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American Head
Cat: BELLA 1052CD. Rel: 11 Sep 20
Indie
  1. Will You Return/When You Come Down (feat Micah Nelson (Particle Kid))
  2. Watching The Lightbugs Glow
  3. Flowers Of Neptune 6
  4. Dinosaurs On The Mountain
  5. At The Movies On Quaaludes
  6. Mother I've Taken LSD
  7. Brother Eye
  8. You N Me Sellin' Weed
  9. Mother Please Don't Be Sad
  10. When We Die When We're High
  11. Assassins Of Youth
  12. God & The Policeman (feat Kacey Musgraves)
  13. My Religion Is You
Review: The Flaming Lips didn't really find new noise and drone trajectories during the last decade- they were making white distortion before most of us knew it was music, meaning the recent change of tact is more of a nod to the band's formative years rather than completely new chapter. In the same way, American Head now sees the outfit return to their more feted and famed styles; epic operatic psychedelic pop-rock drama that seems to come from the stratosphere.

It's classic Flaming Lips but with a fittingly 2020 edge - the drug references so clearly evident on track names like 'At The Movies on Quaaludes' and 'Mother, I've Taken LSD' may reveal plenty about the frontman's own well-tweeted discovery of certain mind-altering substances, but it's also ideal fuel for a year in which most of us would rather be anywhere other than alone with our sober thoughts.
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King's Mouth: Music & Songs
Cat: BELLA 889VS. Rel: 19 Jul 19
Indie
  1. We Don't Know How & We Don't Know Why (1:15)
  2. The Sparrow (5:38)
  3. Giant Baby (3:44)
  4. Mother Universe (1:51)
  5. How Many Timnes (3:22)
  6. Electric Fire (4:41)
  7. All For The Life Of The City (4:35)
  8. Feedaloodum Beedle Dot (2:51)
  9. Funeral Parade (2:59)
  10. Dipped In Steel (1:35)
  11. Mouth Of The King (4:50)
  12. How Can A Head (4:09)
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The Soft Bulletin: Live At Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  1. Race For The Prize (7:06)
  2. A Spoonful Weighs A Ton (5:47)
  3. The Spark That Bled (6:17)
  4. The Spiderbite Song (4:22)
  5. Buggin' (7:47)
  6. What Is The Light? (3:29)
  7. The Observer (5:16)
  8. Waitin' For A Superman (4:43)
  9. Suddenly Everything Has Changed (5:08)
  10. The Gash (4:16)
  11. Feeling Yourself Disintegrate (7:43)
  12. Sleeping On The Roof (4:13)
Review: It's hard not to see this offering from hallucinogenic and highly visual psych-rockers The Flaming Lips as a "here's what you could have won" release. And that's "here's what you could have won had you been able to attend this performance of one of our most treasured albums in one of the world's most aesthetically astounding venues". FOMO abounds, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a proper bucket list muso haunt, setting gigs halfway up a Colorado mountain. Throw in live orchestra, the Colorado Symphony, and you've got yourself a truly life-affirming evening. Even on record, there's a tangible difference between the sonics here and the original, still it's an incredibly beautiful and grand album. Perhaps most pronounced during the heart-rendering string sweep of opener "Race For The Prize" (expect shivers), tracks such as "A Spoonful Weighs A Ton" and, of course, "Waitin' For A Superman" feel as though they have finally found their home.
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The Soft Bulletin: Recorded Live At Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  1. Race For The Prize (7:06)
  2. A Spoonful Weighs A Ton (5:47)
  3. The Spark That Bled (6:15)
  4. The Spiderbite Song (4:23)
  5. Buggin' (7:45)
  6. What Is The Light? (4:08)
  7. The Observer (4:34)
  8. Waitin' For A Superman (4:39)
  9. Suddenly Everything Has Changed (5:12)
  10. The Gash (4:14)
  11. Feeling Yourself Disintegrate (7:41)
  12. Sleeping On The Roof (4:12)
Review: It's hard not to see this offering from hallucinogenic and highly visual psych-rockers The Flaming Lips as a "here's what you could have won" release. And that's "here's what you could have won had you been able to attend this performance of one of our most treasured albums in one of the world's most aesthetically astounding venues". FOMO abounds, Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a proper bucket list muso haunt, setting gigs halfway up a Colorado mountain. Throw in live orchestra, the Colorado Symphony, and you've got yourself a truly life-affirming evening. Even on record, there's a tangible difference between the sonics here and the original, still it's an incredibly beautiful and grand album. Perhaps most pronounced during the heart-rendering string sweep of opener "Race For The Prize" (expect shivers), tracks such as "A Spoonful Weighs A Ton" and, of course, "Waitin' For A Superman" feel as though they have finally found their home.
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