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  • Label: CD
  • ASIN : B00000JC6C
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Mikey likes it now but didn't before 13 octobre 2000
Par Justarasta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I pretty much crucified this CD when I first got it. It wore its crown of thorns long and well. My initial impression was that it was a self absorbed and boring attempt at being cool and contemporary.
Things have changed. I listened to it as backround music one day when I had nothing else readily available - it was only available as a very useful coaster (in the box of course).
I listened to it again. Some of the songs grew on me. I found myself actually turning up the volume on some songs. Heck, I started actually liking significant portions of it. There are melodies and hooks in many of the songs and the vocals previously found irritating have an appreciated Neil Young ish quality to them. Perhaps best described as smooth and interesting music with vocals that grow on you.
I'm not going to go into the metaphors and sublimely obtuse arguments advanced both for and agin this CD. The bottom line is that I now enjoy this CD. My prior one star rating is now at four. There is a new coaster. Life is good.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Introduction to the Flaming Lips 2 juin 2014
Par C_Hus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
So, I joined the party about 15 years late on this one. Although I was not familiar with their music, I had always heard great things about the Flaming Lips from sources that I trusted. I became curious, and once I saw how reasonably priced all of their albums are on Amazon, I decided to do some research. I quickly learned that this is the album that many serious fans consider to be their "masterpiece," so I took the plunge (I know, risky stuff, 7 whole dollars).

I'm really glad I did. After listening to it constantly for several weeks, I began to pick up the rest of their albums. Although I really like all of them for different reasons, this one is still my favorite (with Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots a close second). People with far more expertise than I have already done a great job critiquing the music on the album, so I won't try to do that. The bottom line - if you are at all curious about the Flaming Lips - a band that has existed for over 20 years but very well may have flown under your radar - this is a great place to start.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Work Of Singular Awe 18 avril 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Progressive rock sophistication with none of the pretensiousness that often steals it's soul. This thing is an adventure, a totally unique experience. The magic is in the production, every tiny detail comes with it's own profound meaning, and just when you're amazed at how these little things alone are so satisfying, a beautiful unexpected melody comes flooding in. The subject matter, questioning the meaning of awe, mortality, beauty, love and sorrow, is all presented in a very down-to-earth, personal way we all experience but generally don't know how to express. TEN STARS!!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 ART POP MUSIC FOR A POSTMODERN ERA 1 juin 2005
Par Jose Artiles-Gil - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Let me first confess that this is the first album of Flaming Lips that I have heard, and as many listeners have said, it is kind of hard to dig in it at a first listen; I am one of those who thought at the first listening that he/she was hearing a piece of "idiotic" and "directionless" music. I only remember two other albums that caused me such a strong impression in their own field of music experimentation: Loveless, by My Bloody Valentine, and Lateralus, by Tool. Those albums had the virtue of turning me, after several attentive listenings, in a follower of each group. So has it happened with Soft Bulletin, by The Flaming Lips. The album really sounds strange, weird, and that is because it is a melting pot of different styles of music both in form as in function. The Soft Bulletin is a treasure containing original treatments of country-folk, blues, godspell, surf rock, symphonic rock, choral music, psychodelia, and possibly other types of music that I have not yet been able to identify. At the same time, the songs are highly melodic, harmonically dense, catchy and even very danceable at times, turning them into a part of a pop flavoured ouvre that can appeal to listeners not used to the complexities (and pretentions, some would argue) of some art prog rock music. And finally, the texture of the sound and the atmosphere of the music make you imagine sometimes a film of some sort, or imagine distant and strange environments. Sometimes the music suggest relaxation, sometimes induces to dance. I hope that someone in the near future will lay out the comparisons between the Soft Bulletin and Sargent Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, by the Beatles, Smile, by Brian Wilson, and Dark Side of the Moon, by Pink Floyd, among other historical albums. I cite those albums in order to give the readers the parameters within which The Soft Bulletin should be considered: art pop music, because this is what those albums are about: the fusion between artistry, musicianship, and pop sensibility. A word should be said about Coyne's lyrics and voice in this album. I think that voice and lyrics make the perfect match, because Coyne sings with a very ironic style, like someone who is saying something serious in a not so serious way, which is the trait that befuddle listeners that in the first try consider the music "idiotic". And the lyrics themselves are ironic, revealing the frailty and at the same time marvel of the human condition, as a product of the struggle between the ilusion of power given by knowledge, science or politics, and the reality of our finitude, our limitations and contingent existence. So it is that the best and competitive scientist is in the end a human, with children and wife or husband, and the unexpected bite of a spider in the band guitarrist's hand can destroy the author (Coyne) and the band, and so it is that we cannot wait for a Superman to save us if we do not decide to save ourselves together!!! Folks, some of these lyrics bring tears to my eyes. From now on I will search for the music of these guys! So, what can I add? Listen The Soft Bulleting, and if you do not get it at a first try, give it several chances, you will not repent, and on the contrary, will give thanks to God that there are still creative musicians able to uplift you, as Superman would do.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Utterly perfect. 16 avril 2013
Par Jacob Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
There isn't much to say about this album that hasn't already been said. It's structure is flawless, it's songs poppy and catchy on the surface, but profound and life-affirming beneath the surface. This album has changed my life, and it could very well change yours. My favorite tracks are "Feeling Yourself Disintegrate" and "Suddenly Everything Has Changed". Highly, HIGHY recommended! Seriously, guys, three dollars! Come on! Buy it NOW!
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