Free Radicals (3:41)

Cover of 20 Years of Weird '86-'06

From 20 Years of Weird '86-'06 and 7 other releases

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  • sls

    This is a groovy, rockin 'Lips song with an on-point message about Islamic fanatics... screw you dude, this is top notch

    20 Mar 9:58pm Reply
  • Chumsicles

    not a very good song.....

    14 May 2013 Reply
  • NeoOneNil

    [1 of 2 posted 01-28-2011] Personally I can relate to this song, as I often take snippets of songs & certain lyrical passages that grips & really moves my nous/intellect. After, I try to spread that out to other people through trying to tell them to listen/analyse/think for themselves @ the genesis seed lyrics of the songs being sung. Make it mean what you want to mean, no barriers - your choice, your cognition: a 'free for all'. Lately, I've come to epiphany most of non-pay-TV or free-to-air 'Network' syndicated TV owned by the Packers/Murdochs is propaganda $lanted bullshit that 'mind zombie controls' the population to behave & reason out in Only One Way espoused by the 'fat cats' media owners, Donald Trumps & even the governments themselves blah blah blah. The sentiment I get is Wayne Coyne instating that people like me don't have VERY original ideas (read above) & are NOT really radical (after all), let alone purely revolutionary.

    27 Jul 2012 Reply
  • NeoOneNil

    [2 of 2 posted 01-28-2011] We're just being immature or fanatical about trying to make our feelings more widespread/taken & lapped up - often in vain or miniscule reception. 'Your bodyguard' line infers we're not macho physically superior superheroes, but rather sensitive/sometimes confused childish geeks in need of protection. Sure, what applies to some doesn't apply to all others - but when you feel so passionately about an issue, here's all I'll have to write (ala an epitaph). Song lyrics is the quickest & most poetic/subtle way of getting people to change, be themselves & find their niche - CONTRARY to $ociety prescribed college education & self help books et al etc blah blah blah ad infinitum. I read, do & try the latter pill, but in the end 'we always came back to the song we were singing at any particular time', as sung by Paul McCartney himself. That, folks, is the magic potion & the bullet: in The Song.

    27 Jul 2012 Reply
  • wi-lll

    Prince, not of Montreal.

    22 Feb 2012 Reply
  • STONEfly88

    Love that guitar.

    21 Dec 2011 Reply
  • in90sec

    i love wanting to love a track and find out i already do love <3

    18 Nov 2011 Reply
  • OneDrunkWalking

    Prince & Ween

    30 Oct 2011 Reply
  • Bolshevized

    Indie nerd funk. Rad.

    2 Nov 2010 Reply
  • gnurf


    23 Oct 2010 Reply
  • bingbongbilly

    Can't beat a bit of Flaming Lips!

    8 Jul 2010 Reply
  • RamonaBee

    Hahaha Pamento!

    29 Jun 2010 Reply
  • danibose

    I think YOURE fanatical.

    5 Jun 2010 Reply
  • AttractiveElf

    Dude, the beginning made me jizz.

    2 May 2010 Reply
  • thedimmick

    You're turning into... a poor man's Donald Trrrump! :)

    13 Apr 2010 Reply
  • pamento

    the worst song of Montreal never made

    13 Mar 2010 Reply
  • daz_c


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  • mountainhoney


    28 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Agent_Spork

    This song makes me think of Flight of the Conchords.

    4 Jan 2010 Reply
  • TheGuitarGuy

    love this

    26 Dec 2009 Reply
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