Transmissions from the Satellite Heart

The Flaming Lips - Transmissions from the Satellite Heart
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1993 Ratings: #89 / 370
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1993 Ratings: #58
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June 22, 1993 / Release Date
LP / Format
Warner Brothers / Label
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The Flaming Lips take a much larger leap on Transmissions from the Satellite Heart and finally begin to sound like their true selves by doing what they do best; not taking themselves too seriously and having fun with their music.

Musically, this still mostly conforms to the alternative rock sound but actually makes a concerted effort to sound different in some ways from others within the genre. Where their previous releases were merely boring in their delivery, this sounds crisper and more ... read more
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Odd, eclectic, yet strangely mesmerizing.
Fun jams!!!!
Sometimes not taking things too seriously can pay off in big ways and that it the case with most of the Flaming Lips albums. It’s infusion of psychedelia with pop on this record is great, they wouldn’t fully perfect it until 6 years later. Still however, it is a fun record with some cool and memorable moments.
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Track List

  1. Turn It On 
  2. Pilot Can At The Queer Of God 
  3. Oh My Pregnant Head 
  4. She Don't Use Jelly 
  5. Chewin The Apple Of Your Eye 
  6. Superhumans 
  7. Be My Head 
  8. Moth In The Incubator 
  9. ******* (Plastic Jesus) 
  10. When Yer Twenty Two 
  11. Slow Nerve Action
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