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At War with the Mystics


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  • Audio CD (April 4 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000EGDNCW
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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This release of the album is a must-own for any fan of The Flaming Lips, or even for someone who has just found much enjoyment in repeat listenings to this specific album. For the record, I fall into the latter category.

The DVD Surround mix is available in both CD quality and Audiophile quality. There are tonnes of goodies packed onto this disc (videos, b-sides, The Bohemian Rhapsody cover, and detailed liner notes)! You cannot fault this release; the 5.1 mix was even nominated for a Surround Sound Grammy, which it should have won. It is phenomenal how the 5.1 mix enhances this album. Many 5.1 mixes suck, but this one clearly had a lot of thought put into it, going so far as to add some extended and additional instrumentation not to be found on the CD.

Do yourself a favour and buy this!
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Many of the songs on this Disc have grown on me -- i.e., gotten better with repeated listening -- which for me is usually a sign of strong song-writing.

While not as conceptually integrated as Soft Bulletin or Yoshomi, At War With the Mystics has its own magic moments (perhaps more than any of their discs), and somewhat whimsical without being too over the top (as with Yoshomi) -- okay okay, Yeah Yeah song is pretty over the top, but mostly fun.

A varied journey that is gloriously magical and deeply human!
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ok, I'm not the biggest Flaming Lips fan. I think Soft Bulletin is good but overrated and I think Yoshimi was, well, mediocre at best. But this album, on the other hand, is fantastic. It provides the perfect bridge between their earlier guitar based material and later spaced out electronic soundscapes. The production is beautiful and unique, the songwriting is top notch, and the music itself is a heady psychedelic stew of, well, awesomeness. Beautiful flowing soundscapes side by side with more direct rock punches and just enough funk make this album one of the best of the year so far for sure. I highly recommend it even if you (like me) are not a huge fan of the band. This here is good stuff.
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