Wayne Coyne’s curated remake of In the Court of the Crimchild King is gradually ending up being easily accessible at more independent document stores (follow updates here) on limited edition multi-shade vinyl. Titled Playing Hide and also Seek through the Ghosts of Dawn, this brand-new version of King Crimson’s deyet LP is additionally streaming consistently in full on The Flaming Lips’ Satellite Heart Radio. For the collaborative project Coyne endetailed the talents of New Fumes, Stardeath and White Dwarfs, Linear Downloss and Spaceconfront. To be clear – this is NOT a Flaming Lips album, and a lot of the crmodify goes to these four bands. New Fumes – aka Daniel Huffman – likewise made the mostly-fluorescent psychedelic vinyl (3 of which are pictured in this post). No 2 copies are the same design or color blend. Watch the album as it was tape-recorded this past summer in the video below.

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At the start of September Huffmale released his variation of “Moonchild” featuring Wayne Coyne as a free downpack album-teaser (streaming above). Officially billed as “New Fumes with The Flaming Lips,” Huffman’s epic re-imagination of the album’s the majority of free-spirited track is a companion to the variation by Space Face that shows up on the album.

Check the tracklist below through cover art to the best.

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1. Liclose to Downfall “2first Century Schizoid Man”

2. New Fumes “I Talk to the Wind”

3. Linear Downloss, Spaceconfront, Stardeathand also White Dwarfs, and New Fumes with The Flaming Lips “Epitaph”

4. Spaceface “Moonchild”

5. Starfatality and also White Dwarfs ”In the Court of the Crimboy King”


There’s rumors of various other classical psych album being remade too. Which would certainly you like to hear? Amongst the popular suggestions by fans replied on twitter 
muzic-ivan.info were Pink Floyd’s Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention’s Freak Out, The Who’s Tommy, The Beatles’ “White Album,” The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators, and also Can’s Tago Mago. (Consider this: in 2010 Wayne Coyne told Spinner, ”As we were doing ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ we thought, simply as your mind tends to perform, ‘What various other documents could we do? We had taken into consideration, as the grouping , that we could cover Black Sabbath’s initially record…We prefer enough of the Babsence Sabbath songs, it’s brief and probably sufficient people recognize a couple of of the songs that it would certainly be exciting. Sometimes when groups perform cover variation of obscure songs it sort of takes the fun out of it bereason you’re favor, ‘Well, I don’t know the song to begin through, so I don’t really understand also wbelow your take on it is.’)

Coyne described in the September 2012 problem of Unreduced magazine, Liclose to Downfall “stopped by my studio and also we did a phenomenal version of “2first Century Schizoid Man.” And one more group stopped by and we did the title track. So I assumed, there’s only five songs on the album, possibly we’ll simply fill in the gaps and release it.”

Read the complete story of exactly how this album became and the tour that followed – consisting of exclusive interviews through its creators – right here.