1. Sounding almost post-apocalyptic in its scabrous, searching bleakness, The Flaming Lips’ The Terror moans and scrapes ominously from its opening seconds onward. But the album still finds a way to reward deeper exploration, as cracked loveliness seeps into moments that soar tentatively.
Stream The Terror now.

    Sounding almost post-apocalyptic in its scabrous, searching bleakness, The Flaming Lips’ The Terror moans and scrapes ominously from its opening seconds onward. But the album still finds a way to reward deeper exploration, as cracked loveliness seeps into moments that soar tentatively.

    Stream The Terror now.