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- Posted on Aug 9th 2010 9:45AM by Charley Rogulewski
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Ever-changing set lists and old fashioned rock jamming are staples of MGMT's set. 'Pieces of What' has become a Neil Young-like foot stomper, while earlier songs like 'Of Moons, Birds & Monsters' get changed around a bit when the band decide to go on a psychedelic tangent. "We're gonna jam on the next one," Andrew Van Wyngarden even told the Lolla crowd before the band plunged into 'The Handshake.'
While there will always be a special place in everyone's hearts for MGMT's older pop gems 'Time to Pretend' and 'Kids' -- the latter saw Van Wyngarden and keyboardist Ben Goldwasser head into the crowd and ended with everyone singing along to the refrain -- MGMT finished their epic set off with a well-earned 'Congratulations.'