Residents, The - The White Single FLAC album
Title: The White Single
FLAC version ZIP size: 1954 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1692 mb
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The 7" record is pressed on milky-white "glow-in-the-dark" vinyl with black labels on both sides. It is packed in a black sleeve, an attached sticker gives the info about title and catalog number. The track on this 7", Train Vs Elephant, is the CD version which is approximately 1 minute shorter than the version of the previously released Rushing Like A Banshee 7" releases. True to form the Residents have returned once again. This concept album dealing with the topic of train wrecks recorded throughout the late 19th/early 20th century is one of the most cohesive efforts put forth in recent memory.
Commercial Album is an album released by the Residents in 1980. It is commonly considered a follow-up of Duck Stab/Buster & Glen. The album pares down the concept and structure of the average commercial pop song and reduces it to a one-minute redux. It contains a compilation of 40 such sixty-second vignettes.
The Commercial Album is another manifestation of The Residents' whimsical relationship with pop music and their interest in music about music. The album is a collection of forty one-minute commercial songs - their very own personal Top 40, or perhaps a collection of one-minute jingles: the music of commercials. Working from September, 1979, to July, 1980, The Residents used a number of ideas which had cropped up during the recording of Eskimo but were inappropriate for that project. The Commercial Album was the first Residential album to be licenced overseas, and was heavily promoted by the licencees. PRE Records in England even put out The Commercial Single, which included two songs which had been left off of the album because The Residents felt that they didn't quite fit in.
One of the group's earliest known recordings, The Warner Bros. Album was compiled as a demo reel to showcase their talents, and was sent anonymously to Hal Halverstadt, the executive who signed Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band to Warner Bros.
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And that's exactly what the Residents have done on The Commercial Album, the title of which comes from the band's deduction that since pop songs only consist of one minute of music and most advertisements are about a minute long also, ad jingles are "therefore the music of America. Got it? Whatever the concept behind it, this album is not only weird in that special way that only Residents albums are, but it's also surprisingly musically satisfying. A few of its 40 tracks ("Secrets" and "The Simple Song," for example) feel like throwaways, but most.
The Beatles Play The Residents and The Residents Play The Beatles is a 1977 7" single by The Residents. Continuing an ongoing pastiche of The Beatles which began in 1973 with the release of Meet The Residents, the single contains a new Residents track entitled "Beyond The Valley Of A Day In The Life" which consists entirely of samples from Beatles records, and a cover of The Beatles' "Flying".
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I first dicovered that Residents albums were being packaged this way when I recently picked up the two double-album discs comprising the so-called 'Mole Trilogy. I decided to take a chance on this disc (as well as Duck Stab) and was very happily surprised to see that these, too, had been released in these wonderful packages, with booklets containing artwork and lyrics.