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Toronto fans congratulate MGMT After watching their sold out gig Thursday night at The Mod Club, it s quite apparent there is best deal on ugg boots very little anger but a whole lot of adventure in MGMT. The Brooklyn rock band who just announced a return date in August for Toronto s Kool Haus were saturating radio (and iPods) with hit singles off their 2007 album Oracular Spectacular. cheap original ugg boots The popularity was so much that a backlash was possible with their new album Congratulations. Yet the core tandem of keyboardist Ben Goldwasser and guitarist/vocalist Andrew VanWyngarden know how to write rock songs, even if some meander into Neil Young, Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd and the Rolling Stones over the course of four to five minutes. In fact, the Stones are namedropped in Flash Delirium, a new tune which opened up the 15 song set before an enthusiastic horde as VanWyngarden and Goldwasser went to work with bassist Matt Asti, guitarist James Richardson and drummer Will Berman fleshing out the material. Looking a bit more disheveled than their Saturday Night Live appearance a few weeks ago, MGMT then offered up The Youth, a dreamy, heady psychedelic soul creation which exemplified the band s desire to push the typical pop song boundaries wide open. This was quite evident midway through the show when Siberian Breaks, a lengthy new trek, er, track began. Here MGMT veered from mellow prog rock to 60s psychedelica to a roots y Neil Young before a keyboard fuelled coda rounded off the occasionally choppy but quite pleasing odyssey. However, for all that effort the audience response was minimal when measured against the group s handful of signatures. "The next one is a change of pace," VanWyngarden quipped before the opening notes of Time To Pretend energized the crowd who sang loudly. Fortunately the band simply performed the song, not tossing out inflatable dolphins or bows and arrows found in the song s bizarre music video. Other songs off Congratulations such as the slow, retro tinged I Found A Whistle and the up tempo, chipper Brian Eno hit the mark while many looked on waiting for the next big crowd pleaser. MGMT placated the fans with ugg boots stores the groovy, mellow Electric Feel which they fleshed out rather finely as most grooved along. A few even pumped their fists in the air, but how somebody can do that to a song which is the antithesis of heavy metal is beyond me. While MGMT was more than satisfying throughout, there were a few minor hiccups. A false start for Song For Dan Treacy had VanWyngarden checking his guitar while Goldwasser who looks a bit like Tokyo Police Club s keyboardist Graham Wright had a slight problem momentarily with his keyboard. After about an hour, MGMT left the stage but returned for three more songs. The electro rock of Destrokk from 2005 s Time To Pretend EP initially resembled Peaches before hitting its stride while the show closing and still terribly catchy Kids was doled out.