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The Magnetic Fields' 2004 Nonesuch debut album, i, released on vinyl for the first time for Record Store Day 2023 last month, is now available in the Nonesuch Store. This limited-edition LP is on 140-gram, gold-colored vinyl. You can take a quick look inside in the unboxing video and get the vinyl here. "Stephin Merritt is an incomparable lyricist capable of balancing arch wit with painfully acute observation," the Guardian said upon the album's release. "The most exciting dissector of modern love around."

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The Magnetic Fields' 2004 Nonesuch debut album, i, released on vinyl for the first time for Record Store Day 2023 last month, is now available in the Nonesuch Store. This limited-edition LP is on 140-gram, gold-colored vinyl. You can take a quick look inside in the unboxing video below and get the vinyl here.

The long-awaited follow-up to the beloved 69 Love Songs, i found singer-songwriter Stephin Merritt in full possession of his acerbic wit, and the album features lyrics ripe with melancholy and bittersweet imagery. At the time of release, the Guardian wrote: "Merritt is an incomparable lyricist capable of balancing arch wit with painfully acute observation. The most exciting dissector of modern love around."

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The Magnetic Fields: 'i' [vinyl]
  • Friday, May 19, 2023
    The Magnetic Fields' 'i' Record Store Day Vinyl Now in Nonesuch Store

    The Magnetic Fields' 2004 Nonesuch debut album, i, released on vinyl for the first time for Record Store Day 2023 last month, is now available in the Nonesuch Store. This limited-edition LP is on 140-gram, gold-colored vinyl. You can take a quick look inside in the unboxing video below and get the vinyl here.

    The long-awaited follow-up to the beloved 69 Love Songs, i found singer-songwriter Stephin Merritt in full possession of his acerbic wit, and the album features lyrics ripe with melancholy and bittersweet imagery. At the time of release, the Guardian wrote: "Merritt is an incomparable lyricist capable of balancing arch wit with painfully acute observation. The most exciting dissector of modern love around."

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