New Magnetic Wonder

Label
The Apples In Stereo
Release date
6 Feb 2007
Running length
24 tracks
Running time
50:20

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Can You Feel It? 4:11 54,596
2 Skyway 2:39 49,149
3 Mellotron 1 0:33 42,713
4 Energy 3:33 104,907
5 Same Old Drag 3:25 64,542
6 Joanie Don't U Worry 0:46 37,112
7 Sunndal Song 3:30 49,370
8 Droplet 0:13 1,751
9 Play Tough 3:26 41,172
10 Sun Is Out 2:29 41,467
11 Non-Pythagorean Composition 0:30 25
12 Hello Lola 0:15 1,629
13 7 Stars 3:46 44,556
14 Mellotron 2 0:41 33,760
15 Sunday Sounds 2:58 37,298
16 Open Eyes 3:13 32,235
17 Crimson 0:18 4,578
18 Pre-Crimson 1:24 25,790
19 Vocoder Ba Ba 0:14 1,466
20 Radiation 3:13 33,011
21 Beautiful Machine Parts 1-2 2:35 22,398
22 Beautiful Machine Parts 3-4 4:57 19,492
23 My Pretend 0:42 30,576
24 Non-Pythagorean Composition 3 0:49 24,515

About this album

New Magnetic Wonder is the sixth studio album from The Apples in Stereo. The album was produced by Robert Schneider with additional production and mixing by Bryce Goggin (Pavement, Evan Dando, Sean Lennon) and was recorded in three separate states (New York, Colorado and Kentucky). The album was released on February 6, 2007 via a co-venture between the actor Elijah Wood’s Simian Records, Yep Roc Records and Elephant 6.

In an interview, Robert Schneider has described New Magnetic Wonder as an album with sensibilities between the Apples in Stereo albums Fun Trick Noisemaker and The Discovery of a World Inside the Moone, as well as a heavy influence from 1970s bands such as Electric Light Orchestra. Schneider has also admitted Smile by Brian Wilson as an early influence on the album.

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