CCP Ep. #232: Oczy Mlody by The Flaming Lips

Oczy Mlody? …Otshee Mwodee? …Oxycodone? …Whatever it is, it’s the latest creation by alt rock veterans, The Flaming Lips. Inspired by phrases from a Polish translation of Erkine Caldwell’s novel ‘Close to Home’, Oczy Mlody is certainly a head scratcher, easing us into a dreamlike haze, surprising us in moments, and challenging our rating system like never before. Stick around after the analysis [@2:12:34] for a discussion on evolving perspectives, multiple mindsets, and the effort to avoid our own echo chambers.

Next week’s review:
Zombies on Broadway by Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

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  1. The Mysterious Mark H

    Hey there. Thought it was about time to make another request, and based on John’s comments in this episode I thought instead of sending you an album from the past year that I really liked, I thought I’d throw you a curveball and suggest the album Headspace by Issues.

    • Mysterious! Good to hear from you. Sorry about the delay—we were off for the week—but what an interesting followup! We’re excited as always and we’ll put it through for the week after next.

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