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Transmissions from the Satellite Heart is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Flaming Lips, released on June 22, 1993 by Warner Bros. The album marked the departure of Jonathan Donahue (to Mercury Rev) and Nathan Roberts, and the addition of guitarist Ronald Jones and drummer Steven Drozd.
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October 28, 1993 4:00AM ET. Transmissions From The Satellite Heart. At one time, it might have been easy to dismiss the Oklahoma City quartet as overly enamored of whimsy ( One Million Billionth of a Millisecond on a Sunday Morning ) or excess (the 23-minute Hell’s Angel’s Cracker Factory ) or British acid rock. But unlike the insular, in-jokey atmosphere of previous Lips releases, Transmissions From the Satellite Heart< doesn’t make the listener work as hard to enjoy the journey.
It is from their album Transmissions from the Satellite Heart. The song became popular after being featured on the MTV show Beavis and Butt-head, nearly a year after the album's release. It is still their highest charting single to date (and the only to chart on the . Billboard Hot 100), even entering the top 10 of the Modern Rock Tracks chart, at number 9. Even though the band often ignores playing their pre-Soft Bulletin material, "She Don't Use Jelly" has usually been the most notable exception and is still played.
THE FLAMING LIPS Transmissions From The Satellite Heart (1993 German pressed 11-track CD album including the singles She Dont Use Jelly and Turn It On picture sleeve). For so long, The Flaming Lips were indie-rock's Least Likely To's. For more than 10 years, these ever-shifting American psychedelists made some of the oddest records known to man or beast
Occasionally this works for some bands, and on Transmissions From the Satellite Heart, the band's sixth album, it all (bizarrely) seems to work for the Flaming Lips. Up until this point the band seemed content to fill albums with crap and forgettable alternative rock, and slip in the odd excellent track. But no, this album is not like that. It is perhaps the band's most solid album to date in fact, and as such it carves itself out a very unique niche in 90's alternative rock, amongst tough contemporaries, .
Transmissions From The Satellite Heart Album. Alben von The Flaming Lips. Transmissions From The Satellite Heart Album. Veröffentlicht am 1993.
- Keyboards, Drum Programming – Bruno Pezer
NotesWritten & recorded by Transmissions between October 2013 and April 2014.
Additional production, September-October 2017.
Ltd. to 20 copies.
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