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The Residents - The Residents Radio Special MP3
The Residents - The Residents Radio Special MP3
Performer: The Residents
Title: The Residents Radio Special
Label: Ralph Records
Country: US
Released: 1983
Style: Radioplay, Experimental
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1001 mb | MP3 size: 2191 mb | WMA size: 1145 mb

1Whoopy Snorp3:45
3Santa Dog5:30
4 Part Four 12:19
5 Part Two 12:12
6 Part Three 12:28
8Kamakaze Lady1:30
9Beyond The Valley4:00
13Death In Barstow2:05
16Melon Collie Lassie2:51
17 Part One 12:07
18King Kong2:00
19Walter Westinghouse4:54


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneThe Residents The Residents Radio Special ‎(Cass, Comp, Promo)Ralph RecordsnoneUS1977
noneThe Residents The Residents Radio Special ‎(Cass, Comp, Ltd, RE, 1st)Ralph RecordsnoneUS1983
noneThe Residents The Residents Radio Special ‎(Cass, Comp, Ltd, RE, Whi)Ralph RecordsnoneUS1983
noneThe Residents Texas Radio Show ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial, C60)Pope-Music-Productions Ltd.noneFrance1979
noneThe Residents Special Program Guide 1977 ‎(Cass, Comp, Unofficial)Cryptic CorporationnoneUSUnknown


Copyright 1977, The Cryptic Corporation


The Residents Radio Special is an album released by The Residents in 1977. This cassette was a promotional item issued to radio stations shortly after the release of Fingerprince. It was soon offered through the mail-order service in limited quantities on cassette. The cassette was re-released in 1980 and 1984. A highlight is the first official. Artist: The Residents Album: Eat Exuding Oinks Ralph Records' 1977 Radio Special Released: 2002 Tracklist: Ralph Records' 1977 Radio Special 1. Part was The Residents' 5th anniversary. What better way to celebrate, they thought, than to do a radio special, and what better way to do a radio special than to set up an interview with a person who is belligerent towards the group's musical aspirations. A close friend of Ralph Records spokesman, Jay Clem, worked at Houston's RAO Studios and had had a discussion with the main guy at RAO, Sid Powell, regarding the group's innovative music. Sid liked to think of himself as an open-minded lover of the arts and was always interested in proving it. The radio special was duplicated on 14 inch reel-to-reel tapes and sent to a dozen or more college radio stations in 1977. The Residents Radio Special is a 1-hour promotional show which was originally sent out only to radio stations, in order to increase public interest in The Residents, and thus obtain more airplay for the group. The tapes features interview segments with Jay Clem, a former Cryptic Corporation executive, and covers the Residents' career up until 1977, emphasizing their more obscure musical material. The Residents are an experimental music and visual arts group largely shrouded in mystery and myth. The Residents began recording in 1967, although many of these recordings from their early years have still gone unreleased to this day. The earliest material from the group, traded among bootle read more. The earliest material from the group, traded among bootlegs, was recorded around 1969. In 1972, the group adopted the name The Re read more. Track name. The Residents. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. I Am a Resident Исполнитель: The Residents. 2018 electronic. For 40 years, The Residents have remained a riddle of Sphinx-like wilful obscurity, the band's. Like their masterpiece Eskimo, the story of the Residents new album starts with a cryptoethnomusicological discovery: in this case, the complete recorded works of an albino bluesman from western Louisiana named Alvin Snow. Under the stage name Dyin Dog, the story goes, Snow cut ten ag. Radio Special. Released August 1, 1977. Radio Special Tracklist. Introduction Lyrics. About Radio Special. Syd Powell and Jay Clem sit down to talk about The Residents. Radio Special Q&A. The Residents' Radio Special is a radio special cassette by The Residents. It aired on KBOO, and was hosted by Syd Powell with Jay Clem. It involved Syd interviewing Jay, while insulting him, and The Residents. The songs themselves are from singles or wereunreleased At least at the time. The show ends with Syd Powell getting into an loud argument with Jay, with The Residents drowning it out with the Walter Westinghouse chorus. Album CDs The Residents. Shop by Release Year. Showing slide CURRENT SLIDE of TOTAL SLIDES - Shop by Release Year