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  1. Kisar

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    At War With The Mystics may just be The Flaming Lips most mis-understood album yet. Criticism towards it points out that it feels dis-jointed, has weaker lyrical content and sounds like a bunch of random ideas thrown together. I disagree. This album carries on where Yoshimi left off but has a more fun, upbeat, psychedelic feel to it/5(98).
  2. Tujinn

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    Editorial Reviews. Since 's The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips have issued an album once every three or four years -- roughly once per presidential term, making At War with the Mystics the second album they've made during George W. Bush's presidency. While Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' themes of seizing the moment and accepting mortality could easily be read as a reaction to 9/11, At Price: $
  3. Moogukus

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    At War With The Mystics may just be The Flaming Lips most mis-understood album yet. Criticism towards it points out that it feels dis-jointed, has weaker lyrical content and sounds like a bunch of random ideas thrown together. I disagree. This album carries on where Yoshimi left off but has a more fun, upbeat, psychedelic feel to it/5().
  4. Doktilar

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    Since 's The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips have issued an album once every three or four years -- roughly once per presidential term, making At War with the Mystics the second album they've made during George W. Bush's presidency. While Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots' themes of seizing the moment and accepting mortality could easily be read as a reaction to 9/11, At War with the Mystics.
  5. Shaktile

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    At War With The Mystics (2-LPs-Color Vinyl) by The Flaming Lips - Vinyl LP () for $ from untabtuwhicunis.ondepmauvetosotegescisibdada.infoinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5().
  6. JoJom

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    Maybe there isn't a vein of stars callin' out my name They'll glow from above our heads Nothin' there to see you down on your knees 25, 26, 27 Back from the future maybe there ain't no heaven There's just you and me Maybe that's all whose left And if there ain't no heaven Maybe there ain't no hell Who knows.
  7. Vuktilar

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    Album Description. Since 's The Soft Bulletin, the Flaming Lips have issued an album once every three or four years -- roughly once per presidential term, making At War with the Mystics the second album they've made during George W. Bush's presidency.
  8. Tautilar

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    At War With The Mystics may just be The Flaming Lips most mis-understood album yet. Criticism towards it points out that it feels dis-jointed, has weaker lyrical content and sounds like a bunch of random ideas thrown together. I disagree. This album carries on where Yoshimi left off but has a more fun, upbeat, psychedelic feel to untabtuwhicunis.ondepmauvetosotegescisibdada.infoinfos:

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