Label: Warner Bros. Records - 9 46876-2 • Format: CD HDCD, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Experimental, Indie Rock
The Gash - The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin (CD, Album)

Entire album is included on the DVD in Advanced Resolution Surround Sound , Advanced Resolution Stereo, Dolby Digital Surround Sound and Dolby Digital Stereo, with Bleep-Blop Visualizations. Videos and bonus tracks in Dolby Digital Stereo CD is Demastered Version (These are the original mixes & not Remastered)/5(46).

The Soft Bulletin is the most accessible album that psychedelic-noise-pop stalwarts The Flaming Lips have ever released. The album is different and new, courageous and accomplished, as unique as ever and yet more listenable than ever. Rhythmic, piano-laden, exploding with intelligence and sonic texture, The Soft Bulletin, the band's ninth album, continues the trio's adventure into other-worldly pop/5().

This is a review of the vinyl double album of the Soft Bulletin and because this is lauded as their greatest work by many I won't waffle on about the songs. There is a reason this considered the Lips' greatest work and along with 'Yoshimi.." and "Embryonic" this album represents the /5().

 · The Soft Bulletin Companion was originally a limited-run promotional CD-R that featured alternate mixes, leftover tracks, and other oddities caught on tape between ’97 and ’

The Flaming Lips. - Spotify Logo. *Audio and/or tracklist may vary slightly from the vinyl version. Then I thought about how, even after death, something remains, the part of you that lives with other people, the memories they carry around with them. This, too, is the story of ‘The Soft Bulletin,’ an album that changed things.

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