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1.in an early stage of development"the embryonic government staffed by survivors of the massacre" "an embryonic nation, not yet self-governing"
2.of an organism prior to birth or hatching"in the embryonic stage" "embryologic development"
3.of or relating to an embryo"the embryonic membrane"
EmbryonicEm`bry*on"ic (?), a. (Biol.) Of or pertaining to an embryo; embryonal; rudimentary.
Embryonic sac or Embryonic vesicle (Bot.), the vesicle within which the embryo is developed in the ovule; -- sometimes called also amnios sac, and embryonal sac.
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biological science, biology[Hyper.]
mature, mellow, ripe[Ant.]
|Studio album by The Flaming Lips|
|Released||October 13, 2009|
|Genre||Alternative rock, neo-psychedelia, space rock, experimental rock|
|Producer||The Flaming Lips, Dave Fridmann, Scott Booker|
|The Flaming Lips chronology|
Embryonic is the twelfth studio album by experimental rock band The Flaming Lips released on October 13, 2009 on Warner Bros. It is the first double album to be released by the band, announced during an interview with the band's frontman Wayne Coyne,
Somewhere along the way it occurred to me that we should do a double album... Just this idea that you can weave a couple of themes into there and you can sprawl a little bit.
Several other artists made contributions to various tracks on the album. German mathematician Dr. Thorsten Wörmann contributed to the track "Gemini Syringes", psychedelic rock band MGMT contributed to the song "Worm Mountain", and Karen O (lead singer of the alternative rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs) contributed to the songs "I Can Be a Frog" and "Watching the Planets." Karen O's contributions were recorded by Wayne Coyne over the phone.
On August 13, 2009, the song "See the Leaves" was reviewed and streamed on Pitchfork.com On September 3, 2009, the album was previewed in its entirety on The Fly website, using Wayne Coyne's own track-by-track guide.
Embryonic was streamed in full on the UK music site clashmusic.com on October 5, just over a week ahead of its release.
|The A.V. Club||A−|
|One Thirty BPM||79/100|
|Tiny Mix Tapes|||
Embryonic received general acclaim from critics upon release, garnering a 81/100 critic score on Metacritic. The New Musical Express noted that "ten years after their last masterpiece, The Flaming Lips have finally produced another one," while Paste Magazine described the record as "a wonderfully weird parade of sonic delights: an arresting consummation of the Lips' two-and-a-half decade career." Other critics praised the album but were also quick to note its dramatically different sound in comparison to previous releases. Mojo Magazine remarked that "(Embryonic's) themes may be familiar, but its fine, dazzlingly outlandish music is fresh and utterly fearless," while The Record Review noted that with the album, The Flaming Lips show that they are "one of the few acts left that stills dares to be original, inspired and off-center in such a mainstream musical climate." The album has sold 103,000 copies so far in the United States.
The style of the tracks on Embryonic differs from the styles of previous albums, Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots and At War with the Mystics, and has been reported to be similar to the style of Joy Division, Miles Davis, and John Lennon.
Wayne Coyne says the new record solves their perpetual "dilemma" of what to include on each album, by dumping all their ideas on the follow-up to 2006's At War with the Mystics. Coyne had this to say about the double-LP decision to Billboard: "Some of my favorite records – thinking Beatles' White Album, Zeppelin's Physical Graffiti and even some of the longer things that The Clash have done – part of the reason I like them is that they're not focused. They're kind of like a free-for-all and go everywhere. It's not necessarily because we're prolific, I think we always stay in a sort of perpetual panic of like we never have more songs than we need and we always wonder if any of them are any good to begin with." Coyne notes that Embryonic is less polished than Mystics or 2002's Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots and has a "freak-out vibe". The frontman also notes the influence of Miles Davis's group and slow-burn songs like John Lennon's "Instant Karma!".
On one retail edition of the release, all tracks are included on one disc, though both the "deluxe" and "fur-pack" variations of the album spread the songs over two discs, containing 9 songs each.
|1.||"Convinced of the Hex"||3:56|
|2.||"The Sparrow Looks Up at the Machine"||4:14|
|5.||"See the Leaves"||4:24|
|7.||"Gemini Syringes" (featuring Thorsten Wörmann and Karen O)||3:41|
|10.||"The Ego's Last Stand"||5:41|
|11.||"I Can Be a Frog" (featuring Karen O)||2:14|
|12.||"Sagittarius Silver Announcement"||2:59|
|13.||"Worm Mountain" (featuring MGMT)||5:21|
|16.||"Silver Trembling Hands"||3:59|
|17.||"Virgo Self-Esteem Broadcast" (featuring Thorsten Wörmann)||3:44|
|18.||"Watching the Planets" (featuring Karen O)||5:17|
|19.||"UFOs Over Baghdad"||5:18|
|20.||"What Does It Mean?"||5:10|
|21.||"Just Above Love"||4:49|
|22.||"Anything You Say Now, I Believe You"||6:40|
A deluxe version of the album was released on October 13, 2009.
The deluxe edition includes the original 18 tracks (on two discs) as well as a bonus audio DVD which features the album in full dynamic range at 96k 24 bit audio. A further variant sold exclusively through the band's website is packaged in a "fur pack" with an extended booklet which features additional art, lyrics, and band photos. This web-only deluxe edition also comes with a 14 inch by 28 inch lithograph featuring the full album cover. A limited number of pre-orders received an additional lithograph autographed by the band, shipped 2–3 weeks after the release date.
|US Billboard 200||8|