefeast”

5. “The Lung”

6. “Raisans”

7. “Tarpit”

8. “In a Jar”

9. “Lose”

10. “Poledo”

Special guest career-spanning set:

11. “Almost Fare” (with Black Francis (Frank Black) of the Pixies)

12. “Tame” (Pixies cover with Black Francis)

13. “Alone” (with Kurt Vile)

14. “Don’t Pretend You Didn’t Know”

15. “Watch the Corners”

16. “The Wagon” (with Johnny Marr of The Smiths and Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene)

17. “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” (The Smiths cover, with Johnny Marr)

18. “Training Ground” (Deep Wound cover, with Dale Crover of The Melvins)

19. “Gargoyle”

20. “Crucified” (Iron Cross cover, with Don Fleming of Gumball)

21. “Don’t” (with Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth)

Encore:

22. “TV Eye” (Stooges cover, with Tommy Stinson of The Replacements, John Petkovic of Cobra Verde and Fred Armisen)

23. “Start Choppin”

24. “Freak Scene