The Flaming Lips are releasing a greatest hits album

The deluxe edition will include album tracks, B-sides and outtakes

The Flaming Lips have announced a greatest hits album, set for release later this year.

The standard album will feature 11 songs released by Warner Bros. Records between 1993 and 2017.

A deluxe edition will come will three CDs’ worth of music, including album tracks, B-sides, outtakes, and some of the band’s more out-there material.

Set for release on June 1, the albums will be remastered by the band and longtime producer Dave Fridmann. You can see the full track listings below.

The Flaming Lips, Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (vinyl edition) track list
1. “Do You Realize??”
2. “Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots Pt. 1″
3. “Race for the Prize”
4. “Waitin’ for a Superman”
5. “When You Smile”
6. “She Don’t Use Jelly”
Side Two:
1. “Bad Days (Aurally Excited Version)”
2. “The W.A.N.D.”
3. “Silver Trembling Hands”
4. “The Castle”
5. “The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song”

The Flaming Lips, Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Deluxe Edition (3CD & digital) track list

Disc 1:
1. “Talkin’ ‘Bout the Smiling Deathporn Immortality Blues (Everyone Wants to Live Forever)”
2. “Hit Me Like You Did the First Time”
3. “Frogs”
4. “Felt Good to Burn”
5. “Turn It On”
6. “She Don’t Use Jelly”
7. “Chewin the Apple of Your Eye”
8. “Slow Nerve Action”
9. “Psychiatric Explorations of the Fetus With Needles”
10. “Brainville”
11. “Lightning Strikes the Postman”
12. “When You Smile”
13. “Bad Days (Aurally Excited Version)”
14. “Riding to Work in the Year 2025″
15. “Race For the Prize (Sacrifice of the New Scientists)”
16. “Waitin’ For a Superman (Is It Getting Heavy?)”
17. “The Spark That Bled”
18. “What Is the Light?”

Disc 2:
1. “Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1″
2. “In the Morning of the Magicians”
3. “All We Have Is Now”
4. “Do You Realize??”
5. “The W.A.N.D.”
6. “Pompeii Am Götterdämmerung”
7. “Vein Of Stars”
8. “The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song”
9. “Convinced of the Hex”
10. “See the Leaves”
11. “Silver Trembling Hands”
12. “Is David Bowie Dying?”
13. “Try to Explain”
14. “Always There in Our Hearts”
15. “How??”
16. “There Should Be Unicorns”
17. “The Castle”

Disc 3:
1. “Zero to A Million (Demo)”
2. “Jets (Cupid’s Kiss Vs the Psyche of Death) (2-Track Demo)”
3. “Thirty-Five Thousand Feet Of Despair”
4. “The Captain”
5. “1000 Ft. Hands”
6. “Noodling Theme (Epic Sunset Mix #5)”
7. “Up Above the Daily Hum”
8. “The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song (In Anatropous Reflex)”
9. “We Can’t Predict the Future”
10. “Your Face Can Tell the Future”
11. “You Gotta Hold On”
12. “What Does It Mean?”
13. “Spider-man Vs Muhammad Ali”
14. “I Was Zapped By the Lucky Super Rainbow”
15. “Enthusiasm For Life Defeats Existential Fear Pt. 2″
16. “If I Only Had a Brain”
17. “Silent Night / Lord, Can You Hear Me”

For Record Store Day, The Flaming Lips released a record with beer pressed inside.

The record revival has seen many inventive ways to press a record. In 2012, Wayne Coyne and his band released the band’s album ‘Heady Fwends’ on vinyl that includes samples of the band’s actual blood inside it.

However, for this year’s Record Store Day, The Flaming Lips teamed up with Dogfish Head Alehouse to press their beer, Dragons & Yums Yums, into the record.

The RSD 7″ was pressed on pink vinyl and features two new songs, ‘The Story Of Yum Yum and Dragon’ and ‘Beer in Your Ear’. There are 5,600 copies printed on pink vinyl and only 100 available of the beer vinyl.