The Flaming Lips to Reissue Zaireeka on Record Store Day

January 12th, 2013
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On Twitter, the Flaming Lips have broadcasted the impending vinyl reissue of 1997’s Zaireeka for Record Store Day. The band’s debut album followed guitarist Ronald Jones’ exit. The album was meant to be released as four separate discs and played concurrently on different devices for a quadrophonic sound.

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Check out the track “Okay, I’ll Admit That I Really Don’t Understand” below:

Workin on expanded VINYL package of Zaireeka!!! For re-release on Record Store Day!!! ‪pic.twitter.com/ikwnWMuf

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