The Handshake - MGMT - Oracular Spectacular (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 02,  · Certainly not Ben Goldwasser and Andrew VanWyngarden, who, before signing to Columbia Records as MGMT, had essentially been writing pop songs as a joke. Turns out, irony would be their most potent device on the duo’s debut album, Oracular Spectacular, in which they spike rock-star cliches and acid-induced paranoia with millennial angst and hipster snark.
  2. Sep 02,  · The Handshake - MGMT - Oracular Spectacular I just shook the handshake I just sealed the deal I'll try not to let them Take everything they .
  3. Apr 24,  · Oracular Spectacular is the seminal album for MGMT and every track on it is pure fun! It's well-worth getting this version of the album as added are the four bonus tracks taken from the singles, so you don't have to get off your ass to play Metanoia separately. And plus plus the 3 extra videos, plus plus plus Japanese lyrics /5(K).
  4. Indie, pop, dance, electronic, psychedelic all are good adjectives to describe MGMT's Oracular Spectacular. Poetic and strange lyrics accompany great beats and strong synth sounds to make a truly unique album. Some songs are nostalgic sounding, like they miss a past or innocence, while many others evoke a hedonistic style (of music and life)/5().
  5. Jun 03,  · I'm actually surprised by the 2 bad reviews this album has received because I've listened to the 'Time To Pretend' ep and Oracular Spectacular and have fallen in love with both. I originally avoided listening to MGMT because I believed they were most probably undeservingly over-hyped and a bit 'cooler-than-thou' for my liking/5().
  6. Oct 25,  · Oracular Spectacular is the first major label studio album by American band MGMT, released digitally October 2, and physically on January 22, Track.
  7. The Handshake This song is by MGMT and appears on the album Oracular Spectacular (). I just shook the handshake, I just sealed the deal I'll try not to let them take everything they can steal.
  8. To my ears, Congratulations had sounded like MGMT delivering on the promise of Oracular Spectacular, and MGMT sounded like the band diving back into their own thoughts, using the recording studio to explore soundscapes, somewhat at the expense of more conventional songwriting (which MGMT excels at). These three albums are unique from one.

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