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The Only Boy In Town - The Magnetic Fields - Love At The Bottom Of The Sea (CD, Album)


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2012
Label: Merge Records - MRG439 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Synth-pop, Indie Rock


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8 Commentsto The Only Boy In Town - The Magnetic Fields - Love At The Bottom Of The Sea (CD, Album)

  1. Maugrel says:
    Love at the bottom of the sea, however, simply sounds like a "Magnetic fields" album - this is the band going back to basics, which is not necessarily a BAD thing, but it seems as if Merritt has forgot to write inspired, richly melodic pop songs as consistently as he has done in the past/5(30).
  2. Dijora says:
    Mar 06,  · Editors’ Notes The Magnetic Fields return to their electropop roots (and their former home at Merge Records) for their 10th studio release, Love at the Bottom of the Sea. Fifteen short, synth-soaked songs in 34 minutes show off Stephin Merritt’s wordplay, wit, and gift for arrangement. Delivered in his distinctive sleepy deadpan manner, along with some quirky leads by Shirley Simms, these .
  3. Samulkree says:
    Love at the bottom of the sea, however, simply sounds like a "Magnetic fields" album - this is the band going back to basics, which is not necessarily a BAD thing, but it seems as if Merritt has forgot to write inspired, richly melodic pop songs as consistently as he has done in the past/5(32).
  4. Shaktikree says:
    The Magnetic Fields ' synth pop-saturated tenth studio album arrives after a trio of more guitar-oriented offerings (I, Distortion, and Realism). While Love at the Bottom of the Sea does feel like an amalgamation of Stephin Merritt 's epic 69 Love Songs and his excellent work under the 6ths moniker, especially on the giddy and typically infectious first single "Andrew in Drag," overproduction and a 6/
  5. Kazrazshura says:
    Love at the Bottom of the Sea is the tenth studio album by American indie pop band The Magnetic Fields. It was released in the U.K. on March 5, by record label Domino and in the U.S. on March 6, by Merge. Two singles, " Andrew in Drag " and "Quick!", were released from the album.
  6. Yozshusar says:
    Mar 06,  · Love at the Bottom of the Sea is The Magnetic Fields’ tenth full-length album, and is their first release of new material with Merge since ’s highly acclaimed 69 Love Songs.. After putting out three synthesizer-free albums, The Magnetic Fields are returning to the signature mix of synth and acoustic sounds they established in the 90s with Merge releases such as The Charm of the Highway.
  7. Shakajas says:
    Realism () was inspired by ’60s and ’70s orch folk. And, famously, there was ’s 69 Love Songs, a three-disc meditation on love. There is no official theme for The Magnetic Fields’ tenth full-length release, Love at the Bottom of the Sea, but Merritt describes it as a return to their roots (synths!).
  8. Gonos says:
    It began on March 6, the release date of Love at the Bottom of the Sea, and continued for two months. [10] In , it was announced that the band's eleventh studio album, 50 Song Memoir would contain fifty songs, akin to the 69 Love Songs concept, one to commemorate each year since Stephin Merritt .

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