"Time to Pretend" is the debut single (in the UK) from MGMT's album 'Oracular Spectacular', although an earlier version was released on their 'Time to Pretend EP'.
The single was released as a 7" and CD featuring the b-sides "Weekend Wars" (BBC Radio 1 Session) and "Metanoia," respectively. In early 2009, the song was re-released in the UK. The song is number 493 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
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