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The Flaming Lips

Even within the eclectic world of alternative rock, few bands were so brave, so frequently brilliant, and so deliciously weird as the Flaming Lips. From their beginnings as Oklahoma weirdos to their mid-'90s pop culture breakthrough to their status as one of the most respected groups of the 21st century, the Lips rode one of the more surreal and haphazard career trajectories in pop music. An acid-bubblegum band with as much affinity for sweet melodies as blistering noise assaults, their off-kilter sound, uncommon emotional depth, and bizarre history (packed with tales of self-immolating fans and the like) firmly established them as true originals.

The Flaming Lips formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 1983, when founder and guitarist Wayne Coyne allegedly stole a collection of musical instruments from an area church hall and enlisted his vocalist brother Mark and bassist Michael Ivins to start a band. Giving themselves the nonsensical name the Flaming Lips (its origin variously attributed to a porn film, an obscure drug reference, or a dream in which a fiery Virgin Mary plants a kiss on Wayne in the back seat of his car), the band made its live debut at a local transvestite club. After progressing through an endless string of drummers, they recruited percussionist Richard English and recorded their self-titled debut, issued on green vinyl on their own Lovely Sorts of Death label in 1985.

When Mark Coyne soon departed to get married, Wayne assumed full control of the group; in addition to remaining its lead guitarist, he also became the primary singer and songwriter. Continuing on as a trio, the Lips released 1986's Hear It Is, followed a year later by Oh My Gawd!!!...The Flaming Lips. While touring in support of the Butthole Surfers, they played Buffalo, New York, where they were befriended by concert promoter Jonathan Donahue; after a jam session with Donahue's nascent band Mercury Rev, he and Coyne became close friends, and Donahue eventually signed on as the group's sound technician.

After recording 1988's difficult Telepathic Surgery, English exited, reducing the Lips to the core duo of Coyne and Ivins; after adding drummer Nathan Roberts, Donahue adopted the name Dingus and became a full-time member in time to cut 1990's stellar In a Priest Driven Ambulance while simultaneously recording the brilliant Mercury Rev debut, Yerself Is Steam. Following a series of hopeful phone calls to Warner Bros., the company signed the Lips in 1991, and in 1992 their oft-delayed major-label debut, Hit to Death in the Future Head, appeared to little commercial notice. Donahue soon exited to focus his full energies on Mercury Rev, followed by the departure of Roberts.

With new guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd, the Flaming Lips cut 1993's sublime Transmissions from the Satellite Heart, which they supported by playing the second stage at Lollapalooza and touring the nation in a Ryder truck. Initially, the album stiffed; however, nearly a year after its initial release, the single "She Don't Use Jelly" became a grassroots hit, and against all odds, the Flaming Lips found themselves on the Top 40 charts. They took full advantage of their requisite 15 minutes of fame, appearing everywhere from MTV's annual Spring Break broadcast to an arena tour in support of Candlebox to a memorable, surreal, lip-synced performance on the teen soap opera Beverly Hills 90210, where supporting character Steve Sanders (portrayed by actor Ian Ziering) uttered the immortal words, "You know, I've never been a big fan of alternative music, but these guys rocked the house!"

After the 1994 release of a limited-edition sampler of odds and ends titled Providing Needles for Your Balloons, the Lips returned in 1995 with Clouds Taste Metallic, a strikingly mature and diverse collection highlighted by the singles "Bad Days" (also heard in the film Batman Forever), "This Here Giraffe," and "Brainville." Despite the inclusion of the remarkably melodic "Psychiatric Explorations of the Fetus with Needles," "Christmas at the Zoo" (rumored to be under consideration for inclusion on an upcoming John Tesh holiday record), and the epic "Guy Who Got a Headache and Accidentally Saves the World," the album nonetheless failed to live up to the commercial success of Transmissions, and the band was once again relegated to cult status.

In 1996, the Lips' world went haywire; first, Jones disappeared to undertake a spiritual odyssey from which he did not return, then Drozd's hand was almost needlessly amputated after he was bitten by a spider. At about the same time, Ivins was the victim of a bizarre hit-and-run accident after a wheel came off of another vehicle and slammed into his car, trapping him inside. Ironically, Coyne was having car problems of his own when rumors of his latest sonic foray -- conducting an orchestra of 40 automobiles, all with their tape decks playing specially composed music at the same time -- prompted fan discussion of his possible psychological collapse. "I would try to tell people what I was doing and found that I couldn't explain it very well," Coyne later remarked about the project, dubbed the Parking Lot Experiment. "Plus, I had a sore on the side of my tongue for a week and it made me talk kind of weird. I'm sure they thought I was retarded."

By the following year, the Flaming Lips (who continued as a trio, opting not to attempt to replace Jones) were back in the studio, recording an album that, according to Coyne, would be "so different and exciting it will either make us millionaires or break us" -- in short, 1997's Zaireeka, a breathtaking and wildly experimental set of four discs designed to be played simultaneously. A previously unreleased track, "Hot Day," also appeared earlier that year on the soundtrack to Richard Linklater's film SubUrbia. A Collection of Songs Representing an Enthusiasm for Recording...by Amateurs, a retrospective of their Restless label material, followed in 1998, and a year later, the Lips returned with a breathtaking new studio effort, The Soft Bulletin, co-produced by Mercury Rev founding member and bassist Dave Fridmann.

After a three-year absence from the shelves, 2002 brought several new releases, including the new record Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots and a two-volume retrospective of the Restless years. Yoshimi won the group even more popular and critical acclaim than The Soft Bulletin, which the group maximized by spending half of 2002 appearing with Beck on his Sea Change tour as both his opening act and backing band. The Lips kept busy over the next two years by touring in support of Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots and working on their movie Christmas on Mars. They returned to the studio in 2004 and spent much of 2005 recording; that year, the Flaming Lips documentary The Fearless Freaks and their VOID video collection were both released, whetting fans' appetites for the band's 2006 album, At War with the Mystics.

In 2007, the Flaming Lips were nominated for a Grammy for Best Alternative Album for Mystics and won a Grammy for Best Engineered Album. One year later, the band's long-awaited, seven-years-in-the-making film Christmas on Mars made its debut at the Sasquatch Festival in George, Washington; that fall, the movie and its soundtrack were released as a CD/DVD set. During 2007 and 2008, the Lips began working on the follow-up to At War with the Mystics, taking a looser, more experimental approach than they had in years. The results were released as Embryonic in fall 2009, followed by the band's quirky remake of the Pink Floyd classic Dark Side of the Moon. The Flaming Lips worked with several different artists on the latter album, which was billed as The Flaming Lips and Stardeath and White Dwarfs with Henry Rollins and Peaches Doing the Dark Side of the Moon.

The band continued to shy away from full-length releases for the next couple years, opting instead to work with a number of collaborators on various limited-edition EPs. Working with artists like Neon Indian, Prefuse 73, and Lightning Bolt, the Lips released tracks over the next couple of years in various nontraditional formats including USB keys embedded in gummy skulls, limited-edition vinyl, and candy fetuses. Their series of team-ups came to a head in 2012 when the band released The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends, which collected songs from their previous collaborations as well as new material recorded with artists like Ke$ha, Bon Iver, and Erykah Badu. For 2013's bleak The Terror, the Lips reteamed with Dave Fridmann, recording in a matter of days and using their collection of vintage synths as the album's musical focus. The following year, the band issued a 45-minute edit of their 24-hour song "7 Skies H3" as a Record Store Day release, as well as With a Little Help from My Fwends, an album that found the band teaming up with collaborators like Miley Cyrus and Maynard James Keenan to re-create the Beatles' iconic eighth album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.

The Lips collaborated with Cyrus on a full-length album, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, which was released for free online in August of 2015. Following the album's digital release, the artists toured together, and a limited vinyl pressing of the album was sold exclusively on these tour dates. In November of 2015, the Lips released Heady Nuggs 20 Years After Clouds Taste Metallic: 1994-1997, a three-CD or five-LP compilation including the Clouds Taste Metallic album, the 1994 odds-and-ends EP Providing Needles for Your Balloons, a further rarities collection titled The King Bug Laughs, and a previously unreleased concert recorded in Seattle in 1996. For 2017's Oczy Mlody (which means "eyes of the young" in Polish), the Flaming Lips reunited with Fridmann on a more melodic set of songs that included a cameo from Cyrus.~ Jason Ankeny
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: 7 Skies H3

1. 7 Skies H3 (Can't Shut Off My Head)

2. Meepy Morp

3. Battling Voices From Beyond

4. In A Dream

5. Metamorphosis

6. Requiem

7. Meepy Morp (Reprise)

8. Riot In My Brain!!

9. 7 Skies H3 (Main Theme)

10. Can't Let It Go

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Track List: The Terror

2. Be Free, A Way

3. Try To Explain

4. You Lust

5. The Terror

6. You Are Alone

7. Butterfly, How Long It Takes To Die

8. Turning Violent

9. Always There, In Our Hearts

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Track List: The Flaming Lips & Heady Fwends

1. 2012 (You Must Be Upgraded)

2. Ashes In The Air

3. Helping The Retarded To Know God

4. Supermoon Made Me Want To Pee

5. Children Of The Moon

6. That Ain't My Trip

7. You, Man? Human???

8. I'm Working At Nasa On Acid

9. Do It!

10. Is David Bowie Dying?

11. The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face

12. Girl, Your So Weird

13. Tasered And Maced

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Track List: Embryonic

1. Convinced Of The Hex

2. The Sparrow Looks Up At The Machine

3. Evil

4. Aquarius Sabotage

5. See The Leaves

6. If

7. Gemini Syringes

8. Your Bats

9. Powerless

10. The Ego's Last Stand

11. I Can Be A Frog

12. Sagittarius Silver Announcement

13. Worm Mountain

14. Scorpio Sword

15. The Impulse

16. Silver Trembling Hands

17. Virgo Self-Esteem Broadcast

18. Watching The Planets

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Track List: The W.A.N.D.

x

Track List: The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song

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Track List: Fight Test

1. Fight Test

2. Can't Get You Out Of My Head (KEXP Version)

3. The Golden Age (CD101 Version)

4. Knives Out (KCRW Version)

5. Do Your Realize?? (Scott Hardkiss Floating In Space Mix)

6. The Strange Design Of Conscience

7. Thank You Jack White (For The Fiber-Optic Jesus That You Gave Me)

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Track List: Finally The Punk Rockers Are Taking Acid

Disc 1

6. With You

7. Unplugged

8. Trains, Brains & Rain

9. Jesus Shootin' Heroin

10. Just Like Before

11. She Is Death

12. Charlie Manson Blues

13. Man From Pakistan

14. Godzilla Flick

Disc 2

1. Everything's Explodin'

2. One Million Billionth Of A Millisecond On A Sunday Morning

3. Maximum Dream For Evil Knievel

4. Can't Exist

6. The Ceiling Is Bendin'

7. Prescription: Love

8. Thanks To You

9. Can't Stop The Spring

11. Love Yer Brain

13. Jesus Shootin' Heroin

14. Trains, Brains & Rain

Disc 3

1. Drug Machine In Heaven

2. Right Now

3. Michael, Time To Wake Up

4. Chrome Plated Suicide

5. Hari-Krishna Stomp Wagon

7. Fryin' Up

8. Hell's Angel's Cracker Factory

9. U.F.O. Story

10. Redneck School Of Technology

11. Shaved Gorilla

12. The Spontaneous Combustion Of John

13. Last Drop Of Morning Dew

14. Begs And Achin'

17. Can't Stop The Spring

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Track List: Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots

1. Fight Test

2. One More Robot / Sympathy 3000-21

3. Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots Pt. 1

4. Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots Pt. 2

5. In The Morning Of The Magicians

6. Ego Tripping At The Gates Of Hell

7. Are You A Hypnotist??

8. It's Summertime

9. Do You Realize??

10. All We Have Is Now

11. Approaching Pavonis Mons By Balloon (Utopia Planitia)

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Track List: Waitin' For A Superman (Maxi Single)

x

Track List: The Soft Bulletin

1. Race For The Prize (Remix)

2. A Spoonful Weighs A Ton

3. The Spark That Bled

4. The Spiderbite Song

5. Buggin' (Remix)

6. What Is The Light?

7. The Observer

8. Waitin' For The Superman

9. Suddenly Everything Has Changed

10. The Gash

11. Feeling Yourself Disintegrate

12. Sleeping On The Roof

13. Race For The Prize

14. Waitin' For A Superman (Remix)

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Track List: Clouds Taste Metallic

1. The Abandoned Hospital Ship

2. Psychiatric Explorations Of The Fetus With Needles

3. Placebo Headwound

4. This Here Giraffe

5. Brainville

6. Guy Who Got A Headache And Accidentally Saves The World

7. When You Smile

8. Kim's Watermelon Gun

9. They Punctured My Yolk

10. Lightning Strikes The Postman

11. Christmas At The Zoo

12. Evil Will Prevail

13. Bad Days <Aurally Excited Version>

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Track List: Hear It Is

1. With You

2. Unplugged

3. Trains, Brains, & Rain

4. Jesus Shootin' Heroin

5. Just Like Before

6. She Is Death

7. Charlie Manson Blues

8. Man From Pakistan

9. Godzilla Flick

11. Summertime Blues

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Track List: 1984 - 1990

x

Track List: At War With The Mystics

1. The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song

2. Free Radicals

3. The Sound Of Failure

4. My Cosmic Autumn Rebellion

5. Vein Of Stars

6. The Wizard Turns On

7. It Overtakes Me

8. Mr. Ambulance Driver

9. Haven't Got A Clue

10. The W.A.N.D.

11. Pompeii Am Gotterdammerung

12. Goin' On

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Track List: Heady Nuggs 20 Years After Clouds Taste Metallic 1994-1997

1. The Abandoned Hospital Ship

2. Psychiatric Explorations Of The Fetus With Needles

3. Placebo Headwound

4. This Here Giraffe

5. Brainville

6. Guy Who Got A Headache And Accidentally Saves The World

7. When You Smile

8. Kim's Watermelon Gun

9. They Punctured My Yolk

10. Lightning Strikes The Postman

11. Christmas At The Zoo

12. Evil Will Prevail

13. Bad Days (Aurally Excited Version)

14. Bad Days

15. Jets Part 2 (My Two Days As An Ambulance Driver)

16. Ice Drummer

17. Put The Waterbug In The Policeman's Ear

18. Chewin' The Apple Of Yer Eye

19. Chosen One

20. Little Drummer Boy

21. Slow Nerve Action

22. The Abandoned Hospital Ship (Live In Seattle 1996)

23. Unconsciously Screamin' (Live In Seattle 1996)

24. Take Meta Mars (Live In Seattle 1996)

25. Moth In The Incubator (Live In Seattle 1996)

26. Put The Waterbug In The Policeman's Ear (Live In Seattle 1996)

27. Lightning Strikes The Postman (Live In Seattle 1996)

28. Bad Days (Live In Seattle 1996)

29. She Don't Use Jelly (Live In Seattle 1996)

30. Chewin' The Apple Of Yer Eye (Live In Seattle 1996)

31. When You Smile (Live In Seattle 1996)

32. Psychiatric Explorations Of The Fetus With Needles (Live In Seattle 1996)

33. Love Yer Brain (Live In Seattle 1996)

34. Placebo Headwound (Live In Seattle 1996)

35. It Was A Very Good Year

36. Sun Arise

37. Life On Mars

38. Ballrooms Of Mars

39. Hot Day

40. Nobody Told Me

41. The Magician Vs. The Headache

42. She Don't Use Jelly (Live At KJ103)

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Track List: Hit To Death In The Future Head (Explicit)

1. Talkin' 'Bout The Smiling Deathporn Immortality Blues (Everyone Wants To Live Forever)

2. Hit Me Like You Did The First Time

3. The Sun

4. Felt Good To Burn

5. Gingerale Afternoon (The Astrology Of A Saturday)

6. Halloween On The Barbary Coast

7. The Magician Vs. The Headache

8. You Have To Be Joking (Autopsy Of The Devil's Brain)

9. Frogs

10. Hold Your Head

x

Track List: How?? (Single)

1. How??

x

Track List: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Single)

x

Track List: Peace Sword

1. Peace Sword (Open Your Heart)

2. If They Move, Shoot 'Em

3. Is The Black At The End Good?

4. Think Like A Machine, Not A Boy

5. Wolf Children

x

Track List: Sun Blows Up Today (Single)

11. Sun Blows Up Today

x

Track List: The Castle (Single)

1. The Castle

x

Track List: Transmissions From The Satellite Heart

1. Turn It On

2. Pilot Can At The Queer Of God

3. Oh My Pregnant Head

4. She Don't Use Jelly

5. Chewin The Apple Of Your Eye

6. Superhumans

7. Be My Head

8. Moth In The Incubator

9. * * * * * * *

10. When Yer Twenty Two

11. Slow Nerve Action

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Profoundly amazing
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wenberep
If they reissued Zaireeka on DVD would you have to watch it on 4 separate TV's playing separate discs, like the CD. Because that would be awesome and I will sign your campaign petition.
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The campaign to convince Warner Brothers to finally finance a reissue of Zaireeka on DVD need to start now!!!
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Hate it. Thumbs down
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Wayne Coyne e il miglior fabbro, dig?
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Well played
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This type of music is an acquired taste you either love it or hate it
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Acid(:
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Best song ever
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She's cool.
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sahmmama
Weird song. I hate it!
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jessedphilli p s
I can see that, vfr.
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Would anyone be offended if I said I thought this was Neil Young the first time I heard it? Or that if I didn't know better, I'd _still_ think it was Neil? I don't mean that in a bad way, either to Neil or the Flaming Lips...
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hvega1981
Wayne and the lips are in my opinion the last of the true odd ball creatures on this crazy world we live on but it hasn't been that crazy for me for a odd ball creature like myself its pretty normal the rest I call the doomed
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hvega1981
The flaming lips is truly something magical and wayne is the wizard
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leepanter3
So dope! Saw them at bonaroo this year now one of my favs
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It's all a mystery...
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Yoshimi Battles Pink Robots was written for a friend of Wayne's battling cancer and winning...wh a t a great idea and story :) NOTE: Do Not EVER miss your chance to see them. you'll thank me later!!
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'yoshimi battles the pink robots' is an amazing album....if you don't have it..... you won't regret the time spent to check it out....guara n t e e d
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Saw then in Houston at a festival a few years ago and they did dark side of the moon. One of the best shows I've seen. Ever
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modestman26
people in other peoples places
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kpz101
Awesome bio, thanks! Also to Mallory below me, seeing them at Roo for the first time in 2007 was stunningly perfect, have fun and be safe!
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Seeing them for the first time at Bonnaroo this year...so excited my head might explode!!!!! ! ! ! ! !
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hvega1981
The trembling baby fetus great Christmas present if I do say so myself
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Love these guys!!! Watched them perform in Santa Barbara CA...truly amazing! If ever going to watch a live performance. . . m u s t be these guys!
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hvega1981
Truly a bunch a weirdos (in a good way of course)
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That's quite the bio.
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In The Morning Of The Magicians, amazing song.
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GOD How I miss Ronald jones
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this song is sofa king we todd did!
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At first I thought these guys were a recent band. Turns out they've been around since alternative' s birth. Cool.
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Perfect pop song writing with just enough weirdness.
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a dream in which a fiery Virgin Mary plants a kiss on Wayne in the back seat of his car
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They played a free show at the university here complete with blow up aliens, dancing robots, a guy in dolphin suit (I think It was a dolphin) and huge things being tossed onto the crowd to bounce around. They sure have a lot of props. Where do they get all that stuff?
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I could kiss the flaming lips all day.
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to say that they were ahead of their time would be an understateme n t . they're very talented and have a good sound.
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I love these guys. They are so inspirationa l when it comes to the world of music.
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These mates inspired me to start a music career just have to get threw bloody high school first
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Lol, Vaseline, the flaming lip's rock!!!!
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Similar artists: The Shins? Modest Mouse? Radio Head? THE WHITE STRIPES!!!?? ? Really Pandora? What about Of Montreal, or even They Might Be Giants
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@Roadburner6 3 , loveglowllc, Had to be right up there with FL & Ween at red rocks in the weirdness category. Solid show.
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What an exotic fusion of melodies. I'm forever in a trance.
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Saw them do Dark Side of the Moon on Palladia TV. Eh.........
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I would try to tell people what I was doing and found that I couldn't explain it very well. Plus, I had a sore on the side of my tongue for a week and it made me talk kind of weird. I'm sure they thought I was retarded.
Hilarious.
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Loveglowllc - That had to be one of the weirdest concerts ever. Primus is already pretty out there, throw in FL and you got yourself a Weird Convention. Don't get me wrong, I like me some weird sometimes, but 4 hours of it? I'd have to be seriously loaded.
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bad a**
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steveandlaur a 7 1 8 9
remember listening to them in a store in williamsburg bklyn perfect
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I've seen these guys live at Red Rocks, Colorado with Primus! Mind Blowing show!
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I remember seeing these guys when I was 11 at the Nelson Ville music festival, best time EVER!
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love this band
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