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The Residents - Documentation - Tunes In Danger Of Becoming Lost mp3 flac

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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 album used several session musicians, including Chris Cutler, Snakefinger and Fred Frith as well as two anonymous guest vocalists, Lene Lovich ("Picnic Boy") and Andy Partridge ("Margaret Freeman"). Commercial Album is an album released by The Residents in 1980.

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Tracklist

1 Woopy Snorp 3:44
2 And I Was Alone 1:04
3 Don't 1:55
4 Earth Vs Flying Saucers 0:53
5 From The Plains To Mexico 3:27
6 Jingle Bells 2:35
7 Kamakazi Lady 1:40
8 Loser = Weed 2:11
9 Santa Dog 2006 2:45
10 Shut Up! Shut Up! 1:03
11 Surrender 1:57
12 Beyond The Valley Of A Day In The Life 3:56
13 Flying 3:24
14 Theme From An American TV Show 1:27
15 We're A Happy Family / Bali Ha'i 1:00
16 King Kong 4:00

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"While hard core fans and collectors no doubt have all these recordings, people newer to The Residents might have a hard time finding some if not all of these tunes:
1/ Whoopy Snorp - Appeared on a compilation, Various - Blorp Esette Volume One, put out by the Los Angeles Free Music Society in 1977,
2/ And I Was Alone - Found of the Commercial Single released in the UK and France in 1980,
3/ Don't - An (at the time) unreleased "B side" for the Don't Be Cruel single released in Holland in 1990,
4/ Earth vs Flying Saucers - Appeared as a one-sided green vinyl single included with a book, The Cryptic Guide to The Residents in 1986,
5/ From the Plains to Mexico - Another one-sided vinyl single that came with a book, The Residents - An Almost Complete Collection of Lyrics, 1972-1988,
6/ Jingle Bells - This has no history and has only appeared on Jefferson - Singles History 1972-1997. There is no record of it ever having been a single,
7/ Kamakazi Lady - One of the oldest know Residents pieces, it showed up on Residue in 1983,
8/ Loser = Weed - The "B Side" to the Satisfaction single from 1976,
9/ Santa Dog 2006 - This has only appeared briefly as a downloadable song on www.residents.com in 2006,
10/ Shut Up! Shut Up! - Found of the Commercial Single released in the UK and France in 1980,
11/ Surrender - An (at the time) unreleased "B side" for the Don't Be Cruel single released in Holland in 1990,
12/ Beyond the Valley of a Day in the Life - An experimental Beatles collage single from 1977. All built from tape loops created from Beatles albums,
13/ Flying - The "B Side" to Beyond the Valley of a Day in the Life. 1977,
14/ Theme from an American TV Show - From a UK compilation cassette, Magnetic North, in 1986.
15/ We're a Happy Family/Bali Ha'i - from the UK Miniatures compilation, 1981,
16/ King Kong - From the fan club compilation, Daydream B-Liver. Recorded in the early 1970's."
(note from RSD website)