Flaming Lips' anatomically correct, music-filled chocolate heart proves a sell-out
After releasing music-laden USB drives in gummy fetuses and skulls last year, Oklahoma City-based experimental rockers The Flaming Lips decided to go a different tasty direction for Valentine’s Day.
Each tasty organ comes with a 15-track USB titled “Songs of Love” and in a box featuring signatures from the Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd.
The hearts were on sale online for $60 each via Oklahoma gift retailer Dwelling Spaces, but alas, they are all sold out at DwellingSpaces.net.
I guess Lips fans will just have to hope the band has plans for more music-filled candy concoctions. Maybe a green beer-flavored candy liver for St. Patrick’s Day?
Or you can just wait for the band’s long-awaited 13th studio album, “The Terror,” which will be released on April 2 in the U.S.
Here is the track list for the Valentine’s Day chocolate heart USB, to go with the video sampler embedded above:
“Valentine’s Theme 2013 Greeting”
“Love is Mind Control (featuring Stardeath And The White Dwarfs)”
“Be My Head”
“Hit Me Like You Did The First Time”
“Let Me Be it”
“Moth In The Incubator”
“Thanks To You”
“When You Smile”
“Pompei Am Götterdammerung”
“What Is The Light?”
“Just Above Love”
“All You Need Is Love (Featuring Alex and Jade of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros)”
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