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|Entertainment - Music|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 03:02|
MGMT is somewhat out of the scene. Having released a debut album that was quite a rage in the world, it is Oracula Spectacular, presented his second happened much unnoticed. It is exactly what they wanted, but hey, it's not easy to maintain the level of songs like "Kids" or "Electric Feel".
This time the U.S. group played for the first time since April in Montreal Osheaga Music Festival and played not only a song we already know, but in theory appears in the new production, which is not known absolutely nothing, but addition also made a cover of "Angie".
Unfortunately not heard the best, but you can enjoy. Considering that "Angie" is one of the biggest hits of the Rolling Stones and became over time one of the global rock anthems is difficult to reach the level. Anyway, this is a nice cover as the voice of Andrew Vanwingarden always welcome.
This new track follows the same line of the longest in the second production. These are issues I say, evolve progressively and is taking very little color. Particularly not what I like about MGMT. I'm more of the dance tracks, cortitos and put you in a good mood because they have a catchy melody. Anyway, not bad to see the duo who came to renew the scene a few years doing new things.