- Summary: The title says it all. This 3-disc set indeed contains 69 love songs, all penned by Stephin Merritt (whose other projects include The 6ths, Future Bible Heroes, and the Gothic Archies). The Magnetic Fields have evolved into a real "band," including keyboardist Claudia Gonson (also Merritt's manager) and multi-instrumentalist John Woo, and Merritt alternates on vocals with Gonson and additional singers. Despite the almost encyclopedic variety of styles and huge volume of songs, there is surprisingly little filler here.… Expand
- Record Label: Merge
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock, Pop
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Positive: 18 out of 18
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AliCJul 14, 2005Utterly extraordinary, a truly genre transcending, and enormous masterpiece. Surely the best value CD ever released?
MarkNApr 18, 2005Absolutely breathtaking.
JimFeb 4, 2008Rolling Stone is wrong again. A great album
RajS.Jul 5, 2007One of the top 5 albums of the 90's.
WayneW.Jan 17, 2008This album is just a fun album to listen to. Stephin Merritt writes incredible lyrics!
JoseSFeb 2, 2006Just Great!
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