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MGMT

MGMT

Artist: MGMT

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Digital Album: $9.99
MGMT
MGMT

Artist: MGMT
DISK: 1
MP3
1. Alien Days
$1.29
2. Cool Song No. 2
$1.29
3. Mystery Disease
$1.29
4. Introspection
$1.29
5. Your Life Is a Lie
$1.29
6. A Good Sadness
$1.29
7. Astro-Mancy
$1.29
8. I Love You Too, Death
$1.29
9. Plenty Of Girls In the Sea
$1.29
10. An Orphan Of Fortune
$1.29

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Sbme/Columbia
Rel. Date: 09/17/2013
UPC: 888837601528

More Info:

MGMT are back with their self-titled third studio album. The successor to 2008's Oracular Spectacular and 2010's Congratulations, MGMT finds Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser continuing to push themselves to expand the boundaries of modern pop music. The world was given a taste of MGMT in April with the Record Store Day release (on limited edition cassette single) of album opener "Alien Days," hailed as an instant MGMT classic by fans and described by Rolling Stone as a "shimmering, psychedelic soundscape" and Spin as "a sumptuously detailed, exquisitely zonked-out space-rock construction."

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