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Residents, The - For Elsie - New Years Eve 1989-1990 flac album

Residents, The - For Elsie - New Years Eve 1989-1990 flac album Performer: Residents, The
Title: For Elsie - New Years Eve 1989-1990
Style: Abstract, Experimental
Released: 1989
MP3 album: 1901 mb
FLAC album: 1226 mb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: WAV APE MIDI RA VOX MP3 VOC
Genre: Electronic

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The discography of The Residents officially dates from Christmas 1972 to the present day (though recordings from some years earlier are also known to exist). It consists of dozens of studio, live, and compilation albums, as well as many singles, digital releases and offshoot projects. The Ballad of Stuffed Trigger (1970, unreleased). Rusty Coathangers for the Doctor (1970, unreleased). Album (recorded 1971, released 2018). Baby Sex (recorded 1971, released 2019).

Title: New Year's Day (1989). New Year's Day is an enjoyable indie session, but after fifty-five minutes, it begins to become exhausting, all the more when we're introduced to numerous characters at a party that seem to be nothing more than empty vessels that want to start drama despite all the dialog they spew like sewers. Jaglom illustrates an interesting setup - resolutions, life-altering decisions, and personal struggles on one of the year's most loved days. His inner-Woody Allen, as stated, is channeled but not fully realized.

The Beatles Play the Residents and the Residents Play the Beatles. Single, 1977, Self-Released. 1. Beyond the Valley of a Day in the Life. Serenade for Missy. 5. Smack Your Lips (Clap Your Teeth). 6. Praise for the Curse. 9. Mourning the Undead. 10. Song of the Wild.

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