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Numb Erone - The Residents - Meet The Residents (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Meet The Residents on Discogs. Label: New Ralph Too - NRT,MVD Audio - NRT,Cherry Red - NRT • Series: The Residents pREServed • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Special Edition, Stereo, Mono • Country: UK, Europe & US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style /5(47).
  2. Apr 05,  · The first CD is the original CD issue, which contains the original mono mix, plus bonus tracks of Santa Dog. The 2nd, has the stereo remix, no bonus tracks. This new CD contains the mono mix, but no bonus tracks/5(9).
  3. Meet the Residents is hardly an album that warrants or could survive an audiophile overhaul, but the whole gap/missing song portion thing's a deal breaker. While the price is pretty reasonable, I say buy it if you want a 12" cover of MtR or find a 70s or 80s issue of this LP on Ebay of Discogs Marketplace. Otherwise, you'll be bitterly disappointed/5(34).
  4. Dec 16,  · referencing Meet The Residents, 2xCD, Album, Mono, RE, RM, S/Edition, NRT the first listen i had was in the car, and thought nothing of it because everything sounds the same in the car. but after playing this on my hi-fi. i'm so fucking pissed off/5().
  5. Meet The Residents is the first studio album by The Residents, released on the group's newly-founded independent record label Ralph Records on April 1st Produced in adherence with the "Theory of Phonetic Organization", devised by the mysterious Bavarian avant-garde composer N. Senada, Meet.
  6. Hearing Meet The Residents at all at the time would have been difficult though even if you had a ken to. It was only pressed in a run of originally and the record apparently only sold a mere 40 copies in its first year of release. But hearing it, in all its many-headed glory, would surely have been life changing, or at least Ian Canty.
  7. Numb Erone. Numb Erone is the second track on the debut studio album Meet The Residents, and also the first instrumental off the album. The song starts from Boots and ends into Guylum Bardot. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.

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