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Unconsciously Screamin - The Flaming Lips - In A Priest Driven Ambulance (CD, Album)

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  1. The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends is the first album in the "Fwends" series by the American rock band The Flaming Lips in collaboration with a variety of guests. Recorded throughout and , the album was released as a limited edition on vinyl for Record Store Day on April 21, and on CD, vinyl and digitally on June 26, /5(5).
  2. In a Priest Driven Ambulance (With Silver Sunshine Stares) is the fourth album by The Flaming Lips, released in It is a concept album primarily focused on frontman Wayne Coyne's fascination with religion. It is generally considered among critics to be one of the Flaming Lips' greatest albums.
  3. If there's such a thing as a quintessential lyrical mood for a Flaming Lips song (not all songs follow this, but a lot of them do), it's a kind of bittersweet guarded optimism along the lines of "Gee whiz, it sure is difficult out there in the world, but it's sure great to be alive" or thereabouts.
  4. In a Priest Driven Ambulance (With Silver Sunshine Stares) is the fourth album by The Flaming Lips, released in (see in music). It is a concept album primarily focused on frontman Wayne Coyne's fascination with religion. It is generally considered among critics to be one of the Flaming Lips' greatest albums.
  5. In a Priest Driven Ambulance CD from The Flaming Lips. Artist: The Flaming Lips; Genre: Rock; Label: Restless; Release Year: ; Track Listing. 1. Shine on Sweet Jesus [Jesus Song No. 5].
  6. In A Priest Driven Ambulance, With Silver Sunshine Stares. Shine On Sweet Jesus - Jesus Song No. 5. Unconsciously Screamin' Rainin' Babies. Take Meta Mars. Five Stop Mother Superior Rain. Stand In Line. God Walks Among Us Now - Jesus Song No. 6. There You Are - Jesus Song No. 7. Mountain Side. What A Wonderful World. CD5.
  7. It's maybe the coolest sleeve ever, but the music contained inside is hardly an afterthought -- "Unconsciously Screamin'" originates from In a Priest Driven Ambulance, the first truly classic Flaming Lips album, and the other three songs here ("Ma, I Didn't Notice," "Lucifer Rising," and "Let Me Be It") come from the same sessions, so this is one time where it's safe to judge a book by its cover.8/
  8. Editorial Reviews. The fourth album from The Flaming Lips remastered from original sources by the band’s longtime musical foil and producer, David Fridmann, with help from the Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Michael Ivins/5(12).

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