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Flaming Lips Tickets - Flaming Lips Prepare For U.s. Road Trip This Spring

2009 was a busy year for the Flaming Lips, but the Oklahoma-based psychedelic-space rock band is set to have an even busier 2010! The Flaming Lips spent ample time in the studio last year, releasing their first double album Embryonic in October, followed by a track-for-track remake of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon in December. Pitchfork announced on March 2 that Wayne Coyne & Co. will embark upon a U.S. tour this spring which will continue into summer and include a date at Tennessee's Bonnaroo Music Festival.

The Flaming Lips will begin their road trip in Austin, Texas on March 12, and a press release about the tour promises a live set that is "more impossibly Orange (like sunshine) than ever." From there, the Flaming Lips will continue on to cities like Charlottesville, VA; Ithaca, NY; Montclair, NJ; Milwaukee, WI; Bloomington, IN; West Palm Beach, FL; Oxford, ME; New York, NY and more. Head to StubHub.com for Flaming Lips tickets to see them live. Stardeath and White Dwarfs will join the Lips for the majority of their tour dates, including a June 11 gig at Bonnaroo, where they will perform the iconic Dark Side of the Moon album in its entirety along with their normal live fare.

Embryonic was recorded at studios in Fredonia, NY and the Flaming Lips' Oklahoma City hometown with longtime collaborator Dave Fridmann. Last year, frontman Wayne Coyne told Billboard.com, "Somewhere along the way, it occurred to me that we should do a double album. Just this idea that you can weave a couple of themes into there and you can sprawl a little bit." The follow-up to 2006's At War with the Mystics, Embryonic is the Flaming Lips' 12th studio album, and it certainly got a stamp of approval from Rolling Stone. Reviewing the album, the music magazine gushed, "These psych-rock mystics haven't sounded so off-the-wall since they were Oklahoma acidheads in the Eighties."

Only the Flaming Lips would attempt to re-make the classic Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon, and when the band did so they recruited Stardeath and White Dwarfs. The album also features guest vocals by Henry Rollins and Peaches. Although only currently available as a digital release, the Lips' version of Dark Side will be released as a limited-edition vinyl starting on April 17 and CD format on May 4, reported LiveDaily.com. The Flaming Lips, Stardeath and White Dwarfs performed Dark Side in its entirety at an event dubbed New Years Eve Freakout on Dec. 31 in Oklahoma City.

According to Spinner, Coyne pondered remaking Black Sabbath's first album at one point. "As we were doing Dark Side of the Moon we thought, just as your mind tends to, 'What other records could we do?' We had considered, as the grouping, that we might cover Black Sabbath's first record," said Coyne before explaining, "We like enough of the Black Sabbath songs, it's short and probably enough people know a few of their songs that it would be interesting." Stay tuned to see if Coyne and the rest of the Lips decide to take on Black Sabbath after all.

About the Author

This article is sponsored by StubHub.com and was written by Kirby Brooks.  StubHub.com is a leader in the business of selling Flaming Lips tickets, sports tickets, concert tickets, theater tickets and special events tickets.

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is this a flame point siamese?

someone help me here my cat flame point red point lynx apple head color point short hair all these names, what is it all siamese what? and why so rare
what kind of cat is this, not sure aside from red color point.

If you're talking about the cat in the avatar unless you have papers to prove otherwise your cat is "none of the above". It's simply a domestic - a cat of no particular breed just like over 97% of the cats on this entire planet. Pointed markings appear in MILLIONS of cats of no particular breed.

Very unlikely he's "part" Siamese, either. Breeders tend to sell cats altered unless they've been chosen to be part of the cattery's breeding program. And in that case the breeder controls all breeding and crossbreeding is never allowed. Your cat is a domestic shorthair with pointed markings - nothing more.

Siamese cats aren't "rare". There's lots of TICA, CFA and ACFA breeders and you could buy a pet quality one for around $600. Show quality, $1,000 or more.

"Flame Point" is the term the CFA uses. TICA used "Red Point".

"Color Point" is just another way to say "Pointed".

And "apple head" is a term backyard breeders give for Siamese cats that don't fit the breed standard. A pedigreed, show quality Red Point/Flame Point Siamese has a wedge-shaped head like this http://linnbarringer.co.uk/img/cats/chikuai-basil.jpg

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