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American Head|The Flaming Lips
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The Flaming Lips
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Track Listing

0 DISC 1:
1 Will You Retu/When You Come Down
2 Watching the ghtbugs Glow
3 Flowers of Neune 6
4 Dinosaurs on e Mountain
5 At the Moviesn Quaaludes
6 Mother I've Ten LSD
0 DISC 2:
1 Brother Eye
2 You N Me Sell' Weed
3 Mother Pleaseon't Be Sad
4 When We Die Wn We're High
5 Assassins of uth
6 God and the Piceman - (featuring Kacey Musgraves)
7 My Religion IYou


  • Genre: Rock & Pop
  • Release Date: September 2020
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 2

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Spin - "The imaginative innocence of 'Dinosaur on the Mountain' melds with the acid trip dreaminess of 'Flowers of Neptune 6' and the Beatles-esque psych ballad 'Mother Please Don't Be Sad,' fitting together like the kind of Lips puzzle only they can assemble." Uncut - "After a decade of experimentation, the Lips returned to more graceful, accessible songwriting on their 16th LP....Their finest since YOSHIMI..." NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "AMERICAN HEAD takes listeners on a walk down memory lane, Coyne's own personal Americana viewed through a dreamy, nostalgic haze of friends, family and biker gangs." Paste (magazine) - "It's a celebration of the band's American roots, rich with lyrical references to Coyne's Oklahoma City upbringing with his troublemaking brothers." Pitchfork (Website) - "[T]he Lips rekindle their past romance with Neil Young's piano ballads, the Beatles' psychedelic guitar tones, and Bowie's stargazing anthems on a deeply personal album." Clash (Magazine) - "[T]his record remains far more indebted to the English prog-folk masters of the late 60s and early 70s than it does to any classic Americana form."

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