Soft Bulletin is courageous, accomplished and exploding with intelligence and sonic texture!
Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the April 2010 Issue of Stereophile!
One of the most respected and innovative bands in music, The Flaming Lips scored a major breakthrough with 1999's The Soft Bulletin, the group's most accessible album to that point. Courageous, accomplished and exploding with intelligence and sonic texture, the album topped more than 60 year-end "best of" lists, helped rank the psychedlic-noise-popsters among the world's most influential bands and led to the best-selling of 2002's Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots.
The Soft Bulletin was recorded in Cassadaga, New York, April 1997-February 1999.
Side A - LP 1:
1. Race for the Prize
2. A Spoonful Weighs a Ton
3. The Spark that Bled
4. The Spiderbite Song
Side B - LP 1:
6. What Is the Light?
7. The Observer
Side C - LP 2:
1. Waitin' For A Superman
2. Suddenly Everything Has Changed
3. The Gash
Side D - LP 2:
4. Slow Motion
5. Feeling Yourself Disintegrate
6. Sleeping on the Roof
Recorded in Cassadaga, New York April 1997 - February 1999