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Residents, Uninc. - Santa Dog flac album Performer: Residents, Uninc.
Title: Santa Dog
Style: Leftfield, Avantgarde, Experimental
Released: 1972
Country: US
MP3 album: 1494 mb
FLAC album: 1929 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: MPC MP2 MOD VOX XM DTS ADX
Genre: Electronic / Rock

– Santa Dog. Label: Superior Viaduct ‎– SV072. Format: 2 Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Reissue. 35 x 50 cm) with coloured Santa Dog artwork on front, and SV catalog and release info an back. The official release date (street date for stores) provided by the label and the distributor is May 6th, 2014. However some pre-release copies were sent out to customers a few days earlier. Matrix, Runout (Side A, hand-etched runout): SV-072 A1 R-28601.

Santa Dog is a 1972 EP and the first official release by the group who would later become known as The Residents. The first recording considered by The Residents as part of their official discography, it was first released in a limited issue in the form of a Christmas card containing two seven inch singles. Santa Dog is the first usage of the name The Residents (or, at this point, Residents, Uninc.

Santa Dog '78 Santa Dog '88 Liver Music Santa Dog '92 Refused do. om Santa Dog 2006 Bridegroom of Blood Santa Dog 2012 Wonder of Weird Santa Dog '17. Santa Dog(1972). The 1972 two disk "single" Santa Dog, supposedly about "a weiner dog in a Santa suit" and with a title that's an anagram of "Satan God", was the first published recording by The Residents. and announcing the upcoming Vileness Fats project. 500 copies were pressed but only 400 were usable because of various problems. In addition, some of the sets were shrink-wrapped before the varnish on the silk-screening was dry and the packages had to be torn apart to be opened.

They sent copies of Santa Dog to west coast radio stations with no response until Bill Reinhardt, program director of KBOO-FM in Portland, Oregon received a copy and played it heavily on his show. Reinhardt met the Residents at their studio at 20 Sycamore St. in the summer of 1973 with the news of his broadcasts. Mark of the Mole (released in 1981) was the first part of a projected trilogy of concept albums, which would later develop into a tetralogy, with another three albums focusing on the music of the Mole and Chub cultures.

They "unincorporated" themselves as the Residents Uninc. and managed the new company under that name. One of the group's members could draw, so they gave the company a graphic design wing called Porno Graphics, . Pore-Know Graphics, . Poor No Graphics, . Porneaugraphics, et. and the whole operation was run out of their new two-story building at 18 Sycamore St. in the Mission District. The band named its studio El Ralpho, spoofing Sun Ra who had named his El Saturn. This was followed by the band's first album, Meet the Residents (RR-0274), which was recorded in 1973 and released in 1974. The band had trouble with distribution and made up 4,000 seven-minute flexi-disks based on the album with which to promote it. The flexi was included in the February 1974 issue of File, a Canadian art magazine. Over the years Ralph moved to other artists besides the Residents.

Experimental Rock The Residents. Band Name The Residents. Album Name Santa Dog. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1972. Labels Ralph America. Estilo de MúsicaExperimental Rock. Membros têm este álbum1.

Santa Dog. Critic Score. No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. Ezrt.

Album by The Residents. Hunters of Heaven by Harumi (1968). Jingle Bells (One Horse Open Sleigh) by James Pierpont (1857).

Tracklist

Ivory And The Brain Eaters Fire 1:43
Delta Nudes Explosion 2:15
The College Walkers Lightning 3:17
Arf And Omega featuring The Singing Lawn Chairs Aircraft Damage 3:45

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR1272 Residents, Uninc.* Santa Dog ‎(2x7", Ltd, Num) Ralph Records RR1272 US 1972
SV072 Residents, Uninc.* Santa Dog ‎(2x7", RE) Superior Viaduct SV072 US 2014


Comments: (7)
YSOP
Looking for an original pic sleeve in ANY condition. Willing to buy or trade for various Secret Records limited edition releases, etc.
Vut
Hey SecretRecords!Are you still in the need of a first editioner with almost flawless cover? I am thinking of selling it. But I ask for a quite high price. At € 2.500,- I would consider it. Tell me what you think. Nice reagrds, Lukas
OCARO
Oh the days when i was obsessed with finding just who the fab 4 were, Turns out they were, Phil Perkins, Tom Timony, Eric Drew Feldmen, Josh R Brody...............or so iv´e been told.
Burilar
Really, based on Hardy Fox's writings from the last 6 or so years of his life, the fact is there are no "Residents" per se -- they're a quasi-fictional production of the Cryptic Corporation. Their earliest recordings were made by Bobby Tagney, James Whitaker, Snakefinger, Roland Sheehan, and others, with Homer Flynn (who is almost certainly the prime catalyst from the beginning, having performed the role of N. Senada) and Hardy Fox probably organizing the recording sessions. Jay Clem (voice on "Something Devilish" from "Baby Sex", "Whoopy Snorp" from "Residue", and "Explosion" from "Santa Dog", probably elsewhere on pre-1978 discs as well) and John Kennedy were also major figures especially early on, transitioning more & more into business-related activities in the late '70's with Cryptic. Kennedy is definitely the most mysterious figure -- his inheritance made much of Cryptic's activities possible in the first place, but it's unknown to what degree his influence can be felt in the products themselves. It's possible he was as major a figure as Flynn in the early days, but again it's unknown.Phil Perkins came on around the time of the Mole Show, hired by Cryptic to wear a mask and perform on the EMU sampler circa 1982 or so (along with Fox, Flynn, and Snakefinger). He most likely departed prior to the 13th Anniversary tour. Tom Timony was brought on after Clem & Kennedy's departure in '82 I believe to help manage Cryptic & Ralph Records' affairs, and was reviled by Chris Cutler (of Art Bears, Henry Cow, Recommended Records, etc) for catalyzing a more capitalistic approach to business in the mid-80's, as the Residents were in a bad place after the Mole Show. Eric Drew Feldman joined very recently, right before Fox's departure a few years ago, to replace him as primary composer. Josh R Brody had been helping out since the Vileness Fats days... I know he did a lot of the female vocal arrangements, for "Intermission" and "God in Three Persons" and such, maybe other stuff but who knows...Anyway, The Residents are a fictional production -- just like any TV show, there are producers, composers, performers, etc. but the concept is the thing. Very interesting to look into.
Envias
I didn't open this for almost a year, and when finally got around to playing it, both records were the first 7" Fire/Aircraft Damage. Gah!
you secret
An essential purchase for those Residents fanatics who dreamed of owning the original! You can squint your eyes and pretend it's the real thing!
Erennge
The starting point for the Residents. All four tracks are great, and make sense once one understands the Residents (especially since "Aircraft Damage" is an excerpt from the unreleased-in-full "Vileness Fats" film project).