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Flaming Lips

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The Flaming Lips  Do You Realize??   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Waitin' for a Superman   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  She Don't Use Jelly   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Race for the Prize (Remix)   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Fight Test   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Convinced of the Hex   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  (Just Like) Starting Over   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  I Was Zapped By the Lucky Super Rainbow   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Ego Tripping At the Gates of Hell   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  The W.A.N.D.   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Bad Days   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  War Pigs (iTunes Originals Version)   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Watching the Planets   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips featuring Pete Townshend  Baba O'Riley   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  One More Robot / Sympathy 3000-21   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Turn It On   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Can't Exist   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Free Radicals   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Shaved Gorilla   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  Godzilla Flick   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  ******* (Plastic Jesus)   buy on itunes
The Flaming Lips  The Sparrow Looks Up At the Machine   buy on itunes

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While it's nearly impossible to ignore the mounds of fake blood and confetti at Flaming Lips shows — not to mention all the animal costumes — the band's songs also happen to be utterly, brilliantly unavoidable. Here are some highlights from more than two decades of mind-melting music, including the symphonic synth-pop of [i]Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots[/i], the sweeping soundscapes of [i]The Soft Bulletin[/i], and a trio of teeth-gnashing tracks ("Watching the Planets," "Convinced of the Hex," "The Sparrow Looks Up At the Machine") that reveal [i]Embryonic[/i] to be an instant classic.

All of the above albums return in our Next Steps, but they're joined by everything from key EP cuts to surreal soundtrack selections.
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