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9 thoughts on “ The Flood - The Flying Lizards - The Flying Lizards (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. What I got was an album that was loaded with strange sounds and very unique presentations. It turned out that I had unintentionally bought an album I fell in love with. The "Flying Lizards" brought a unique and special sound to this album, and as weird as some of the tracks may sound, you could well find, as I did, that they are contagious/5(24).
  2. The Flying Lizards: Articles/Interviews: Sound Collector, The Flying Lizards: A Pop Band Arranged According to the Laws of Chance - written by Mark Allen, appeared in Sound Collector #6, April The Flying Lizards first LP on 8-track - circa "I blame the TV I blame top twenty for my jealousy But you can still make money.
  3. Album · · 10 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Open in iTunes. Sign In The Flying Lizards The Flying Lizards Dance · Preview SONG TIME Mandelay Song. 1. PREVIEW Her Story PREVIEW The Flood. 7. PREVIEW Trouble. 8. PREVIEW Events During the Flood. 9.
  4. In , though, a "new" Flying Lizards album came out -- The Secret Dub Life of the Flying Lizards, though it wasn't quite a standard Flying Lizards album; in , Virgin approached him about doing a dub album of a reggae record they'd released. He'd agreed, and they sent over the tapes.
  5. Feb 08,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SP - Specialty Pressing Vinyl release of The Flying Lizards on Discogs. Label: Virgin - VA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album SP - Specialty Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Leftfield, Synth-pop/5().
  6. Events During Flood “The Flying Lizards” Q&A. Album Credits. Producers David Cunningham. Writers Berry Gordy, Bertolt Brecht, Eddie Cochran & 3 more. More The Flying Lizards albums The.
  7. i also have the flying lizards "secret dub life" which sounds nothing at all like "lizards it truly is a dub album. an instrumental dub album devoid of "lizards'" tongue in cheek playfulness. i've been looking everywhere for fourth wall, but it seems to have sold out a long time ago. i've heard that it's even better than "lizards". finally Reviews:
  8. This album from the experimental band Flying Lizards contains at last four classics: Der Song von Mandalay, TV, Summertime Blues and Money (That's What I Want). The first is a camp ballad with a gripping female vocal, the second is a weird and hypnotic pop song sung partly in French. It ends in a series of atonal vocal loops/5(19).

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