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Congratulations
Studio album by MGMT
Released Spring 2010
Recorded Early 2009 - October 2009
Genre Electronica
Neo-psychedelia
Indie rock
Label Sony/Columbia
Producer Pete Kember, MGMT
MGMT chronology
Oracular Spectacular
(2007)
Congratulations
(2010)

Congratulations is the forthcoming second album from MGMT[1] expected to be released in spring 2010.

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History

MGMT began writing for the album in early 2009 in a "small cabin in the woods", eventually heading to Malibu to record with Pete Kember, ex-member of Spacemen 3, and vocal contributions from Royal Trux singer Jennifer Herrema[2] VanWyngarden has stated that the album is influenced by the band's massive rise in popularity since Oracular Spectacular's release, saying "[i]t's us trying to deal with all the craziness that's been going on since our last album took off. Sometimes it just doesn't feel natural."[2].

January 12th, 2010, Andrew Van Wyngarden declared the album finished in an interview on the Spin Magazine website, saying: "It's mixed and mastered, and now we're just working on presenting it to the world". It will be released during the spring.[3]

According to Alt-Nation (Satellite radio), MGMT is working on a "top secret" project with Sir Paul McCartney. (Citation???) It is unclear if the song(s) will be included on 'Congratulations.'

Expected Tracks

  • It's Working
  • Song For Dan Treacy
  • Congratulations
  • I Found a Whistle
  • Flash Delirium
  • The Hedgehog
  • Siberian Breaks
  • Brian Eno
  • Lady Dada's Nightmare

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