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  • The latest album, "Embryonic," has garnered praise and scorn, but no one calls it safe.

    Time Off: Events in Asia

  • Their latest album, "Embryonic," is available now.

    The Flaming Lips: 'Embryonic' Experiments

  • The Flaming Lips 'latest release, "Embryonic," is being hailed by critics as one of their most complex and accomplished records since then.

    The Flaming Lips: 'Embryonic' Experiments

  • (Soundbite of laughter) RAZ: Let me tell you how some critics are describing this record: that it's a product of a band that somehow became too comfortable, too good at crafting music, and that this record, "Embryonic," is the band really challenging itself and us, your listeners.

    The Flaming Lips: 'Embryonic' Experiments

  • The squiggling opener, "Phoner to Arizona," is an interesting 8-bit take on the Flaming Lips' "Embryonic," but the rest is airy sketches and backgrounds and 38

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  • Not only do they get the benefits of being successful -- 2009's double-disc "Embryonic" peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart, for example -- but they remain respected by pundits and fans alike.

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  • Not only do they get the benefits of being successful -- 2009's double-disc "Embryonic" peaked at No. 8 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart, for example -- but they remain respected by pundits and fans alike.

    OnMilwaukee.com

  • 'Embryonic' will be a double when it is released by Warner in September.

    Undercover Music News

  • Flaming Lips, "Embryonic": It's inspiring to see a band more than 25 years on make such an experimental, unpredictable album such as the two-disc "Embryonic."

    The Seattle Times

  • National Public Radio is streaming "Embryonic" for free as part of its "First Listen" feature.

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