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Transmissions from the Satellite Heart is The Flaming Lips' sixth album, released in 1993. Its fourth track, "She Don't Use Jelly", is notable for being The Flaming Lips' first charting radio hit, after its video was featured on the MTV show Beavis and Butt-Head, nearly a year after the album's release. "Turn It On" was also a moderately-successful single, and also had two different music videos, one of which was shot at a laundromat. The album marked the departure of… read more



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  • Avatar for hashtagbluejay
    Important album everybody should listen to.
  • Avatar for clintbeed6793
    This and Clouds Taste Metallic are easily their peak!
  • Avatar for Wondermoose
    The Flaming Lips' masterpiece in my opinion.
  • Avatar for bloomindaedalus
    lol radiohead get compared to this. as if....(it didn't pre-subsume the nineties white guy "i stole it from idm and post rock" sound whatever greenwood et al tried to do and got rich failing at....) well im old i guess noise hippes are now what hippies were when i was dreaming up this then yet un delivered album..
  • Avatar for paperwerewolf
    Always makes me think of summer, this one.
  • Avatar for sallymander23
    I couldn't get enough of this when it came out. Had it on orange vinyl which died in the heat in my car, went like a taco. Then I found the CD in HMV for £3. Chuffed.
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  • Avatar for diehappyx33
    My favorite Lips album.
  • Avatar for himay333
    My favorite flaming lips album - hands down - no other takers. I've struggled with everything after Clouds. I think I need to give The Soft Bulletin another chance though based on others comments.
  • Avatar for baacardi
    My favourite pre-Zaireeka album by the Lips. Some fucking great songs on here.

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