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Titolo:
Climbing To New Lows
Interprete:
MGMT
Stile:
Synth-pop, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Pop
Rilasciato:
2005
Paese:
USA & Canada
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2167 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2681 mb
Etichetta:
Not On Label (The Management Self-Released)

Tracklist


1Greyhoundredux4:34
2We Don't Care3:56
3Intro (Come On Christmas)1:28
4Money To Burn3:24
5Honey Bunny4:21
6The Kids Quartet2:17
7Kids (Afterschool Dance Megamix)6:06
8We Care5:02
9Hot Love Drama4:10
10Grutu (Just Becuz)3:30


Album


Climbing to New Lows is the second release from the band known as MGMT. This is their first full album, which consists entirely of Demos. It was released sometime before August in 2005. We dont know how these tracks got out there, butClimbing to New Lows is the second release from the band known as MGMT. We dont know how these tracks got out there, but its safe to say that they were probably burned onto & given away at shows, like the We Dont Care E. All of the songs on this Demo Album that appear on earlier or later releases are different than the versions found here. Climbing to New Lows Q&A. MGMT is the self-titled third studio album by the American rock band MGMT, released on September 17, 2013 by Columbia Records. On September 27, 2010, an interview article in Spin quoted MGMT as saying that they would have less freedom on this album, claiming that Columbia Records was not happy with the reception of the band's second album Congratulations. MGMT later denied these statements in an email to Pitchfork, who cited the article on their own site as a side note to a different story, stating. Climbing to New Lows is a demo album that inadvertently became the first full album release of MGMT, at the time known as The Management. It was to New Lows was intended only as a demo album that leaked on to the Internet in 2005. It featured some tracks from their self-released We Don't Care EP in 2004, like We Care, We Don't Care, Grutu Just Becuz and Kids. Tracklist: 1. Intro Come On Christmas 1:28 2. Climbing to New Lows. Critic Score. The introduction to this record is one of my favorites of all time, and sets up a fairly good theme for the rest of the album. I am surprised that most people seem to dislike this record, as I actually really like it a lot. I've heard a lot of complaints about the vocals on this album, but personally I do not mind them at all. In fact, I think the vocals work especially well on specific tracks such as Money To Burn which is a fantastic song. The instrumentals are relatively. read more. 2mo. MGMT : Climbing to New Lows. Indie Rock, USA 2005 - Self-Released Learn more. Indie Rock - USA Learn more. Spirit of rock. Climbing to New Lows is a demo album by the American rock band The Management now known as MGMT that inadvertently became their first full release. Climbing to New Lows-a catchy demo set from their undergrad days-will make anyone see what attracted the bigwigs at Columbia in the first place. With music and lyrics centered around innocence and sincerity. Climbing To New Lows is ranked 23,428th in the overall chart, 5,253rd in the 2000s, and 560th in the year 2005. Climbing To New Lows by MGMT Year: 2005 Release date: 2005-01-01 Overall rank: 23,428th. Average Rating: 72100 from 14 votes. Redirected from Climbing to New Lows. The discography of MGMT, a Connecticut-based indie rock group, consists of four studio albums, one compilation album, one demo album, four extended plays, eleven singles including one as a featured artist and fourteen music videos. Originally known under the name The Management, the group was founded in 2002 by Andrew VanWyngarden and Ben Goldwasser during their freshman year as art students at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. After graduating. Climbing to New Lows was a demo album that inadvertently became the first full album release of MGMT, at the time known as The Management. It was their last release as The Management. In 2004, the group had changed their name to MGMT and signed with Cantora Records for their first official release, the Time to Pretend EP on August 30, 2005. Climbing to New Lows was intended only as a demo album that leaked on to the Internet in 2005 It featured some tracks from their self-released We Don't Care EP in 2004, like We Care, We Don't Care, Grutu

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What he said ⬆⬆ This is too cool to not be released!