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The Flaming Lips — 7 Skies H3 (2014)

The Flaming Lips — 7 Skies H3   USA Flag           The Flaming Lips — 7 Skies H3
Δ   A 43-minute "extraction and reduction" will be released on vinyl.


Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States
Released: October 31, 2011
Recorded: 2011 at Tarbox Road Studios, Cassadaga, New York
Album release: April 19, 2014
Record Label: Warner Bros., Lovely Sorts of Death
Duration:     49:35
Tracks:
01 7 SKIES H3 (Can't Shut Off My Head)     8:23
02 Meepy Morp     2:57
03 Battling Voices from Beyond     3:05
04 In a Dream     4:51
05 Metamorphosis     5:23
06 Requiem     3:34
07 Meepy Morp (Reprise)     2:00
08 Riot in My Brain!!     4:28
09 7 SKIES H3 (Main Theme)     6:27
10 Any Fucking Thing You Love     8:27
Personnel:
Wayne Coyne, Michael Ivins, Steven Drozd, Kliph Scurlock, Derek Brown
Band members:
→ Wayne Coyne — lead vocals, guitar, keyboards (1983–present)
Michael Ivins — bass, keyboards, backing vocals (1983–present)
Steven Drozd lead vocals, drums, guitar, keyboards, bass, backing vocals (1991–present)
Derek Brown — guitar, keyboards, percussion, backing vocals (2009–present)
Jake Ingalls — keyboards, guitars (2013–present)
Live members
Ray Suen — percussion, violin, harp, keyboards (2009–2012)
The Flaming Lips Announce Limited Edition Vinyl Release Of '7 Skies H3' For Rsd Plus UK Tour In May & Headlining Eotr Festival 2014
•   THE FLAMING LIPS return to the fray in 2014 with assorted activity to keep the hardcore happy. On the release front the guys have something special up their sleeves for this year's Record Store Day when they'll be releasing an edited version of their 24-hour song '7 Skies H3'. The RSD version will be a 50-minute distillation spanning across 10 tracks and will be available on clear 12-inch vinyl. The release also includes a digital download card.
•   Following on from this May will see their UK live return with a 4-date tour including a performance at Brixton Academy. Wayne Coyne and co will then return in late August to headline the End Of The Road festival. Those dates below.
•   Monday 26 May — EDINBURGH — Usher Hall
•   Tuesday 27 May — MANCHESTER — O2 Apollo
•   Wednesday 28 May — LONDON - Brixton Academy
•   Thursday 29 May — NOTTINGHAM — Capital FM Arena
•   Saturday 30 August — LARMER TREE GARDENS — End Of The Road festival
REVIEW
BY ALEX YOUNGON FEBRUARY 26, 2014, 4:22PM
A 43-minute "extraction and reduction" will be released on vinyl
•   If there’s one band who pours their heart and soul into Record Store Day, it’s The Flaming Lips. Past installments of the annual holiday have seen the band release a full cover of Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of a Moon, a collaborative LP titled Heady Fwends, a toy frog containing the band’s first demo, a life-size chocolate human skull, and a variety of similar ambitious and wacky releases. So, what do the Lips have on tap for Record Store Day 2014, set for April 19th?
•   As The Future Heart reports, the band plans to release a vinyl edit of “7 Skies H3″, which you may know best as the band’s 24-hour long song. “7 Skies H3″ was first premiered online for Halloween 2011 and 17 copies were later released on flash drives encased in human skulls, each of which sold for $5,000.
•   The vinyl edit due out for Record Store Day features a 43-minute version of the song — or, as the band describe it, an “extraction and reduction.” The release was mastered by Dave Fridmann, engineered by Michael Ivins, and features artwork from longtime “visualist” George Salsibury.
•   Wayne Coyne discussed the project in a recent interview with Alternative Press:
“We made 17 of those [2011 skulls containing "7 Skies H3"] but that music is — a lot of people really, they want to hear bits of the music but it’s quite a commitment. So Dave Fridmann and his son have engineered a couple of times this 24 hour song down to three albums, two albums and a one album version… I’m going to listen to all those and see if maybe we would release something that takes the 24 hours, sticks it on something manageable — like a couple of records — and maybe we’d release that. Sounds like it could be really fun. And when I go back and re-visit that music I think fans would really love it.”
•   The band release a vinyl edit of 7 Skies H3, which you may know best as the band’s 24-hour long song. “7 Skies H3″ was first premiered online for Halloween 2011 and 17 copies were later released on flash drives encased in human skulls, each of which sold for $5,000.
•   The vinyl edit due out for Record Store Day features a 43-minute version of the song — or, as the band describe it, an “extraction and reduction.” The release was mastered by Dave Fridmann, engineered by Michael Ivins, and features artwork from longtime “visualist” George Salsibury.
Fortaken: http://consequenceofsound.net/
Website: http://www.flaminglips.com/
Album: http://www.satelliteheartradio.com/24/
Discography:
•   Hear It Is (1986)
•   Oh My Gawd!!!...The Flaming Lips (1987)
•   Telepathic Surgery (1989)
•   In a Priest Driven Ambulance (with Silver Sunshine Stares) (1990)
•   Hit to Death in the Future Head (1992)
•   Transmissions from the Satellite Heart (1993)
•   Clouds Taste Metallic (1995)
•   Zaireeka (1997)
•   The Soft Bulletin (1999)
•   Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots (2002)
•   At War with the Mystics (2006)
•   Once Beyond Hopelessness (2008)
•   Embryonic (2009)
•   The Dark Side of the Moon (2010)
•   The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends (2012)
•   The Terror (2013)

The Flaming Lips — 7 Skies H3 (2014)


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