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Governor Mary Fallin has pulled the plug on the rock band's 'Do You Realize' as her state's official rock song.
The psychedelic rock band announces the release date of their new album 'The Terror' and that they will be featured in a Hyundai commercial to be shown during Super Bowl telecast.
The Grammy-nominated duo prepares their new album and is set to embark on upcoming tour with the experimental rock band.
The Wayne Coyne-fronted band score a new record for the most concerts performed in multiple cities in 24 hours by holding 8 gigs across the Mississippi Delta as part of the 2012 O Music Awards.
Badu tells Coyne to 'KiSS MY Glittery A**' after the rocker releases an unapproved version of 'The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face' clip, which features nude scenes of the songstress and her sister.
The Apple co-founder will be remembered in a special tribute at MTV's second O Music Awards through a cover version of 'Revolution'.
The concerts that The Flaming Lips have scrapped are the ones which were supposed to be held in Florida and Tennessee.
The rapper who was not allowed to enter Britain in 2007 has worked on lifting the ban and will join some other music acts for the country's top festival.
After receiving numerous criticism of their reworking of Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon', The Flaming Lips state they 'love that controversy and welcome any enemies.'
After making hit with their movie 'Christmas on Mars', The Flaming Lips are set to shoot their second project, hoping Justin Timberlake to take part of it.
Country music acts, such as Zac Brown Band, Jamey Johnson and Miranda Lambert, are also booked for the annual festivity.
The Wayne Coyne-fronted band will sing their rendition of 'Dark Side of the Moon' album for the annual music festival.
As he was spotted on Google's online streetview by The Flaming Lips' fans, the band's frontman says that he took part in a Hallowe'en display.