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Name:[FLAC] The Magnetic Fields The Wayward Bus Distant Plastic Trees

Total Size: 416.57 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-10-05 11:42:40 (Update Now)

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Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt (Size: 416.57 MB) (Files: 29)

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 The Magnetic Fields - The Wayward Bus Distant Plastic Trees.m3u

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 20. Josephine.flac

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 21. 100000 Fireflies.flac

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 19. Falling In Love With The Wolfboy.flac

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 18. Tar-Heel Boy.flac

16.67 MB

 16. Babies Falling.flac

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 17. Living In An Abandoned Firehouse With You.flac

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 13. Smoke Signals.flac

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 14. You Love To Fail.flac

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 15. Kings.flac

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 12. Railroad Boy.flac

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 08. Jeremy.flac

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 09. Dancing In Your Eyes.flac

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 10. Suddenly There Is A Tidal Wave.flac

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 05.JPG

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 06. Summer Lies.flac

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 07. Old Orchard Beach.flac

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 05. Tokyo A Go-Go.flac

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 04.JPG

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 04. Candy.flac

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 03. Lovers From The Moon.flac

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 02. The Saddest Story Ever Told.flac

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 01. When You Were My Baby.flac

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Please someone upload a FLAC version of \"HOLIDAY\" and \"THE CHARM OF THE HIGHWAY STRIP\". Then I\'ll up \"GET LOST\".

1. When You Were My Baby
2. The Saddest Story Ever Told
3. Lovers from the Moon
4. Candy
5. Tokyo a Go-Go
6. Summer Lies
7. Old Orchard Beach
8. Jeremy
9. Dancing in Your Eyes
10. Suddenly There Is a Tidal Wave
11. Railroad Boy
12. Smoke Signals
13. You Love to Fail
14. Kings
15. Babies Falling
16. Living in an Abandoned Firehouse With You
17. Tar-Heel Boy
18. Falling in Love With the Wolfboy
19. Josephine
20. 100,000 Fireflies

The Magnetic Fields debut, Distant Plastic Trees, is a fine album in its own right, although to many fans of the group it will serve more as a blueprint for Stephin Merritt\'s later work. One of two albums recorded with vocalist Susan Anway, the record makes amazing use of cheap keyboards and drum machines to create a series of diverse sounding songs that exude a timeless wistfulness, simplicity, and a rural atmosphere. As fine as the Magnetic Fields later work is, this feel was never was quite duplicated. \"Smoke Signals\" and \"100,000 Fireflies\" are among Merritt\'s best songs, with beautiful instrumentation and haunting vocals. When the songwriter pursues more of an experimental vision, as on \"Kings\" and the cover of \"Babies Falling,\" the results are interesting, but lack the sheer beauty of the record\'s best moments, like the quiet simplicity of \"Josephine.\" The album also contains the first of Merrit\'s forays into other musical styles, the Appalachian-drenched \"Tar-Heel Boy.\" The record was later combined with 1991\'s The Wayward Bus on one CD.

The sound of The Wayward Bus is quite similar to Distant Plastic Trees, filled as it is with walls of cheap synthesizers and drum machines while featuring the haunting vocals of Susan Anway. The atmosphere of the album is also, like its predecessor, filled with a sort of melancholic wistfulness. Yet there are major differences between the two records. Primarily, The Wayward Bus works in many ways as a tribute of sorts to Phil Spector and Brian Wilson. Several tracks here use the rhythms to Spector\'s \"Be My Baby,\" while the theme of summer love often recurs. Furthermore, there is little of the out-and-out experimentation heard on the debut, while Merritt added cello and horns to his music for the first time. While there\'s nothing here as gorgeous as \"100,000 Fireflies,\" the record is more consistent than The Wayward Bus, and the simple beauty of tracks like \"Lovers From the Moon\" and \"Candy\" rank among Merritt\'s best songwriting, as does the Japanese pop pastiche, \"Tokyo a Go-Go.\" Anway\'s last album with the group, The Wayward Bus was later released on one CD with Distant Plastic Trees.

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