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  • Album vinyle (20 avril 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 4
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00C1CHOP4
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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Sur un plan musical comme conceptuel, les Lips tentent une véritable expérience : poussant le concept de l'écoute interactive au maximum, les Lips ne proposent pas UN mais QUATRE albums !
On peut les jouer 1 par 1, par groupe de 2, de 3 ou les 4 ensemble.
Les différentes combinaisons permettent des options vraiment illimitées, et rend chaque écoute différente de la précédente.
(Pour peu que vous ayiez quelques amis pour vous aider à synchroniser le tout).
Chaque CD seul sonne plus comme du free-jazz que de la pop, même si l'on reconnait la patte de Kevin Coyne.
La puissance de la musique est révélée à chaque ajout de CD. Tous les styles des Lips sont présents: ballade, mélodie, bruit, orchestre...
"How Will We Know ?" est déconseillé aux oreilles sensibles, aux enfants de moins de 36 mois et aux animaux en raison de la présence de fréquences très, très hautes et très, très basses.
Zaireeka, summum du style flamboyant des Lips, est un disque dense et difficile, surtout recommandé aux fans des Lips.
Mais c'est aussi et surtout une expérience inoubliable !
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HASH(0x981b3f78) étoiles sur 5 Eureka Zaireeka 17 décembre 2003
Par E. A Solinas - Publié sur
Format: CD
When a band is already one of the most unique, and among the most innovative in the music biz, what can they do to get even more innovative? The Flaming Lips answer that question in a unique and surreal way in "Zaireeka," which may be the most unique album ever recorded. Whether it's genius depends on how you view music.
Four discs make up "Zaireeka." When played simultaneously, they create a maelstrom of sound. Setting it up with four CD players sounds a bit arduous, but the experience is worth it when songs like the brilliant "Riding to Work in the Year 2025 (You're Invisible Now)" burst out of the multiple speakers. It gives an expansive feeling to the music, as if it's billowing out like smoke and surrounding the listener in a big cushy wall of sound.
The songs have an experimental feeling to them. Some, like "Okay I'll Admit I Really Don't Understand" and "Machine in India" are lacking in complexity when compared to the remaining songs. But in every song, the shimmering multiple layers of sound interweave together, befuddling and dazzling me. A mere disc couldn't hold this much sound. Dogs barking, surreal guitars, gothic organs and pounding drums are much louder here than anywhere else.
It's hard to tell how clear the sound is because of its intensity; it sounds like there are dozens of melodies being played together at times. And fans of the Lips' masterpiece "Soft Bulletin" should check this out. The sound of Zaireeka, once I got used to it, made me think of reminiscent of a bigger, more complicated twin of "Soft Bulletin."
"Zaireeka" is an unparalleled experience that few bands could even dream of, let alone actually make. If you're in the mood for 4-D surreal soundscapes, then this is your thing. A marvelous album.
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HASH(0x982dd624) étoiles sur 5 Best way to spend a Saturday night....serisously 5 juin 2005
Par S. Brodie - Publié sur
Format: CD
I bought this album the other day in at a local record store with all intentions of purchasing "Blonde on Blonde" by Bob Dylan but ended up in the "f" section and picked up this album. Upon reading the warning label on the cover I was sold. Any album that may send me into another musical dimension of disorientation and confusion was something I needed to own.

Would it live up to the hype? I read the enclosed booklet in the CD case and apparently Wayne of "The Flaming Lips" got the idea by having some 60 cars in a parking garage playing music all at the same time creating some psychedelic symphony. I thought this would be the best way to experience the album, and probably the least troublesome since I don't own 4 CD players and didn't want to trouble my friends into setting up theirs. Anyway, I convinced some of my friends that this was an experiment that needed to take place and that I need 4 other cars with CD players. They were skeptical at first but I assured them we would be taken away on a magic carpet ride of sound. We met at an abandoned parking lot and parked the cars in a circle.

At first it was difficult to get the CDs to sync up, but after trial and error we finally got it to work. Wow. We stood in the center of the cars and were literally surrounded and inside the sound. To experiment we'd move from car to car listening to each individual CD which by itself was only nonsensical sound but when they worked together created something beautiful and profound. It was also interesting to walk away from the cars and listen to the songs from far away as they came together. It truly was an experience.

Even if you don't know or like "The Flaming Lips", try this. It's absolutely worth the time, money, and effort. You can't put a price on a musical journey. I suggest going with playing the CDs through 4 cars because you get to be outside and can experiment more with the sound by moving around. Do it!
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HASH(0x982e6798) étoiles sur 5 This will change how you listen to music 7 janvier 2003
Par Tom Massie - Publié sur
Format: CD
I have been a Lips fan for a while and had wanted to listen to Zaireeka for quite some time, but never had the chance. I decided to download a set of "mixed-down" mp3s from Kazaa and put them on a cd and gave it a listen, and thought it sounded neat, but it was obvious that it was just too much sound for one cd and so it sounded quite muddy. I noticed, however, that the actual box set was only 25 bucks at the local record store and so i decided to give it a whirl. IT IS AMAZING. I can't stress this enough. In NO WAY does a single-cd version of these songs come anywhere near to expressing the true experience. The goliath sound of this album makes famous producers like Phil Spector or Nigel Godrich seem like giddy amateurs. Synching the 4 cds is actually not as tedious or difficult as some would have you believe, as I have found that the album sounds the best when it is very close, but not perfectly in synch. Don't let that stop you, it is not a problem. Anyone who can't decide whether to buy this or not, i implore you, PLEASE DO! After this, everything will sound half-assed. Also, because of the nature of dealing with 4 different cds and cd players, the options are endless for changing the sound. Good luck!
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HASH(0x988d49e4) étoiles sur 5 For sheer ambition, uniqueness, and fun! 28 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
It takes effort to even get the chance to listen to this set--you need to have at least 2 (preferably 4) CD players in the same room. If you can get it together you are in for the kind of sonic experience that maybe your parents had when they dropped acid for Sgt. Pepper--but guess what? We don't even need drugs for this record; it sounds like them already! This is such a fresh, audacious auditory experience, with sounds whirling in from every corner, spilling off and apart and somehow magically linking up again. In addition, the first four songs (especially "Riding to work") may be the best Flaming Lips songs ever, which only goes to prove their greatness. Needless to say this set exceeded my expectations for the quality of the experience. One point: you really can't enjoy this record by playing one CD at a time (though two at a time is adequate). This fact just enhances the specialness of each full audition. I've heard it called overblown, pretentious, blah, blah, blah--come on, folks! This is the Flaming Lips! They should get points just for pulling this off! The Flaming Lips are many things: glorious, silly, profound, inane, precious, moving, frustrating, rocked out, etc. One thing they are not is pretentious. They've always had a great sense of humor not just in their (marginal) lyrics but in the music itself. Their fun is taken seriously and their seriousness is funny, and that is the hallmark of a great band.
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HASH(0x983412ac) étoiles sur 5 The "Dark Side of the Moon" of Our Generation? 8 mars 2004
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: CD
I virtually never listen to this type of music -- I'm usually listening to stodgy old classical music written centuries ago. But I was at a party at a friend's dorm room, and he decided we would play "Zaireeka" on his four CD players. I didn't know what to expect, especially because I'm not a Lips fan, or a fan of experimental or alternative music in general...
But suffice to say, I was blown away. It's been a whole day and I've thought of little other than this album.
What does it sound like? Imagine a song that isn't just presented to you on disc so that it sounds the same way every time... Imagine assembling the song yourself from a variety of ambient noises that happen to sound good together (well, most of them do)... Imagine hearing so many sounds at the same time that your brain keeps jumping uncontrollably from one to the next, assembling harmonies and sonorities on the fly out of all the organized chaos you're assaulted with. Imagine lead vocals, in one tempo, coming at you from one corner of the room, while a trumpet solo harmonizes the vocals from across the room, its tempo just a little off-kilter so that it drags a little further behind the vocals each measure, warping your sense of time. All the while, trippy ambient sounds enwrap you from all sides. And this is just one moment of one track of "Zaireeka."
The lyrics are sad and disturbing and terrifying, telling stories of insanity and suicide, but yet it's all a beautiful and transcendent experience to listen to, and not a depressing one. And the lyrics, while they add shades of meaning to the tracks, are certainly not of central importance -- I barely caught any of them, because I was so entranced by the other sounds I was hearing.
This reminds me a whole lot of the first time I heard Floyd's "Dark Side," but imagine taking the sound stage of that album to a whole new level -- adding weirder sonorities, adding the spatial element of the four CD's, and adding another time dimension in the in-and-out-of-phase cycling of the four discs, as the separate tracks get into synch with each other and then unravel slowly, again and again. Basically, this record must be heard (and heard with all four discs) to be believed. Even if you normally hate this kind of music, it's a sound experience that will change you. I like to imagine that when people heard a record like "Dark Side" for the first time, back in the day, they felt like I felt yesterday after hearing "Zaireeka" for the first time. Hopefully this disc will eventually be recognized as just as groundbreaking and ingenious as "Dark Side," provided enough people have access to 4 CD players in one room...
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