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The Flaming Lips
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Musicians
    (1983- )
    Formed in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    Wayne Coyne – vocalist/guitarist (1983- )
    Michael Ivins – bassist (1983- )
    Steven Drozd – drummer (1993- )
    Mark Coyne – vocalist (1983-1985)
    Richard English – drummer (1985-1988)
    Nathan Roberts – drummer (1988-1992)
    Ronald Jones – guitarist (1993-1996)
    Songs include ‘She Don’t Use Jelly,’ ‘Fight Test,’ ‘Do You Realize?’ and ‘Waitin’ for a Superman’
    Released the albums ‘The Flaming Lips,’ ‘Hear It Is,’ ‘Oh My Gawd!!!,’ ‘Telepathic Surgery,’ ‘In a Priest Driven Ambulance,’ ‘Hit to Death in the Future Head,’ ‘Transmissions from the Satellite Heart,’ ‘Clouds Taste Metallic,’ ‘Zaireeka,’ ‘The Soft Bulletin,’ and ‘Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots’
    Wrote and appeared in the movie ‘Christmas on Mars’ (2004)
    They are a psychedelic rock band.
    Despite their long and critically acclaimed career, they are considered a one-hit wonder for ‘She Don’t Use Jelly.'
    They claim that there is no meaning behind their name ‘Flaming Lips.’
    Their first performance was at a transvestite club.
    Their album ‘Zaireeka’ is a set of four discs that are meant to be played simultaneously (who has four stereos laying around in the house?).
    They appeared on an episode of ‘Beverly Hills 90210.’
    They've had several line-up changes.
    They are not afraid to be experimental with their music.
    They have nifty titles for their albums and songs.
    They have been more critically acclaimed for their later efforts than in their earlier years.
    They won a Grammy for Best Rock Instrumental Performance (2002).
    Despite minimal commercial success since ‘Transmissions,’ the Warner Bros. label has stuck by them since 1990.
    Ben Folds Five did a lounge cover version of their song 'She Don't Use Jelly.'
    They have entertaining live performances, complete with mirror balls, confetti and people dancing in costumes.
    They got Justin Timberlake to dance at one of their shows.
    Leader Wayne Coyne had worked at Long John Silvers for 12 years.

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