Transmissions from the Satellite Heart songs Product Information
Transmissions from the Satellite Heart album for sale by Flaming Lips was released Jun 22, 1993 on the Warner Bros. label. TRANSMISSIONS FROM THE SATELLITE HEART is a perfect example of post-modern ear-candy: sour, rough and skewed on the outside, lusciously sweet and logically structure-less on the inside. Transmissions from the Satellite Heart songs It is a Beatles record with Eno at the controls. While the guitar tones are more akin to laser beams than to standard Gibsons, and the effects-laden vocals casually melt into any form of incidental noise (keyboards, feedback, whatever), songs like "Turn It On" and "She Don't Use Jelly" are nothing more than pure pop songs for now (1990s) people. Transmissions from the Satellite Heart CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
Transmissions from the Satellite Heart album for sale Product Description
Flaming Lips - Transmissions from the Satellite Heart Album Track Listing
|1||Turn It On See All 4 |
|2||Pilot Can at the Queer of God See All 2 |
|3||Oh My Pregnant Head (Labia in the Sunlight) See All 2 |
|4||She Don't Use Jelly See All 4 |
|Additional Track Information Transmissions from the Satellite Heart buy CD music|
|5||Chewin' the Apple of Your Eye|
|6||Superhumans See All 2 |
|7||Be My Head See All 3 |
|8||Moth in the Incubator See All 3 |
|Additional Track Information Transmissions from the Satellite Heart songs|
|9||******* See All 3|
|10||When Yer Twenty-Two|
|11||Slow Nerve Action See All 3 |
Transmissions from the Satellite Heart buy CD music Customer Reviews
Flaming Lips are one of those amazing bands who make such a unique sound that though you can point out influenses you can't deny they're one of a kind.
By Crane (Louisville KY)
||A Whirl of their own|
The album takes off right away and takes you along for the static trip in and all over the modern american and outerspace wasteland, with voices and instruments shooting in different directions and occasionally striking out beautiful harmonies, melodies, and mysteries.
By Nate (Chicago, IL)
||An Easy Route In|
If you're going to start listening to the Flaming Lips today, this should be the first album you pick up, followed quickly by "Clouds Taste Metallic" and "The Soft Bulletin."
By a reviewer (Milwaukee, WI)
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Transmissions from the Satellite Heart songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1101217|
|Release Date||Jun 22, 1993|
|Producer||The Flaming Lips; Keith Cleversley|
|Recording Time||43 minutes|
Wayne Coyne - vocals, guitar