Listen to MGMT cover Bauhaus for 'Late Night Tales' compilation - audio

Velvet Underground, Suicide and Julian Cope also feature on US duo's mixtape

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MGMT have covered Bauhaus' 'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything' for their forthcoming 'Late Night Tales' compilation - scroll down and click below to hear it.

The US duo have included tracks by the likes of The Velvet Underground, Suicide and Julian Cope on the mixtape, which is due to be released on October 3.

Songs by Television Personalities, Durutti Column and Felt also feature, alongside a spoken word track from music journalist Paul Morley.

The full tracklisting of MGMT's 'Late Night Tales' is:

Disco Inferno - Can't See Through It'
The Great Society -'Love You Girl'
Suicide -'Cheree'
Television Personalities - 'Stop and Smell the Roses'
The Velvet Underground - 'Ocean'
Felt -'Red Indians'
Julian Cope - 'Laughing Boy'
Durutti Column - 'For Belgium Friends'
Charlie Feathers - 'Mound of Clay'
Mark Fry - For Wilde'
MGMT - 'All We Ever Wanted Was Everything'
Cheval Sombre - 'Troubled Mind'
Dave Bixby - 'Drug Song'
The Jacobites - 'Hearts Are Like Flowers'
The Chills - 'Pink Frost'
Martin Rev - 'Sparks'
The Wake - 'Melancholy Man'
Spacemen 3 - 'Lord Can You Hear Me?'
Pauline Anna Strom - 'Morning Splendor'
Paul Morley - 'Lost for Words Part 2'


Meanwhile, MGMT are expected to release their third album, the follow-up to 2010's 'Congratulations', at some point next year. Earlier this year, the duo confirmed they had been working on new material for the LP, telling Esquire it will be a "happy" and "fun" record.


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