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The soft bulletin

Author: Wayne Coyne; Steven Drozd; Michael Ivins; Scott Bennett, (Bass guitarist); Flaming Lips (Musical group)
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Bros., 1999.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Rock music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The crazed genius of the Lips comes to full flower on the sonically massive and majestic The Soft Bulletin. Head Lip Wayne Coyne compounds the band's penchant for psychedelic freak-outs with a symphonic extravaganza. The result is nothing short of magnificent, not only the best rock album of the year, but among the best recordings of the decade.
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Wayne Coyne; Steven Drozd; Michael Ivins; Scott Bennett, (Bass guitarist); Flaming Lips (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 41938955
Notes: Rock music.
Compact disc.
Lyrics on insert in container.
Credits: Produced by The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann, Scott Booker. Mixed and recorded by Dave Fridmann & The Flaming Lips. Additional production and mix by Peter Mokran on tracks 1, 5 & 14.
Performer(s): Flaming Lips: Wayne Coyne, lead singer, lead guitar, songwriter ; Steven Drozd, guitar, drums, bass, keyboard, vocals ; Michael Ivins, bass ; with: Scott Bennett, additional bass (track 14).
Event notes: Recorded Apr. 1997-Feb. 1999, in Cassadaga, N.Y.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Race for the prize --
A spoonful weighs a ton --
The spark that bled --
The spiderbite song --
Buggin' --
What is the light? --
The observer --
Waitin' for a superman --
Suddenly everything has changed --
The gash --
Feeling yourself disintegrate --
Sleeping on the roof --
Race for the prize --
Waitin' for a superman.
Responsibility: the Flaming Lips.

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The crazed genius of the Lips comes to full flower on the sonically massive and majestic The Soft Bulletin. Head Lip Wayne Coyne compounds the band's penchant for psychedelic freak-outs with a symphonic extravaganza. The result is nothing short of magnificent, not only the best rock album of the year, but among the best recordings of the decade.

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