'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything'

MGMT are streaming their version of Bauhaus' classic cut 'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything'.

Cast are as a carefree party band due to the success of debut album 'Oracular Spectacular', MGMT have evolved into something quite different. Second LP 'Congratulations' was a challenging return, name checking cult psychedelic hero Dan Treacy amid a sharp change in direction.

Invited to curate a mix for Late Night Tales, MGMT have responded with something typically eclectic. Containing a raft of psychedelia, the Brooklyn outfit have also included post-punk cuts from The Wake and more.

Felt supply some arch indie pop, while Paul Morley ends the mix with an exclusive spoken word piece. MGMT have recorded new material for the mix, opting to cover 'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything' by cult Goth heroes Bauhaus.

The cover has emerged online, stream it via SoundCloud below...

MGMT- "All We Ever Wanted Was Everything" (Bauhaus Cover) by LateNightTales

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Set to be released on October 3rd, MGMT's mix comes as the Late Night Tales series celebrates its 10th anniversary. The third compilation to emerge from the series this year, the Brooklyn group have responded with a deft mix which moves from their inspirations to some lesser known nuggets.

'Late Night Tales - MGMT' is set to be released on October 3rd. Tracklisting:

1. Disco Inferno - Can't See Through It
2. The Great Society - Love You Girl
3. Suicide - Cheree
4. Television Personalities - Stop And Smell The Roses
5. The Velvet Underground - Ocean
6. Felt - Red Indians
7. Julian Cope - Laughing Boy
8. Durutti Column - For Belgium Friends
9. Charlie Feathers - Mound Of Clay
10. Mark Fry - For Wilde
11. MGMT - All We Ever Wanted Was Everything (Exclusive Bauhaus Cover Version)
12. Cheval Sombre - Troubled Mind
13. Dave Bixby - Drug Song
14. The Jacobites - Hearts Are Like Flowers
15. The Chills - Pink Frost
16. Martin Rev - Sparks
17. The Wake - Melancholy Man
18. Spacemen 3 - Lord Can You Hear Me?
19. Pauline Anna Strom - Morning Splendor
20. Paul Morley - Lost For Words Part 2 (Exclusive Spoken Word)

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