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The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots - - CD / DVD

The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots - - CD / DVD

The Flaming Lips' crossover album into global consciousness... and with "Do You Realize?", it is the number one reason why I have to rub elbows with stupid emo kids at their incredible concerts. Thankfully the band is so great I barely even notice. Steve Drozd is perhaps the greatest musical mind of his generation and beyond, and it shows live. Get this album and let yourself in on the fun...

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  • 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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  • 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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  • As we start to prep for the upcoming Flaming Lips album, It's time to reflect back on their older work. This one is their most recent, that got shoved aside by me due to my obsession with Yoshimi and Soft Bulletin. However, As i g... As we start to prep for the upcoming Flaming Lips album, It's time to reflect back on their older work. This one is their most recent, that got shoved aside by me due to my obsession with Yoshimi and Soft Bulletin. However, As i go abck over it, I realize how awesome ti is. I mean, The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song and It Overtakes Me are both top notch lips.

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  • Loving Yoshimi so much, sometimes I end up underplaying this album. However, nothing but pure respect goes out to this 99 release. Why? because it is what first got me into The Lips and has my favorite song of theirs, " A Spoonful... Loving Yoshimi so much, sometimes I end up underplaying this album. However, nothing but pure respect goes out to this 99 release. Why? because it is what first got me into The Lips and has my favorite song of theirs, " A Spoonful Weighs a Ton." The Soft Bulletin is happy and fun and everything I want in a record.

  • If you like music, The Flaming Lips or documentaries in general, I think you'll like this. It's a look at the flaming lips spanning over 20 years. From Coynes extreme druge use, to his dulled down, but I'm still ridiculous and mak... If you like music, The Flaming Lips or documentaries in general, I think you'll like this. It's a look at the flaming lips spanning over 20 years. From Coynes extreme druge use, to his dulled down, but I'm still ridiculous and making movies about aliens having babies on Christmas. This is an awesome ride of a movie.

  • This was/ is such a fun album! Its got an electronic pop sound. Take a listen. "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots pt. 1" "Ego Tripping at the Gates of Hell" "Are You A Hypnotist??" "Do You Realize??"

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