Virgo Self-Esteem Broadcast

Album: Embryonic (2009)
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  • This song, which concerns The Lips' rejection of organized religion, includes a contribution from German mathematician Dr. Thorsten Wörmann. Frontman Wayne Coyne explained: "Thorsten Wörmann can be heard giving the final blow that will, at last, destroy our ego and let us begin again!! He says, 'you think the forces have control, well, there are no forces and they have no control, it's just you and me, and we fear anything that looks like the sun, and we, by our own design, are helpless, this is the beginning.' Kind of a religious mantra that says 'destroy all religion.'"


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