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MGMT ?- Congratulations Congratulations is the second studio album by the American rock band MGMT, initially self-released through their website on March 20, 2010, prior to release on April 13 through Columbia Records. CREDITS: Bass - Andrew VanWyngarden, Matt Asti, Will Berman / Drums - Andrew VanWyngarden, Will Berman / Drums [Synth] - James Richardson / Flute [Fake], Harmonica - Andrew VanWyngarden / Glockenspiel - James Richardson / Guitar - Andrew VanWyngarden, James Richardson, Matt Asti, Will Berman / Guitar [Casio] - Andrew VanWyngarden, James Richardson / Organ - Ben Goldwasser / Percussion - Andrew VanWyngarden, Ben Goldwasser, James Richardson, Matt Asti, Will Berman / Piano - Andrew VanWyngarden, Ben Goldwasser, Matt Asti / Saxophone - James Richardson / Sitar [Electric] - Andrew VanWyngarden / Synthesizer - Andrew VanWyngarden, James Richardson, Will Berman / Vocals - Andrew VanWyngarden - Newly remastered from the original analog tapes on 180-gram audiophile vinyl
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