Embryonic is the twelfth studio album by experimental rock band The Flaming Lips released on October 13, 2009 on Warner Bros. Just this idea that you can weave a couple of themes into there and you can sprawl a little bit.
True to an album named Embryonic, there are tracks that aren't fully formed (namely, the drunken Bonham stumble of "Your Bats" or the free-psych splatter of "Scorpio Swords"), but even in its slighter moments, Embryonic exhibits a renewed sense of fearless freakery for a band who so recently threatened to lapse into stagy routine. But given the band's history, Embryonic's sea change arrives right on time to herald a new Flaming Lips for a new decade. Back in 1990, In a Priest Driven Ambulance signaled the Lips' transformation from garage-punk misfits into a splendorous, kaleidoscopic rock outfit; 1999's The Soft Bulletin reconfigured them once again into a sophisticated, sincere symphonic-pop troupe bestowed with increasing commercial acclaim and street-naming ceremonies in their honor.
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It is no mean feat to release a classic album that sounds different from nearly any other released before it, and the Flaming Lips have now done so three times. This is a true testament to Wayne Coyne and the Lips, a consistency that is nearly impossible to achieve. We live on the impulses. On Embryonic, the Flaming Lips continue their spree of organic project creation, and the result is a very free-thinking and unique album. At first listen, this can be unnerving, as the album is a mass of noise on some tracks and favors hectic and dirty bass lines to melodies
Genre: Neo-Psychedelia. The band moves past their unbearably whimsical side into something infinitely more exciting with Embryonic which sounds like the evil product of a group of delusional scientists dangerously mixing formulas heard from classic, psychedelic records like The Wall, Tago Mago, and even Smile into something insanely dark and fun.
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Embryonic is the twelfth studio album by The Flaming Lips. Engineering Michael Ivins & Dave Fridmann. Mastering Dave Fridmann. Mixing Michael Ivins, Steven Drozd, Wayne Coyne & 1 more. Production Michael Ivins, Steven Drozd, Wayne Coyne & 2 more.
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Just when you thought The Flaming Lips couldn't get any weirder, they drop a double album of paranoid psych-rock freakouts interspersed with glimmering moments of Zen. Embryonic balances brutality in the acerbic, lo-fi shrieks and screeches of "Convinced of the Hex" and the chaotic, metallic crunch of "Worm Mountain" (featuring MGMT) with pure shots of lucidity in the bass-heavy, soft-pop sparkler "Gemini Syringes. Silver Trembling Hands" is the best of both worlds, throbbing with terror before collapsing into a soothing psych-pop dream
Convinced Of The Hex
The Sparrow Looks Up At The Machine
See The Leaves
The Ego's Last Stand
I Can Be A Frog
Sagittarius Silver Announcement
Silver Trembling Hands
Virgo Self-Esteem Broadcast
Watching The Planets
Tarbox Road Studios
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