Who produced Miley and her dead Petz?
|1.||“Dooo It!”||Cyrus The Flaming Lips D. Coyne Dave Fridmann|
|2.||“Karen Don’t Be Sad”||Cyrus The Flaming Lips D. Coyne Fridmann|
|3.||“The Floyd Song (Sunrise)”||Cyrus The Flaming Lips D. Coyne Fridmann|
|4.||“Something About Space Dude”||Cyrus The Flaming Lips D. Coyne Fridmann|
What genre is Miley Cyrus and her dead Petz?
Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz/Genres
Who killed Hannah Montana?
She was everything, in a tweeny Disney star way. This morning, Hannah was brutally murdered by her alter ego, Miley Cyrus.
How much dies Miley Cyrus weigh?
Miley Cyrus Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Affairs & More
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 165 cm in meters- 1.65 m in Feet Inches- 5′ 5”|
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 48 kg in Pounds- 106 lbs|
Is Miley Cyrus Dead Petz free?
Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz is a free 23-track album—written and recorded outside the governance of Miley Cyrus’ label and co-produced in large part by Wayne Coyne and other Flaming Lips members. It is the definition of a vanity project, an indulgent collection of experiments that exist for no other reason than because they can.
Is Miley Cyrus’ ‘Dead Petz’ the most visionary album ever?
In a way, Dead Petz is a fascinating milemarker of pop music in the post-album, post-Internet era: a major pop album that lands with a splash, then sinks like a brick, as ephemeral as the Tumblr culture Cyrus draws from. Maybe that’s the most visionary aspect of Dead Petz: it feels like it was built to disintegrate.
What does Dead Petz sound like?
Most of Dead Petz sounds pretty much like the Lips’ latter-day output — she aims for Coyne-like high notes that don’t suit her lowdown voice. But she scores wacko successes like “Milky Milky Milk,” “Cyrus Skies” and “Slab of Butter (Scorpion),” along with cameos from Big Sean, Ariel Pink and producer Mike Will Made It.
What is Miley Cyrus’ ‘pot’ about?
And it’s a doozy: a psychedelic concept trip about sex, drugs and her dead blowfish, mostly created in collaboration with the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne. The songs reference this exciting new drug called “pot,” which Miley has discovered and would like to explain to the rest of us.