H.E.L.L. No! - The Residents - Heaven? (CD)

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Label: Rykodisc - RCD 20012 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental


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9 thoughts on “ H.E.L.L. No! - The Residents - Heaven? (CD)

  1. No Barcode. CD had green/silver design. Booklet printed in Canada. Collections of songs released only on CD format. Comes in a black tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet. Published by Pale Pachyderm Publishing, BMI, except: "It's A Man's Man's Man's World" Unichappell and "I Got Rhythm" New World. [Rear Insert] ℗ The Cryptic Corporation/5(22).
  2. Collections of songs released only on CD format, with 4-page booklet. Some copies come in white tray. First pressing with "Manufactured in Japan" printed on disc and back tray, but this release was issued for /5(9).
  3. This CD is part of a two volume best of the Residents, released in Many consider the height of their career to have been in the late 70's and early 80's, so this is a great compilation to get a sampling from that era. I think it is a fair, but not excellent choice of songs to represent the band.5/5(2).
  4. Heaven? 1. H.E.L.L. No! 2. The Importance of Evergreen 3. It's a Man's Man's Man's World 4. Japanese Watercolor 5. I Got Rhythm 6. Ups & Downs 7. Serenade for Missy 8. Easter Woman 9. Amber The Census Taker The Moles Are Coming Resolution? Happy Home Crashing Red Rider Floyd Mahogany Wood Kula Bocca Says So.
  5. When Ryko briefly signed the Residents for their God in Three Persons soundtrack, they quickly released a duo of compilations to take advantage of the groups rather large back catalog and to promote the new lengths offered by compact discs. Heaven? is purportedly a selection of the more heavenly side of the group. This is certainly true of the musical haiku that came from The Commercial Album 4/
  6. Heaven?, a Compilation of songs by The Residents. Released in on Rykodisc (catalog no. RCD ; CD). Genres: Experimental Rock.
  7. The Residents are an American art collective best known for their avant-garde music and multimedia works. Since their first official release, Meet the Residents (), the group has released over sixty albums, numerous music videos and short films, three CD-ROM projects, and ten heatsgolonuhalre.eprefmasacrectlopyliteecasmoacres.co have undertaken seven major world tours and scored multiple films.. Pioneers in exploring the potential.
  8. 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 The Residents was Ralph Records' second release (after the Santa Dog EP in ).
  9. In , The Residents were not content to continue creating a series of single, isolated music albums and wished to pursue more ambitious projects. Consequently, The Mole Trilogy was the first venture in this new direction. Initially the project was designed to be a collection of six albums: three of the LPs were intended to tell an epic story.

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