Yes I'm a Witch ~ Yoko Ono

Yes I'm a Witch ~ Yoko Ono

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  • So where does a band go after releasing the most defiantly experimental record of its career? If you're the Flaming Lips, you keep rushing headlong into the unknown -- The Soft Bulletin, their follow-up to the four-disc gambit Zai... So where does a band go after releasing the most defiantly experimental record of its career? If you're the Flaming Lips, you keep rushing headlong into the unknown -- The Soft Bulletin, their follow-up to the four-disc gambit Zaireeka, is in many ways their most daring work yet, a plaintively emotional, lushly symphonic pop masterpiece eons removed from the mind-warping noise of their past efforts. Though more conventional in concept and scope than Zaireeka, The Soft Bulletin clearly reflects its predecessor's expansive sonic palette. Its multidimensional sound is positively celestial, a shape-shifting pastiche of blissful melodies,… more »

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  • The W.A.N.D., You Got to Hold On, Time Travel.. Yes!!

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  • The Freaks Get Restless and Wake the Animals [DVD], The Mothership Descends [DVD], Race for the Prize [DVD], Free Radicals [DVD], Expecting Everyone's Head to Explode [DVD], Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots [DVD], Yoshimi Battles..... The Freaks Get Restless and Wake the Animals [DVD], The Mothership Descends [DVD], Race for the Prize [DVD], Free Radicals [DVD], Expecting Everyone's Head to Explode [DVD], Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots [DVD], Yoshimi Battles.., Pt. 2 [DVD], Should We Free the Animals? [DVD], Vein of Stars/The Firebird-Suite [DVD], Hotdog Eating Contest [DVD], The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song [DVD], The Spark That Bled [DVD], Preparing the U.F.O. Mothership [DVD], The W.A.N.D. [DVD], My Cosmic Autumn Rebellion [DVD], Santas and Aliens [DVD], She Don't Use Jelly [DVD], Do You Realize?? [DVD], How Much Red Duct Tape? [DVD], A Spoonful Weights a Ton [DVD],… more »

  • The Flaming Lips usually tend to use their B-sides and between-album releases to stretch musically, and the Fight Test EP -- which gathers the B-sides from the two-part U.K. single for Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, plus some ne... The Flaming Lips usually tend to use their B-sides and between-album releases to stretch musically, and the Fight Test EP -- which gathers the B-sides from the two-part U.K. single for Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, plus some new live and previously unreleased material -- is no exception. While it's not as overtly innovative as EPs like Providing Needles for Your Balloons, Fight Test's covers, remixes, and new songs offer more than might be expected, considering how soon it arrives after the release of Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots and how the Lips have been touring almost constantly since then. Their cover choices on the EP are… more »

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  • A combination of the words "Zaire" and "Eureka," Zaireeka is a term coined by Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne symbolizing the fusion of anarchy and genius. It's a perfect title; Zaireeka is the culmination of the Lips' helter-sk... A combination of the words "Zaire" and "Eureka," Zaireeka is a term coined by Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne symbolizing the fusion of anarchy and genius. It's a perfect title; Zaireeka is the culmination of the Lips' helter-skelter brilliance. Pushing the concept of interactive listening into new realms of possibility, the work extends Coyne's infamous "parking lot experiments" into not merely one album, but four separate discs that can be played separately or in groups of two, three, and four with multiple stereos. (Properly synchronized multi-disc playback requires more than one person --… more »

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  • "A fantastical and disturbing humanistic freakout!" shouts the cover of the Flaming Lips' seven years in-the-making DVD/CD Christmas on Mars, but the film and its music aren't nearly as overtly wacky or sentimental as might be exp... "A fantastical and disturbing humanistic freakout!" shouts the cover of the Flaming Lips' seven years in-the-making DVD/CD Christmas on Mars, but the film and its music aren't nearly as overtly wacky or sentimental as might be expected based on that description, or the other work the Lips released while they were working on the movie. In fact, Christmas on Mars is about as subtle and restrained as a film that includes emerald-green aliens, hallucinations of eating babies and a labia-headed marching band can be. Its mostly grainy black-and-white visuals and slow pacing give a surprisingly understated feel to its story, which… more »

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  • The addition of guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd recharges the Flaming Lips' batteries for the superb Transmissions From the Satellite Heart, another prismatic delicacy that continues the group's drift toward pop ni... The addition of guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd recharges the Flaming Lips' batteries for the superb Transmissions From the Satellite Heart, another prismatic delicacy that continues the group's drift toward pop nirvana. In typical fashion, the record's left-field hit, the freak-show singalong "She Don't Use Jelly," bears little resemblance to the album as a whole; the remainder of Transmissions is much more sonically and structurally ambitious -- the towering "Moth in the Incubator" keeps generating new layers of noise before erupting into an amphetamine waltz, "Pilot Can at the Queer… more »

  • Since 1999's The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips have issued an album once every three or four years -- roughly once per presidential term, making At War with the Mystics the second album they've made during George W. Bush's presi... Since 1999's The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips have issued an album once every three or four years -- roughly once per presidential term, making At War with the Mystics the second album they've made during George W. Bush's presidency. While Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' themes of seizing the moment and accepting mortality could easily be read as a reaction to 9/11, At War with the Mystics is a more overtly timely album for the mid-to-late 2000s, dealing with the motivation behind the war in Iraq and Bush's presidency. By grappling with heavy subjects like these, it could seem like the Flaming Lips are taking their… more »

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  • So where does a band go after releasing the most defiantly experimental record of its career? If you're the Flaming Lips, you keep rushing headlong into the unknown -- The Soft Bulletin, their follow-up to the four-disc gambit Zai... So where does a band go after releasing the most defiantly experimental record of its career? If you're the Flaming Lips, you keep rushing headlong into the unknown -- The Soft Bulletin, their follow-up to the four-disc gambit Zaireeka, is in many ways their most daring work yet, a plaintively emotional, lushly symphonic pop masterpiece eons removed from the mind-warping noise of their past efforts. Though more conventional in concept and scope than Zaireeka, The Soft Bulletin clearly reflects its predecessor's expansive sonic palette. Its multidimensional sound is positively celestial, a shape-shifting pastiche of blissful melodies,… more »

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  • Convinced of the Hex, The Sparrow Looks Up at the Machine, Evil, Aquarious Sabotage, See the Leaves, IF, Gemini Syringes, Your Bats, Powerless, The Ego's Last Stand, I Can Be a Frog, Sagittarius Silver Announcement, Worm Mountain,... Convinced of the Hex, The Sparrow Looks Up at the Machine, Evil, Aquarious Sabotage, See the Leaves, IF, Gemini Syringes, Your Bats, Powerless, The Ego's Last Stand, I Can Be a Frog, Sagittarius Silver Announcement, Worm Mountain, Scorpio Sword, The Impulse, Silver Trembling Hands, Virgo Self-Esteem Broadcast, Watching the Planets

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  • After the symphonic majesty of The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips return with Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, a sublime fusion of Bulletin's newfound emotional directness, the old-school playfulness of Transmissions From the Sat... After the symphonic majesty of The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips return with Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, a sublime fusion of Bulletin's newfound emotional directness, the old-school playfulness of Transmissions From the Satellite Heart, and, more importantly, exciting new expressions of the group's sentimental, experimental sound. While the album isn't as immediately impressive as the equally brilliant and unfocused Soft Bulletin, it's more consistent, using a palette of rounded, surprisingly emotive basslines; squelchy analog synths; and manicured acoustic guitars to craft songs like "One More Robot/Sympathy… more »

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  • I wont sugarcoat my feelings, I would by this album -- no matter what, no matetr how bad it was. Thankfully though, the Lips have pulled out another awesome one. They continue to change directions, btu stay true to their legacy.

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  • Well it's finally here, the Flaming lips newest release. They copied one of my personal hero's though, Tobacco with the fury case that he came up with for the release of the Black Moth Super Rainbow's most recent release, Eating U... Well it's finally here, the Flaming lips newest release. They copied one of my personal hero's though, Tobacco with the fury case that he came up with for the release of the Black Moth Super Rainbow's most recent release, Eating Us. Lame.

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  • What we're getting here is Current Warner Bros. artist covering classic Warner Bros. songs. For me, the highlight is the final track, where The Flaming Lips cover Madona's "Boarderline."

  • Another one for the quixotic collector