Realism

Realism


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Official Release Date Feb 02, 2010
Artist Magnetic Fields
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005099218
Item Code  0075597980172

track listing

Track #Title1.1You Must Be Out of Your Mind1.2Interlude1.3We Are Having a Hootenanny1.4I Don't Know What to Say1.5The Dolls' Tea Party1.6Everything Is One Big Christmas Tree1.7Walk a Lonely Road1.8Always Already Gone1.9Seduced and Abandoned1.10Better Things1.11Painted Flower1.12The Dada Polka1.13From a Sinking Boat2.1You Must Be Out of Your Mind2.2Interlude2.3We Are Having a Hootenanny2.4I Don't Know What to Say2.5The Dolls' Tea Party2.6Everything Is One Big Christmas Tree2.7Walk a Lonely Road2.8Always Already Gone2.9Seduced and Abandoned2.10Better Things2.11Painted Flower2.12The Dada Polka2.13From a Sinking Boat

description

2010 release from the Alt-Rock/Pop band led by Stephen Merrit. Described by Merritt as "my folk album", the instrumentation of Realism is largely acoustic, stark in contrast to the band's previous album, Distortion, released in 2008. Merritt said he "thought of the two records as a pair" and considered titling the albums True and False; ultimately, he couldn't decide which title would correspond with which album. Merritt avoided using a traditional drum kit, further separating the sound of Realism from the Noise Pop of Distortion. Along with Distortion and the 2004 album i, Realism was also recorded without the use of synthesizers, completing the band's "no-synth trilogy". This vinyl editon was pressed on 180 gram vinyl and comes with a bonus CD.

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