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I Cant Touch You Anymore - The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs (Vinyl, Album)


  1. Album · · 69 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In 69 Love Songs The Magnetic Fields Rock · Preview SONG TIME Absolutely Cuckoo. 1. PREVIEW I Don't Believe in the Sun I Can't Touch You Anymore.
  2. 69 Love Songs is the sixth album by The Magnetic Fields, released on September 7, by Merge Records. As its title indicates, 69 Love Songs is a three-volume concept album composed of 69 love.
  3. Magnetic Fields 69 Love Songs Connie; 43 videos; Love is like Jazz, Magnetic Fields by Mo Riza. I Don't Really Love You Anymore- The Magnetic Fields by ZamWessel.
  4. Feb 20,  · The phrase masterpiece has become somewhat inflated in time, but still this best describes this album. 69 love songs represents an enormous achievement by Stephen Merritt and his Magnetic Fields and after his efforts here Steve could lie down and die happily, knowing he will forever have a place in the music hall of fame. It's that good, yes/5().
  5. The Magnetic Fields is a New York-based group fronted by Stephin fricaritturehinbestpufeedromara.coinfo albums released under the name "The Magnetic Fields" usually consist of synth-pop music in a s style underlying clever lyrics which are often heavily ironic. While synth-pop often forms the foundation of their music, The Magnetic Fields' music borrows from many other styles, notably country, folk and indie pop.
  6. Golden Rules the Thumb rock group in Portland, ME formed in After the Brass, released 03 April 1. Lucinda River 2. Even Though I Knew 3. Life Was Good 4. How Long 5. Already Arrived 6. Highball Equator 7. Motorcade 8. Watered Down Utopia 9. Walk on the Water Lucinda (edit).
  7. Lyrics to 'I Can't Touch You Anymore' by The Magnetic Fields. You wanna know if we fell in love too fast You wanna know if this is well too good to last You're asking the wrong questions You're opening the wrong doors I love you, I can't touch you anymore.
  8. Editors’ Notes “I was sitting in a piano bar, enjoying a sidecar or Pimm’s or something,” Stephin Merritt says in 69 Love Songs' liner notes. “And I had read earlier that day, Virgil Thompson I think, commenting on Charles Ives’ songbook of songs of all kinds, and what a monument it was, and I thought, well, I could do something like that.”.

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