The Flaming Lips Song Lesson Playlist

The Flaming Lips, an American rock band hailing from Oklahoma City, has had an undeniable impact on the music industry and pop culture. With their innovative sound, unconventional approach to live performances, and distinct visual aesthetic, they have become one of the most influential and beloved rock bands of the past few decades. Formed in 1983, The Flaming Lips started as a psychedelic punk band. The band eventually evolved their sound into a unique blend of alternative rock, neo-psychedelia, and experimental pop. Over their 40-year tenure, they have rightfully been nominated for a number of prestigious music industry accolades. Namely, the band has been for six GRAMMY Awards, three of which they won.

If you’ve made it this far, you’re probably ready to learn some Flaming Lips songs on guitar. Let’s jump right in and learn some tunes!

“Do You Realize??” – The Flaming Lips Song Lesson – JamPlay

From their 2002 album, Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, “Do You Realize??” is widely considered one of The Flaming Lips’ most popular tracks. In their 100 Best Songs of the 2000s, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked this song No. 31.

In this lesson, D.J. Phillips shows you how to play the whole song on guitar in its entirety. Follow along the full lesson with tab on JamPlay!

“She Don’t Use Jelly” – The Flaming Lips Song Lesson – JamPlay

She Don’t Use Jelly” is a single from The Flaming Lips’ 1993 album, Transmissions from the Satellite Heart. The song rose to fame after the show, Beavis and Butt-head included it in their soundtrack. It also peaked at No. 55 on Billboard’s Hot 100 the same year the band released their album.

In this lesson, guitar educator, Matt Brown shows you how to play this rock hit on guitar. Follow along with Matt in the full lesson with tab & jam tracks on JamPlay!


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