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Live At Austin City Limits Music Festival 2006

by The Flaming Lips

Live At Austin City Limits Music Festival 2006 by The Flaming Lips

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Live At Austin City Limits Music Festival 2006

by The Flaming Lips

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Label: Warner Bros.
The Lips kick-start this triumphant performance with noises that sound like drunken robots getting sick on a broken carousel before jumping into a Moog-laden version of "Yoshimi Part 1." They start "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song" by taking a Dixie Chicksian stand against Dubya (to a raucous round of applause), egging the crowd into a frenzy of audience participation. "Vein Of Stars" floats off the stage like Neil Young fronting Deserters Songs-era Mercury Rev, ending with a climactic, cinematic sweeping of orchestra strings. "Do You Realize" begins with a nod to 1993's "She Don't Use Jelly."

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The Lips kick-start this triumphant performance with noises that sound like drunken robots getting sick on a broken carousel before jumping into a Moog-laden version of "Yoshimi Part 1." They start "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song" by taking a Dixie Chicksian stand against Dubya (to a raucous round of applause), egging the crowd into a frenzy of audience participation. "Vein Of Stars" floats off the stage like Neil Young fronting Deserters Songs-era Mercury Rev, ending with a climactic, cinematic sweeping of orchestra strings. "Do You Realize" begins with a nod to 1993's "She Don't Use Jelly."

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About This Album

The Lips kick-start this triumphant performance with noises that sound like drunken robots getting sick on a broken carousel before jumping into a Moog-laden version of "Yoshimi Part 1." They start "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song" by taking a Dixie Chicksian stand against Dubya (to a raucous round of applause), egging the crowd into a frenzy of audience participation. "Vein Of Stars" floats off the stage like Neil Young fronting Deserters Songs-era Mercury Rev, ending with a climactic, cinematic sweeping of orchestra strings. "Do You Realize" begins with a nod to 1993's "She Don't Use Jelly."