|By Matt Gulbrandsen||Tuesday, 27 Oct 2009|
“Good-Evil; The Soundtrack” is a weekly feature that showcases an editor’s song pick complete with viagra vs cialis vs levitra a small write-up and a YouTube video or streaming version of the song. This week’s selection by Matsu is The Flaming Lips – “See The Leaves”. The Flaming Lips have viagra for women returned with a new sound on their latest, Embryonic. Gone are the sweet melodies and whimsical content of Yoshimi and War of the Mystics. A sound they’ve developed over the past decade has been stripped away in an acid (rock) bath of experimental noise, fuzz kamagra 100mg and freak outs. I can’t help but to be reminded of Radiohead’s Kid A when I listen to the record because it’s fundamentally a band building themselves from the cialis online ground up yet there is still a lot of feeling from their earlier records cialis side effects still intact. “See the Leaves” is a great example of this change. It’s a dark and brooding homage to all that encompassed the psych rock movement in the 60’s and 70’s. A droning, swirling, drug tinged trip inversely proportionate to the euphoria of their last few albums, it leaves the listener with a certain depression only those who experience the coming of winter can appreciate. The lo-fi recording definitely works to its’ advantage. If this is kamagra oral jelly something you dig, by all means check out Embryonic. It’s a welcome addition to their impressive catalog and one that will no doubt be a standout years from now.