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The Nuns Litany - The Magnetic Fields - Distortion (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album)

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  1. Nov 19,  · Magnetic Fields - The Nun's Litany (Stephin Merritt vocals) - Duration: SAtrenchfoot 17, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Magnetic Fields The Nun´s Litany .
  2. Love "The Nuns," didn't love this record being a I wouldn't expect anything other than a 33 from a modern punk record, and the listing and album cover should have mentioned the different speed. I 2/5(2).
  3. Aug 27,  · The Nuns The Nuns LP (BOMP!/Posh Boy, ) TRACKLIST: 01 - Savage 02 - Media Control 03 - World War III 04 - You Think You're The Best 05 - .
  4. The band's eighth album and second Nonesuch release is a follow-up to 's critically acclaimed i, an album that's songs all began with the letter "i," and that's sound Magnetic Fields songwriter and frontman Stephin Merritt has referred to as "self-conciously soft rock."Distortion is both a departure from and a response to i: an album of three-minute power-pop songs, composed and produced.
  5. The Magnetic Fields are true to their neo-psychedelic twinged synth pop form in "Distortion". As the name implies, the music is heavily laden with distorted synthesizer, but it can often fade to a background drone like the unfingered pipe of a bagpipe, as it does in 'Old Fools'/5.
  6. The Magnetic Fields is a New York-based group fronted by Stephin enchasingosawatch.merolmimordelararetergioluti.infoinfo albums released under the name "The Magnetic Fields" usually consist of synth-pop music in a s style underlying clever lyrics which are often heavily ironic. While synth-pop often forms the foundation of their music, The Magnetic Fields' music borrows from many other styles, notably country, folk and indie pop.
  7. Jan 15,  · Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices.5/5(1).
  8. The Magnetic Fields: Distortion February 5, by Shane Handler in Album Reviews Comments Off on The Magnetic Fields: Distortion The Magnetic Fields have been making their distinguishable synth pop for the better part of two decades, but have remained below the Pavement/Sonic Youth line in popularity amongst their indie peers.

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