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Free Flaming Lips

The Flaming Lips were guests last night of Stephen Colbert, who asked Lips leader Wayne Coyne at what point life begins on the band's new album, Embryonic. The double disc won't be offically born until Oct. 13, but it's set to be streaming for free at ColbertNation.com from now until Monday. (Though as of Thursday morning, the Lips box at the top left hand corner of the page wasn't loading correctly. The situation is being monitored here.) Below, the Lips do the new satisfying psychedlic "Convinced Of The Hex." The full episode, in which Colbert mocks Philadelphia high school teacher Tony Danza, gets mad at David Bowie for having a spider named after him, and introduces his alter ego Figgy Moonpowder, is here.

Free Flaming Lips

The Flaming Lips were guests last night of Stephen Colbert, who asked Lips leader Wayne Coyne at what point life begins on the band's new album, Embryonic. The double disc won't be offically born until Oct. 13, but it's set to be streaming for free at ColbertNation.com from now until Monday. (Though as of Thursday morning, the Lips box at the top left hand corner of the page wasn't loading correctly. The situation is being monitored here.) Below, the Lips do the new satisfying psychedlic "Convinced Of The Hex." The full episode, in which Colbert mocks Philadelphia high school teacher Tony Danza, gets mad at David Bowie for having a spider named after him, and introduces his alter ego Figgy Moonpowder, is here.

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