- Title:Meet The Residents
- Style:Abstract, Avantgarde, Experimental
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1180 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1501 megabytes
- Size WMA version1174 megabytes
- Formats:AAC MIDI MP3 DMF AC3 TTA MMF
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Meet the Residents is the debut studio album by the American avant-garde music group the Residents, released on April 1, 1974 through Ralph Records. Recorded as a break from their film project Vileness Fats, the album was home produced and recorded throughout 1973 with help from fellow musician Snakefinger and based around N. Senada's "Theory of Phonetic Organization". Its album cover brought the band to prominence, being a parody of Meet the Beatles!, the Beatles' second US album release
The Commercial Album is a concept album by The Residents, released in 1980 on Ralph Records. Another manifestation of the group's whimsical relationship with pop music and their interest in music about music, Commercial Album is a collection of forty one-minute long "commercial" songs. Jingles are the music of America. The Residents, Commercial Album CD reissue liner notes, 1988.
Meet The Residents is a music studio album recording by THE RESIDENTS (essive Rock) released in 1974 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Still once I quenched that curiosity it wasn't all that satisfying. Surprisingly enough it was Meet The Residents that made me entirely change my opinion about this band.
Meet The Residents Lyrics. Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues, smelly tongues Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues looked just as they felt Smelly tongues, smelly tongues Smelly tongues, smelly tongues Smelly tongues. This single was released in February 1974 to promote their forthcoming album Meet The Residents. It is a mashup of several songs from the album.
16-Bit CD Quality (Lossless 16 bit/44. on the built-in player. 1 disk - 12 tracks - Total length: 00:43:44. Main artist: The Residents. Label: Cherry Red Records. Genre: Pop/Rock Rock Progressive Rock.
More albums from The Residents: I Murdered Mommy! by The Residents. Whatever Happened To Vileness Fats? by The Residents. Fingerprince by The Residents. 13th Anniversary Show – Live In Japan by The Residents. Title In Limbo by The Residents. Assorted Secrets by The Residents. God In Three Persons by The Residents. View all albums . Meet The Residents. By: The Residents (1974, Electronic).
Album · 1974 · 12 Songs. Even with decades of hindsight, The Residents' 1974 debut album still sounds as strange as it is sui generisMeet the Residents is an outright assault on preconceptions about rock and (in the broadest sense) pop. Absurdist lyrics, offbeat vocal chants, primal percussion, and discordant piano stabs are all part of the musical menu, but so's a sort of avant-garde sensibility, entailing sophisticated snatches of melody and harmony amid all the carefully controlled carnage
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NotesSilk-screen die-cut generic cover.
Hand-written info on white label (side A).
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): RR-02741 B-12993A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): RR-02742 B-12994B
|RR0274||The Residents||Meet The Residents (LP, Album, Mono)||Ralph Records||RR0274||US||1974|
|BOM22010||The Residents||Meet The Residents (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Bomba Records||BOM22010||Japan||1997|
|RR0677||The Residents||Meet The Residents (LP, Album, RE)||Ralph Records||RR0677||US||1979|
|RR0677||The Residents||Meet The Residents (LP, Album, RE)||Ralph Records||RR0677||US||Unknown|
|88524||The Residents||Meet The Residents (Cass, Album, RE)||T.E.C. Tones||88524||US||1990|