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Stephin Merritt
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    (1966- )
    Resides in New York City
    Records and performs as The Magnetic Fields, The 6ths, Future Bible Heroes, The Gothic Archies, The Three Terrors, and The Baudelaire Memorial Orchestra
    Albums include 'Distant Plastic Trees (1990),' 'The Wayward Bus (1991),' 'Holiday (1994),' 'New Despair (1997),' '69 Love Songs, Pts. 1-3 (1999),' 'Hyacinths and Thistles (2000),' 'Eternal Youth (2002)' and 'i (2004)'
    He spells his name 'Stephin.'
    He records under many different band names, even though he does most of the singing and playing himself.
    He is short.
    He is cranky and pedantic in interviews.
    He speaks in an affected monotone voice.
    He often sounds drowsy and depressed when he sings.
    Some find his musical style cold and overly formal.
    He dislikes rap music, which he feels perpetuates racist stereotypes.
    His songs are usually clever and sad.
    He is modest about his own talents.
    He is open about his homosexuality.
    He has contributed songs to audio books for children.

Credit: Wieland Kalligaro

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