The Flaming Lips - Transmissions From The Satellite Heart album download
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|1||Turn It On||4:39|
|2||Pilot Can At The Queer Of God||4:17|
|3||Oh My Pregnant Head (Labia In The Sunlight)||4:06|
|4||She Don't Use Jelly||3:40|
|5||Chewin' The Apple Of Yer Eye||3:51|
|7||Be My Head||3:15|
|8||Moth In The Incubator||4:13|
|9||* * * * * * *
Written-By – Ed Rush , George Cromarty
|10||When Yer Twenty Two||3:34|
|11||Slow Nerve Action||5:56|
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- Distributed By – Warner Music Canada Ltd
- Manufactured By – Cinram
- Mastered At – Chicago Recording Company
- Recorded At – Studio Seven
- Artwork [Photo Mutilation] – Mooneyham
- Design – Fate*
- Photography By – J. Michelle Martin
- Producer – Keith Cleversley, The Flaming Lips
- Recorded By, Engineer, Mastered By – Keith Cleversley
- Written-By – The Flaming Lips (tracks: 1 to 8, 10, 11)
NotesMastered at Chicago Recording Co. Recorded Jan.-Feb. '93 at Studio Seven in OKC.
Wayne - is a Capricorn
Steven - is 5 feet 11 inches
Michael - weighs 127 pounds
Ronald - wears size 9 1/2 shoe
Please play all tracks at maximum volume
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Transmissions from the Satellite Heart is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Flaming Lips, released on June 22, 1993 by Warner Bros. The album marked the departure of Jonathan Donahue (to Mercury Rev) and Nathan Roberts, and the addition of guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd.
Chewin the Apple of Your Eye. Исполнитель.
Transmissions for the Satellite Heart is the sixth studio album by the Flaming Lips, and the first to feature guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd. Transmissions was also the first Flaming Lips release to make an impact on the charts, hitting on the Billboard 200 and on the US Top Heatseekers charts. Transmissions from the Satellite Heart Q&A. Producers The Flaming Lips & Keith Cleversley. Writers Ed Rush, George Cromarty, Michael Ivins & 3 more. Backing Vocals Michael Ivins, Ronald Jones (The Flaming Lips) & Steven Drozd.
Indie Rock The Flaming Lips. 队列表 Indie Rock The Flaming Lips Transmissions from the Satellite Heart. 1. Turn It on. 2. Pilot Can at the Queer of God. 3. Oh My Pregnant Head. 4. She Dont Use Jelly. 5. Chewin the Apple of Your Eye. 6. Superhumans. 8. Moth in the Incubat. 10. When Yer Twenty Two. 11. Slow Nerve Action.
Songwriter – The Flaming Lips (tracks: 1 to 8, 10, 11). Notas.
The Move - Message From the Country. The Move - Looking On. The Move - Move.
Many of the bands that took cues from 1960s psychedelia could be termed copyists, but Oklahoma's Flaming Lips adopted the era's anything-goes experimentalism without any of its cliches. The group's second Warner Bros. album (and sixth overall), TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE SATELLITE HEART, plants out-there lyrics worthy of Roky Erikson in a soundscape where noisy guitar squawk, dreamy acoustic passages and catchy hooks coexist happily.
The Flaming Lips have for eight years been making some of the wiggiest pop records this side of Julian Cope. At one time, it might have been easy to dismiss the Oklahoma City quartet as overly enamored of whimsy ( One Million Billionth of a Millisecond on a Sunday Morning ) or excess (the 23-minute Hell’s Angel’s Cracker Factory ) or British acid rock. But unlike the insular, in-jokey atmosphere of previous Lips releases, Transmissions From the Satellite Heart< doesn’t make the listener work as hard to enjoy the journey