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Boomkat Product Review:
"The band’s tenth full length album is their first release of new material for Domino, who have previously reissued some of the band’s classic period albums and Stephin Merritt’s recent ‘Obscurities’ collection. After putting out three synthesizer-free albums, The Magnetic Fields are returning to their signature mix of synth and acoustic sounds they established in the 90s with releases such as ‘The Charm Of The Highway Strip’ and ‘Get Lost’. Stephin Merritt has come back to synths with a fresh approach: “Most of the synthesizers on the record didn’t exist when we were last using synthesizers,” he notes. The songs - none over three minutes long - were recorded in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York with Merritt’s usual cast of collaborators: Claudia Gonson, Sam Davol, John Woo, Shirley Simms, Johny Blood and Daniel Handler."