Analogdemon, you might want to read this post:analogdemon said:The CD disc in this package however, is simply a reissue of the 1999 US CD, and thus has the original US CD tracklist instead of the one shown on the back.
I didn't realize that. Thanks for the info!Cai Campbell said:Analogdemon, you might want to read this post:
The CD is a screw-up.
I am not a musician and couldn't arrange anything musically but I agree based on my only experience with them, my recently acquired Yoshimi DVD-A. I will pick this one up as well but I am glad other music acts aren't copying this silly music, it is best with very little exposure in my opinion. This isn't ground breaking music but more of a novelty, entertaining and fun but only when done on a very limited basis. I listened to the brief 29 second snippets of each online before buying Yoshimi first because I thought it was better but couldn't really convince myself I would like either. Now I am confident I will like "The Soft Bulletin" but it will likely be my last from this group.DrMabuse2001 said:The thing that makes what the Lips do so interesting is their complete and utter abandonment of "what is right" and "what is expected".
A lot of what they do in their MC mixes makes absolutely no sense from a musical/arrangement perspective which is precisely why they are gods!