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    I liked the band more when they were just being underground and exciting and not hanging around with Smiley Virus.

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    I really enjoyed their last album, The Terror so will give the new one a listen.
    I think I've totally missed what happened with the whole racism thing.

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    Did someone say The Terror??



    "I was depressed for days in a good way."

    The first three songs alone, guys. I died.

    I <3 The Terror.

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    I haven't heard the new single yet, but I'm happy to learn of a new album right around the curve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaro View Post
    Did someone say The Terror??



    "I was depressed for days in a good way."

    The first three songs alone, guys. I died.

    I <3 The Terror.

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    I haven't heard the new single yet, but I'm happy to learn of a new album right around the curve.
    <3 that album so much.

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    Heads up if anyone is interested, I recently put my copy of Waking Up With A Placebo Headwound up for sale on eBay. Hand numbered, and autographed. Haven't been a fan of these dudes in a while but this book was one of my prized possessions for years. Figure there'll be some Flaming Lips fan out there that would want this.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/282358897911...84.m1558.l2649

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    The Flaming Lips with the Oregon Symphony

    On sale now!

    The Flaming Lips will perform their iconic 1999 masterpiece The Soft Bulletin in its entirety, joined by the Oregon Symphony. The ever-evolving psychedelic pop-rock group led by legendary front man Wayne Coyne will create an unmissable, moving, and magical experience. The band’s career breakthrough album featured hit singles "Race for the Prize" and "Waitin’ for a Superman." Upon its release, Pitchfork called it "one of those albums people are going to obsess over for many years to come" – which they absolutely did.
    I'm like 90% there.

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    New Flaming Lips album this fall!



    "American Head" out September 11th. The single released a few weeks ago and today's new song have been great and might be a return to form for those who might have fallen out of love with the group the last few years. I liked Ozcy Mlody fine, but it didn't have a lot of repetition offering. The Terror is immensely underrated.

    Lots of good preorder goodies on the store.



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    I know I'm going blind but this is a bit much. I see in the promo art a tie dye record but then I don't see it on any of the options under it. Is it already sold out or something?


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    Holy fuck, that was fast. Yeah, that tye dye record already sold out.

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