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The Flaming Lips - 24 Hour Song Skull download mp3 album
Album:
24 Hour Song Skull
Style:
Experimental, Acid Rock
Released:
2011
FLAC vers. size:
1763 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1769 mb
WMA vers. size:
1834 mb
Other formats
MOD AA MMF MIDI RA FLAC DTS
Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
238

Song by The Flaming Lips. from the album 24 Hour Song Skull. 7 Skies H3" is a single, 24-hour-long song contained in an EP, 24 Hour Song Skull. On April 19, 2014 the band released a condensed 50 minute version, separated into 10 tracks, on a translucent vinyl LP for Record Store Day, limited to 7,500 copies. It was released on CD and Digital on May 19, 2014.

Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots is the tenth studio album by American rock band The Flaming Lips, released on July 15, 2002 by Warner Bros. The album was well-received critically and commercially, helping the band break into the mainstream, and was adapted into a musical in 2012

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It's not perfect, but it's the Soft Cell album I put on most regularly. Dark, unhinged, quite truly falling apart, but I love it! 코멘트를 게시했습니다 에 The Flaming Lips - 24 Hour Song Skull. It has nothing to do with satanism. That's American consumerism. 멘트를 게시했습니다 에 Depeche Mode - In Concert-320.

Though the 60-minute album could have easily fit onto two 12" records, the band decided to make the album even more challenging by releasing it on three records, requiring listeners to flip or change the record every 10 minutes. 4. The Durutti Column - The Return of the Durutti Column (1979). If the intention of punk was to destroy all music that came before it, the Durutti Column are really the only ones who followed through with that promise. There could be an entire article about all of the weird ways that the Flaming Lips have released their music, but the most extreme was the release of their EP 24 Hour Song Skull. 6. Street Dogs - ".

Tracklist

24 Bit WAV-1 7 Skies H3 24:00:00
16 Bit WAV-1 7 Skies H3 24:00:00
MP3-1 7 Skies H3 24:00:00

Notes

Limited edition of 13 copies encased in a real human skull.

Released at midnight on Halloween.

The release was also streamed online for a maximum of 999 people at a time.


  • Haal
12 people and 3 more people not shown own this. So 15 people own a 13 copy release? Do we have 2 liars, 2 couples, 2 test pressings?
  • Dainris
everyone getting upset about ~skulls~ should go check out zero kama or metgumbnerbone, seeing as how they /made their instruments from human bone/how is this even a problem
  • Porgisk
That's wild. It sold here for $5171, which is a return of 3.42% after 6 or 7 years. should've just put the money in a CD account.
  • Sharpbrew
Dsicogs what the matter with you ? Have you heard about the word ethic ?
  • Justie
Oh calm down, it's not like they went out and killed people to harvest skulls
  • Larosa
Bloody hell! this is a fake. This doesn't look like a real skull at all. Thats plastic probably made by a 3D printer!
  • breakingthesystem
Let's get the obvious out of the way and start by saying, This is not for everyone. However, the people that ARE interested in the piece will not be disappointed. I can remember when this came out, along with all the other interesting releases in 2011. I was making shit money and had just recently gotten into The Lips. In fact, it was an article about Gummy Skulls on Yahoo that kicked the whole thing off for me. I quickly devoured their back catalogue to bring myself up to speed on their current soundscapes. The Gummy Fetus and Strobo Trip came out and passed me by, as I couldn't afford anything more than 1 Record a week on my peasant's wages. Then October 2011 comes and 7 Skies H3 is released. For me, it was the perfect combination of my fascination with Death, the afterlife, Art and Of Course, The Flaming Lips!! I remember thinking, there's no way in hell I will EVER be able to get one of those. They sold out and I settled for the streaming site and then the RSD Vinyl version that would come a few years later. Six years would pass and I would almost forget this conquest ever existed until Life presented an opportunity for more money and an available copy. Not willing to let history repeat itself, I jumped on the chance. This is the Holy Grail of my collection, the longest I've ever waited to find something and definitely the most expensive single item in it. If I had to do it again, I would do it even quicker if possible!!! I know some people feel it is exploiting people or disrespectful somehow but I disagree. It is simply an unusual piece of Art that is one of a kind and not for the faint of heart or for everyone. People have remains in their houses and that's considered normal, so I feel like it's a variation on that behavior with the exception being I didn't know the person. I wish I did know something about them but sadly I do not. What I do know is that they have a new family and a "second life" with new people. Anyway, that's my take on this, hope you enjoyed reading this. :)
  • Eta
Great write up. And well done purchasing your dream. Eleven words.
  • Gathris
I tried playing it but my stylus got all messed up. Eventually made some really interesting broth though.
  • Dont_Wory
:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)