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Just Like Before - The Flaming Lips - Hear It Is (Cassette, Album)

Just Like Before - The Flaming Lips - Hear It Is (Cassette, Album)

  • Tetaxe says:
    Apr 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hear It Is on Discogs/5(30).
  • Nezuru says:
    The Flaming Lips lyrics - song lyrics sorted by album, including "You N Me Sellin' Weed", "Do You Realize?", "Flowers Of Neptune 6".
  • Grotaur says:
    Nov 01,  · The Flaming Lips didn't always have members who knew how to play their instruments. At this point in their history, The Lips hardly knew what they were doing, but they practiced and practiced until they got enough songs together to record an album. This isn't my favorite music, by The Flaming Lips or anybody else, but it's a start /5(10).
  • Metilar says:
    The Rolling Stone Album Guide [3] Finally the Punk Rockers Are Taking Acid is a compilation album by The Flaming Lips, collecting their first three studio albums (Hear It Is, Oh My Gawd!!! and Telepathic Surgery) alongside their self-titled debut EP The Flaming Lips, and previously unreleased material and demo recordings.
  • Dizshura says:
    The Flaming Lips (EP) Hear It Is; Oh My Gawd!!! Telepathic Surgery; (like an album that ideally requires 4 stereos playing at once, I just finished reading your Flaming Lips page and I must say that your reviews are very well written, especially the ones for the later period. So well in fact that I don't think I could comment on them.
  • Vijin says:
    Hear It Is, an Album by The Flaming Lips. Released 21 January on Restless (catalog no. 7 ; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, Post-Punk.
  • Nirg says:
    Hear It Is + The Flaming Lips, an Album by The Flaming Lips. Released in on Pink Dust (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, Post-Punk.
  • Goltimi says:
    The Flaming Lips didn't always have members who knew how to play their instruments. At this point in their history, The Lips hardly knew what they were doing, but they practiced and practiced until they got enough songs together to record an album. This isn't my favorite music, by The Flaming Lips or anybody else, but it's a start /5(10).

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