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With those guys it’s all about the approach to making music and what that music means and it always involves messing with the formula a little bit.
We took a lot away from that." Get the full story of MGMT in today’s Hot Press with the band on the cover.
But with their second album, Congratulations, MGMT have flipped controversially into another dimension.
And at an age (28) when most of his former White Station High School classmates are still building their futures, Andrew’s is right now. I steel myself for amateur art that only a family member could love, and try to affix a facial expression that won’t get me fired.
The song concludes with a nod to the destiny of Elvis or Jim Morrison: “We’ll choke on our vomit and that will be the end.” All sung over one of the catchiest tunes you’ll ever want to hear.
My put-upon smile has by now long dissolved into the real thing. On the show, Van Wyngarden wore a King Tut T-shirt he had bought at Flashback, a vintage clothing store in Memphis.
In Memphis, he played hockey at the Mall of Memphis and the Mid-South Coliseum.
One of his opponents was Matt Cain, a young man who would go on to be a star athlete at Houston High and who today pitches for the San Francisco Giants.
Then Andrew’s voice sings, “I’m feeling rough, I’m feeling raw, I’m in the prime of my life.” About a musician on the precipice of mega-fame, “Time to Pretend” is a fun, funny, tragic affair.