42 Songs, 3 Hours 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This hefty reissue captures the Oklahoma eccentrics at a turning point, their DIY roots resonating through screeching guitars as a festival-headlining future lurks in sharp pop moves. On 1995's Clouds Taste Metallic, Wayne Coyne's childish quiver hopscotches around woozy guitar effects, while "Bad Days" perfectly encapsulates the album's surreal mix of dreamy doom. Rounding out the set is a 1994 EP, a 1996 live recording, plus rare warped covers of Lennon, Bolan, and Bowie. Taken together, it’s a mix of messy and terrifying, ethereal and enchanting—the best stuff on earth, and beyond.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This hefty reissue captures the Oklahoma eccentrics at a turning point, their DIY roots resonating through screeching guitars as a festival-headlining future lurks in sharp pop moves. On 1995's Clouds Taste Metallic, Wayne Coyne's childish quiver hopscotches around woozy guitar effects, while "Bad Days" perfectly encapsulates the album's surreal mix of dreamy doom. Rounding out the set is a 1994 EP, a 1996 live recording, plus rare warped covers of Lennon, Bolan, and Bowie. Taken together, it’s a mix of messy and terrifying, ethereal and enchanting—the best stuff on earth, and beyond.

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