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Time To Pretend - MGMT - Oracular Spectacular+4 (CD, Album)

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  1. Time to Pretend Album Version Buy track Dave Fridmann, Producer - Dave Fridmann, Engineer - Ben Goldwasser, Composer - Andrew VanWyngarden, Composer - Andrew VanWyngarden, Lyricist - Greg Calbi, Mastering Engineer - MGMT, Performer - MGMT, Producer -.
  2. "Time to Pretend" is a song by the American indie band MGMT, released as the lead single from their debut studio album Oracular Spectacular () on March 3, An earlier version had been released on their Time to Pretend EP. The single was released as a 7" and CD single featuring the B-sides "Weekend Wars" (BBC Radio 1 Session) and "Metanoia", mieritabrederreviconsiphymoto.coinfo: 7", CD.
  3. MGMT lyrics - 58 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Time To Pretend", "Electric Feel".
  4. In July of , a year after MGMT broke out with Oracular Spectacular and became a household name for hipsters, Cantora Records re-released the duo's EP, Time to mieritabrederreviconsiphymoto.coinfoered by Greg Calibi, the disc includes the original versions of the singles "Kids" and "Time to Pretend," along with four tracks that didn't make the mieritabrederreviconsiphymoto.coinfo's interesting to hear the hits before Dave Price: $
  5. Listen free to MGMT – Time To Pretend (Time to Pretend, Time To Pretend (Clean Version)). 2 tracks (). "Time to Pretend" is the debut single (in the UK) from MGMT's debut album Oracular Spectacular. The single is released as a 7" and CD featuring the b-sides "Weekend Wars" and "Metanoia," respectively.
  6. Oct 25,  · Oracular Spectacular is the first major label studio album by American band MGMT, released digitally October 2, and physically on January 22, Track.
  7. Time to Pretend (High Contrast remix) by MGMT (track 1) Time to Pretend (Jorge Elbrecht of Violens remix) by MGMT (track 1) later releases.
  8. When MGMT were asked by their record label for a list of their dream producers, with low expectations they sarcastically replied: Prince, Nigel Godrich, Barack Obama, and "not Sheryl Crow."Columbia returned with Dave Fridmann, the producer extraordinaire best known for his work with Flaming Lips and Mercury mieritabrederreviconsiphymoto.coinfo typical Fridmann fashion, Oracular Spectacular is a glamorous mega-production Price: $

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