Hugo Mudie and Louis Valiquette of Qu√©bec's Sainte Catherines paid tribute to No Use for Name's late vocalist Tony Sly with an acoustic cover of "International You Day." This isn't the first acoustic take on the fan favorite No Use song, Tony recorded an acoustic version of the song for his first Acoustic split with Joey Cape. The original electric version appeared on 2002's Hard Rock Bottom. We've included all three versions for you below.
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