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The Flaming Lips to cover Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon

Hot on the heels of their psychedelic freak-out of a twelfth album, the just-released double LP Embryonic, Oklahoma upstarts The Flaming Lips have already announced their next move.  During a Q&A session after last night’s blistering invite-only Myspace show in Los Angeles, singer Wayne Coyne revealed plans to cover Pink Floyd’s 1973 classic Dark Side of the Moon in its entirety. The album will be recorded in collaboration with Oklahoma City experimental rock quartet Stardeath and White Dwarfs, which features Coyne’s nephew Dennis on vocals and guitar. Additional cameos from Peaches and Henry Rollins are expected as well. No official release date has been announced; Coyne expects it will be an iTunes-only release. [Pitchfork]

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