The Magnetic Fields' New Album, "Realism," to Be Released on Nonesuch in January

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Nonesuch Records is set to release Realism, the new album from The Magnetic Fields and the band's follow-up to the 2008 album, Distortion, on January 26, 2010. More information will be forthcoming very shortly, but in the mean time, we've got the cover at left and a list of the album's 13 track titles.

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Nonesuch Records is set to release Realism, the new album from The Magnetic Fields and the band's follow-up to the 2008 album, Distortion, on January 26, 2010. More information is on its way, but in the mean time, check out the cover at left and the track list below:

1. You Must Be Out of Your Mind
2. Interlude
3. We Are Having a Hootenanny
4. I Don't Know What to Say
5. The Dolls' Tea Party
6. Everything Is One Big Christmas Tree
7. Walk a Lonely Road
8. Always Already Gone
9. Seduced and Abandoned
10. Better Things
11. Painted Flower
12. The Dada Polka
13. From a Sinking Boat

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The Magnetic Fields: "Realism" [cover]
  • Tuesday, November 10, 2009
    The Magnetic Fields' New Album, "Realism," to Be Released on Nonesuch in January

    Nonesuch Records is set to release Realism, the new album from The Magnetic Fields and the band's follow-up to the 2008 album, Distortion, on January 26, 2010. More information is on its way, but in the mean time, check out the cover at left and the track list below:

    1. You Must Be Out of Your Mind
    2. Interlude
    3. We Are Having a Hootenanny
    4. I Don't Know What to Say
    5. The Dolls' Tea Party
    6. Everything Is One Big Christmas Tree
    7. Walk a Lonely Road
    8. Always Already Gone
    9. Seduced and Abandoned
    10. Better Things
    11. Painted Flower
    12. The Dada Polka
    13. From a Sinking Boat

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