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The Flaming Lips - Transmissions From The Satellite Heart MP3

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Performer: The Flaming Lips
Title: Transmissions From The Satellite Heart
Country: US
Released: 22 Jun 1993
Style: Noise, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock, Experimental
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5
Catalog #: 9 45334-4, 4-45334
Label: Warner Bros. Records

Tracklist

1Oh My Pregnant Head (Labia In The Sunlight)4:06
2She Don't Use Jelly3:40
3★★★★★★★
Written-By – Ed Rush , George Cromarty
2:19
4Pilot Can At The Queer Of God4:17
5Be My Head3:15
6Superhumans3:14
7Slow•Nerve•Action5:56
8Moth In The Incubator4:13
9Turn It On4:39
10Chewin' The Apple Of Yer Eye3:51
11When Yer Twenty Two3:34


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
9 45334-2The Flaming Lips Transmissions From The Satellite Heart ‎(CD, Album)Warner Bros. Records9 45334-2US1993
9 45334-2The Flaming Lips Transmissions From The Satellite Heart ‎(CD, Album, RP)Warner Bros. Records9 45334-2US1993
530197-1 The Flaming Lips Transmissions From The Satellite Heart ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, TP)Warner Bros. Records530197-1 US2011
9362-45334-2The Flaming Lips Transmissions From The Satellite Heart ‎(CD, Album, RP)Warner Bros. Records9362-45334-2EuropeUnknown
W2 45334The Flaming Lips Transmissions From The Satellite Heart ‎(CD, Album, Club)Warner Bros. RecordsW2 45334Canada1993


Credits

  • Design [Design By]FATE, Discorporated
  • Engineer [Engineered By], Mastered ByKeith
  • Mastered ByScott
  • Other [Mastered By] – Jeffrey
  • Photography ByJ. Michelle Martin
  • Photography By [Photo Mutilation]Mooneyham
  • ProducerKeith Cleversley, The Flaming Lips
  • Recorded By [Superior Quality Of Recording By]Keith Cleversley
  • Written-ByThe Flaming Lips (tracks: A1 to B3, B5 to B6)


Notes

Featuring the Absolute Sounds Of THE FLAMING LIPS

Recorded Jan-Feb. '93 at Studio 7 in OKC.

All songs written by The Flaming Lips, except track B4 ★★★★★★★ "Plastic Jesus" written by George Cromarty & Ed Rush.

©℗1993 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the U.S. Made in U.S.A.


Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 0 9362-45334-4 3
  • Pressing Plant ID: SR
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Published By – Lovely Sorts of Death
  • Published By – EMI U Catalog Inc.
  • Recorded At – Studio 7, Oklahoma City, OK
  • Mastered At – Chicago Recording Company
  • Duplicated By – Specialty Records Corporation


Video


Album

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. The track She Don't Use Jelly is notable for being the band's first charting radio hit, after its video was featured on the MTV series Beavis and Butt-Head nearly a year after the album's. The addition of guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd recharges the Flaming Lips' batteries for the superb Transmissions From the Satellite Heart, another prismatic delicacy that continues the group's drift toward pop nirvana. Transmissions from the Satellite Heart is The Flaming Lips' sixth album, released in 1993. Turn It On 0:00 Pilot Can at the Queer of God 4:39 Oh, Flaming Lips are an American neo-psychedelic band, formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States in 1983. Throughout their career, band members have come and gone, but currently The Flaming Lips consist of original members WayneThe Flaming Lips are an American neo-psychedelic band, formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States in 1983. Throughout their career, band members have come and gone, but currently The Flaming Lips consist of original members Wayne read more. Similar Artists. No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: FLAMING LIPS Title: TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE SATELLI Street Release Date: 06221993 Domestic Genre: ROCKPOP. Sometimes it seems as if there's every other band in America, and then there's the Flaming Lips. The Norman, Oklahoma, quartet makes modern rock that doesn't sound like anyone else head music, they'd have called it in psychedelia's heyday, weird soundscapes that conjure the bizarre alternate universe on the other side of the funhouse mirror. 0 out of 5 stars satellite heart flaming lips. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 6, 2013. Verified Purchase. Album 1993 11 Songs. Try it Rock. The Flaming Lips. Songs in album The Flaming Lips - Transmissions From The Satellite Heart 1993. The Flaming Lips - Turn It On. The Flaming Lips - Pilot Can At The Queer Of God. The Flaming Lips - Oh, My Pregnant Head. The Flaming Lips - She Don't Use Jelly. The Flaming Lips - Chewin The Apple Of Your Eye. The Flaming Lips - Superhumans. The Flaming Lips - Be My Head. The Flaming Lips - Moth In. The Flaming Lips - She Don't Use Jelly 3:48. The Flaming Lips - Turn It On 4:06. The Flaming Lips - Be My Head 3:27. 목록에 추가. 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 Hells Angels Cracker Factory or British acid rock. But unlike the insular, in-jokey atmosphere of previous Lips releases, Transmissions From the Satellite Heart doesnt make the listener work as hard to enjoy the journey. At the outset, guitarist Waye Coyne yelps, When you aint got no rel. 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 108 on the Billboard 200 and 1 on the US Top Heatseekers charts. Transmissions from the Satellite Heart Q&A