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Live video of Neon Indian at Great Scott in Allston, MA on February 9, 2010.

This video was produced by Extraneous Noise - exnoise.com

It was premiered on Prefix Mag -
prefixmag.com/media/neon-indian/shouldve-taken-acid-with-you-live-at-great-scott-v/39801/

For more videos of Neon Indian check out foundwaves.com - an online music magazine that creates original video, photo, and written content to cover excellent indie artists playing in Boston, MA.

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credits:
M. Frederico: Director, editor, and camera
Gray Turner: Camera 2
Andrew Zubatkin: Camera 3
Dan Seiders: Live Sound
Justin Marchetti: Audio Recording
VSC: Audio Post-Production

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