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Musik Die Schwer Zu Twerk [Vinyl]

Musik Die Schwer Zu Twerk [Vinyl]

Artist: Electric Wurms

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Musik Die Schwer Zu Twerk [Vinyl]
Musik Die Schwer Zu Twerk [Vinyl]

Artist: Electric Wurms
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1. I Could Only See Clouds
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2. Futuristic Hallucination
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3. The Bat
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4. The Second Time
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5. Transform
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6. Heart of the Sunrise
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DETAILS
Format: Vinyl
Label: WARNER BROS / WEA
Rel. Date: 08/19/2014
UPC: 093624936091

More Info:

Electric Würms, a prog-rock side project featuring The Flaming Lips' multi-instrumentalist Steven Drozd on vocals, guitars, and keyboards and front man Wayne Coyne on bass and backed by Nashville psychedelic rock band Linear Downfall, presents a six-song album on Warner Bros. Records. Musik, Die Shwer Zu Twerk, will transport the listener into a new kind of transcendental orbit than one might expect from The Lips alone. Instead, these six velvety compositions appear to be harvested from a higher bardo plane of sound yet maintain a pleasantly familiar rock "experience" associated with The Lipsianoeuvre.

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