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Does He Realize? Protesters Not Satisfied With Wayne Coyne's Apology
Wayne Coyne, the leader of the pop group The Flaming Lips, gave a rambling interview on Friday to Rolling Stone where he addressed various controversies he is currently involved wi...
Wayne Coyne Apologizes to Natives, Calls Fallin's Behavior 'Stupid'
In an interview with Rolling Stone , Wayne Coyne of psychedelic alt-rock band the Flaming Lips has addressed the controversy over his friend Christina Fallin's cultural insensitivi...
Really? Wayne Coyne Supported Fallin With Picture of Dog in Headdress
An indie-rock icon weighed in on the Christina Fallin headdress controversy -- and he wasn't asking her to be more respectful of the American Indians whose culture she is trivializ...