MGMT ‎– Little Dark Age

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Columbia ‎– 88985476061
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A1 She Works Out Too Much
Drums [Additional] – Josh Da CostaSaxophone – Danny MeyerSynth, Backing Vocals – Ariel PinkVocals – Cellars
4:38
A2 Little Dark Age
Bass [Additional] – James Richardson
5:00
B1 When You Die
Backing Vocals – Connan Mockasin, Sébastien TellierGuitar, Backing Vocals – Ariel PinkPercussion – Patrick Wimberly*
4:24
B2 Me and Michael
Vocals – Patrick Wimberly*
4:50
C1 TSLAMP
Synth – James Richardson
4:30
C2 James
French Horn – James Richardson
3:52
C3 Days That Got Away
Guitar – Connan MockasinPercussion, Bass – Patrick Wimberly*Recorder, Guitar, Synth – James Richardson
4:45
D1 One Thing Left To Try 4:20
D2 When You're Small
Bass, Guitar – James RichardsonVibraphone – Patrick Wimberly*
3:31
D3 Hand It Over 4:13

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Released on 180 gram vinyl in gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeves including song lyrics, and a digital download code.

© 2018 & ℗ 2017, 2018 Columbia Records

© 2017 Sadguitarius Music (SESAC) and Old Man Future (SESAC), admin. by BMG Rights Management (U.S.) LLC.
except:
B1: © 2017 Sadguitarius Music (SESAC) and Old Man Future (SESAC), admin. by BMG Rights Management (U.S.) LLC / Brill Building Songs.
C1, D2: © 2017 Sadguitarius Music (SESAC) and Old Man Future (SESAC), admin. by BMG Rights Management (U.S.) LLC / Klozeitung Music (SESAC).
C3: © 2017 Sadguitarius Music (SESAC) and Old Man Future (SESAC), admin. by BMG Rights Management (U.S.) LLC / Kobalt Publishing (SESAC) / Tant Control (APRA/AMCOS).

Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 889854760618
  • Label Code: LC 00162
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): BH92415-01 A1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): BH92415-01 B1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, stamped): BH92415-02 C1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, stamped): BH92415-02 D1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, Label): C-200508 AL88985476061
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, Label): C-200508 BL88985476061
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, Label): C-200508 CL88985476061
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, Label): C-200508 BL88985476061
  • Rights Society: SESAC
  • Rights Society: APRA
  • Rights Society: AMCOS
  • Other (On inner sleeve, disc 1): 88985476061-SV1
  • Other (On inner sleeve, disc 2): 88985476061-SV2

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
889854760526 MGMT Little Dark Age(CD, Album) Columbia 889854760526 Mexico 2018 Sell This Version
none MGMT Little Dark Age(10xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Columbia none 2018
88985476052 MGMT Little Dark Age(CD, Album) Sony Music, Columbia 88985476052 Europe 2018 Sell This Version
SICP5612 MGMT Little Dark Age(CD, Album) Sony Music Labels Inc. SICP5612 UK, Europe & Japan 2018 Sell This Version
88985476052 MGMT Little Dark Age(CD, Album) Columbia 88985476052 US 2018 Sell This Version

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dustindrury

dustindrury

November 8, 2018
Anyone else have their disc 2 labels flipped? My C/D stickers are on wrong sides.
sellbydate

sellbydate

September 23, 2018
Really amazing album. The songs and arrangements have a classic feel, but the record feels new and fresh thanks to the sparkling and inventive production. Records like these—poppy, melodic, sonically adventurous—are very rare these days. A nice bonus are the lyrics: Funny, insightful and on-topic! Love the social media critique. I see that Ariel Pink was involved on a few songs, and I must say that his influence on the whole mood of the record can't be understated. The album has strong, melodic and catchy singles ('Me and Michael' and 'LDA' shine the brightest) but it also features some psychedelic, experimental moments like 'Days That Got Away.' The songs are really chock-full of interesting sounds and production techniques that reveal themselves over time and through repeated listens. It's a great headphone album, but I must say that it's best listened to on a stereo.
kazakh_steve

kazakh_steve

February 17, 2018
An excellent album. Misses anything of the epic brilliance of "Siberian Breaks", but not sure if they could ever scale that peak again. Sound quality is gorgeous. Would agree that it would have been better 2 or 3 sided, but what the heck, when the music is this amazing I can get the kids to turn it over ever 12 minutes or so!
NotoriousTopcat

NotoriousTopcat

February 12, 2018
Did anybody notice that there are no lyrics for days that got away (track7) printed on the sleeve?
kyle15

kyle15

February 11, 2018
edited over 2 years ago
I don't get the 2 disc criticisms. They obviously did it for the best sound. lol
johnnythevelvetguy

johnnythevelvetguy

February 10, 2018
Bought this today and really enjoyed the sound of this pressing. Very warm and bassy with little to no surface noise. My only complaint was the fact that it was spread across two records. It's a 44-minute long album that could have easily been pressed onto one record. But I'm happy that this decision was probably done for the best since the records sound great. I'd say it's worth the $30 I paid for it. Great album and great pressing.
maxal

maxal

February 10, 2018
edited over 2 years ago
I like everything MGMT do from their more experimental pieces to the more iconic pop tunes which still retain an edge. This album is brilliant fun and wonderfully produced from the lows to the highs. It's stunningly produced on vinyl with its spread over two albums well worth it.

Andrew's voice is smooth. There is a good range of tracks - When You Die is great fun, with its incongruous lyrics? But MGMT lyrics often make you wonder. [In fact side B is wonderful !!!]

Yay! Perfect record!
LiamMurphy6

LiamMurphy6

February 9, 2018
Just got this today. The pressing is not too bad, but why is this album a double? Its only around 42/43 minutes long, could have just easily fit on one disc with no real loss of sound quality (plus you have to get up all the time after about two songs). And if you HAD to release a two disc set, why not have it run at 45rpm instead of 33rpm for that extra sound quality like the recent Brian Eno reissues? Feels like no thought has gone into this at all...

Great album though.