THE FLAMING LIPS To Launch A New Restricted-edition Vinyl EP Entitled ‘Hypnotist’ On June 16 | XS Noize

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The Flaming Lips will unveil a brand new limited-edition vinyl EP entitled Hypnotist on June 16. It notably collects 4 fan-favourite tracks beforehand solely out there on the 6-CD Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots twentieth Anniversary Field Set.

Now, they grace the 32-minute Hypnotist giving the songs a vinyl launch for the very first time. The tracklisting notably boasts the immersive 24-minute sonic head-trip “Psychedelic Hypnotist Daydream (demo),” which unfurls as one of many group’s most epic gems up to now. Moreover, it consists of the “Duck Dodgers Theme (Duck Dodgers Demo: With Wayne Scratch Vocal),” “I Know I’ve Received To Make That Dream The Actual Factor (Demo),” and, lastly, “Do You Understand?? (Instrumental).”

Watch Wayne Coyne revisit the unique 4-track recording of “Psychedelic Hypnotist Daydream” – BELOW:

Different latest vinyl releases embrace two sought-after fan favourite Eps. Battle Check (on Ruby Purple Vinyl) and Ego Tripping on the Gates of Hell (Glow In the dead of night Inexperienced Vinyl) can be found on restricted version vinyl now.

Additionally out there now’s the Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots: twentieth Anniversary Version 6-CD field set (100 tracks), crammed with unique album & EP tracks, plus a plethora of B-Sides, demos, stay radio classes and beforehand unreleased rarities. The 5-LP field set (56 tracks) was launched on April 14.

The Flaming Lips are performing Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots in its entirety at choose venues world wide. Click on HERE for particulars.



1. Psychedelic Hypnotist Daydream (Demo)


1. Duck Dodgers Theme (Duck Dodgers Demo: With Wayne Scratch Vocal)

2. I Know I’ve Received To Make That Dream The Actual Factor (Demo)

3. Do You Understand?? (Instrumental)

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Launched in July 2002, the sci-fi-themed quasi-concept album Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots stays the industrial high-water mark in The Flaming Lips’ wild four-decade journey, giving them their first RIAA-certified Gold Report. Because the eagerly awaited follow-up to 1999’s masterwork The Tender Bulletin, Yoshimi proved that singer/guitarist Wayne Coyne and multi-instrumentalist Steven Drozd had yet one more masterpiece in them. The file yielded the band’s top-streamed observe, “Do You Understand??” (a timeless stargazing anthem that, in 2009, was named the Official Rock Tune of the band’s native Oklahoma) and likewise landed the Lips their first-ever GRAMMY Award® win for the cosmic album-closing instrumental “Approaching Pavonis Mons by Balloon (Utopia Planitia).”

Watch Wayne listening to the multi-tracks for “Do You Understand??” – BELOW:


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