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There are a lot of bands now who still believe in that. It's a tradition where you can see the torch being passed down. MGMT answered: mushrooms, lsd, weed & special k from all Q: Are you happy Justin Bieber didn’t win a Grammy? MGMT answered: No from all Q: What was the name of yall’s praying mantis in college? Andrew answered: Facebook Q: have you ever tried watching ren and stimpy while high? looking forward to playing there sometime soon Q: Do you go to church? Q: matt, it’s true that love to play the tambourine in Kids? Andrew answered: cindy Crawford Q: Will: How sexual are you on a scale of 1-10? Andrew answered: yes yes and YES AGAINQ: andrew/ben/james in Leeds Sept 2010, do you remember or were you too high? Andrew answered: Morgan Freeman he is so charming/cute/adorable i can't even. MGMT answered: kuivila Q: Whats your favourite thing to drink when partying? MGMT answered: canada juice Q: What are your favourite artists as in people who paint, draw ect. Q: If you were to star in a pornographic film, what would it be called? MGMT answered: Do Ren and Stimpy shit in the woods? MGMT answered: shul Q: James, how many green shirts have you ever seen? Sorry Q: Do you ever get tired of the media portraying you in a light that you wouldn’t necessary condone? Ben answered: WHY DOES EVERYBODY ALWAYS ASK ME THAT????? Matt answered: I love to play the tambourine in Kids Q: thoughts on vegetarians? Will answered: 12 Q: Andrew, do you have a glitter penis? The album on which you can find it, Oracular Spectacular (2007), was named NME's album of the year and one of Rolling Stone's albums of the decade, on the way to selling more than 1.5 million.But such 21st century commercial terms of success misunderstand Ben Goldwasser and Andrew Van Wyngarden, the duo who began MGMT as an audience-baiting prank back at college in 2001.

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It was just hanging out with my weird friends, and making it up for ourselves." At least some counter-cultural examples made it into Goldwasser's backwoods life.

This year's follow-up album, Congratulations, ignored any attempt at "Kids 2", instead secreting the line "hope I die before I get sold" in its 12-minute, shape-shifting centrepiece "Siberian Breaks".