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FLAMING LIPS She Dont Use Jelly (Scarce 1993 US 4-track CD single which includes Translucent Egg Turn It On - Bluegrass Version and Porch Version. Housed inside an ecopak picture sleeve)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Old school" single from early 90s resonates 6 Feb. 2010
By Paul Allaer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Do you remember the days when bands used to issue CD singles? The heydays were the 1990s when artists like Depeche Mode, Oasis and many others added interesting bonus songs on those singles, which generally sold for $3.99 or thereabouts, so what was not to like? I bought a bunch of CD singles back in the day, and recently stumbled on this one as I was looking through my CD collection. I had to play it again right away.

"She Don't Use Jelly" (4 tracks; 15 min.) was a left-field surprise hit single for the Flaming Lips from their 1993 album "Transmissions from the Satellite Heart", I admit back in those days I had never heard of the band, and bought the single for the heck of it. I was not disappointed. After the actual hit song, 3 additional tracks follow: first up is "Translucent Egg", which is an instrumental version of "She Don't Use Jelly". Next is the 6+ min. "Turn It On (Bluegrass Version"), a different version from what you find on the "Transmissions" album, with a delirious 2 min. electro-outing, nothing bluegrass about that! "Plastic Jesus (Porch Version)" is another song from the "Transmissions" album, just Wayne and acoustic guitar.

In all, I find this to be a delightful single, and cannot believe it's been 16+ years since that single came out. I have seen the Flaming Lips evolve from an obscure band in the early 90s to a festival headliner in the 2000s, and good for them. Meanwhile I lament the lost art of the CD single, of which "She Don't Use Jelly" is a great example.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I love this song! 21 May 2000
By Emily Davis - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This has to be one of there best songs I have heard them play! The song is so simple, yet so damn good. God, we need more bands like them and not his Brittney crap going on.
5.0 out of 5 stars she does use jelly 15 Oct. 2008
By S. Issa - Published on
Format: Audio CD
this was my first lips album and it is need to get this "some what" old school lips....
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