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Musik, Die Schwer zu Twerk

Electric Würms

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1
I Could Only See Clouds
Electric Würms
4:19
2
Futuristic Hallucination
Electric Würms
4:11
3
The Bat
Electric Würms
5:19
4
Living
Electric Würms
7:21
5
Transform!!!
Electric Würms
4:19
6
Heart of the Sunrise
Electric Würms
3:53
Total Playing Time    29:22
"The Flaming Lips’ prog-inspired alter-ego act the Electric Würms promotes redoubtable multi-instrumentalist Steven Drozd to bandleader and reduces Wayne Coyne to background noisemaker. The Würms' six-song LP could easily be considered the (slightly) sunnier follow-up to the blood-red-skied electro-psych of 2013’s The Terror."
- Pitchfork

Electric Würms are an American band. The band is a collaboration between The Flaming Lips members Steven Drozd, Wayne Coyne and Nashville, TN band Linear Downfall. Their album, Muzik Die Schwer Zu Twerk, was released on August 18, 2014.
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Tracks 2, 4 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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