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The Magnetic Fields 10/24/1995

Review

Stephin Merritt's homespun (although not carelessly lo-fi) approach to electronic pop is a big part of the Magnetic Fields' charm, but he may be starting to stretch it to the limit with Get Lost. The most electro-oriented of their releases to date, it's also perhaps their least engaging, although the brooding ballad "Don't Look Away" is one of their best songs. They may want to start thinking about varying their synthetic percussions and patterns more, as these are starting too sound a little too boxy and similar for comfort. ~ Richie Unterberger
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Famous The Magnetic Fields 3:11
  3. 2 The Desperate Things You Made Me Do The Magnetic Fields 3:55
  4. 3 Smoke and Mirrors The Magnetic Fields 3:9
  5. 4 With Whom to Dance? The Magnetic Fields 2:28
  6. 5 You and Me and the Moon The Magnetic Fields 3:0
  7. 6 Don't Look Away The Magnetic Fields 2:17
  8. 7 Save a Secret for the Moon The Magnetic Fields 3:2
  9. 8 Why I Cry The Magnetic Fields 3:37
  10. 9 Love Is Lighter Than Air The Magnetic Fields 3:0
  11. 10 When You're Old and Lonely The Magnetic Fields 1:57
  12. 11 The Village in the Morning The Magnetic Fields 3:40
  13. 12 All the Umbrellas in London The Magnetic Fields 3:19
  14. 13 The Dreaming Moon The Magnetic Fields 3:25

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