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Intermission: Pink Numbered Vinyl
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- Release Date 03 November 2017
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- Vinyl LP
- Music On Vinyl
• 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl
• Tour Edition Of 1.000 Numbered Copies On Pink Vinyl
The Residents are one of pop history’s best kept secrets; throughout the group’s existence, the individual members have ostensibly attempted to operate under anonymity, preferring instead to have attention focused on their art output. Much outside speculation and rumor has focused on this aspect of the group. In public, the group appears silent and costumed, often wearing eyeball helmets, top hats and tails—a long-lasting costume now recognized as its signature iconography.
After Eskimo was released The Residents responded to the furor of fuss and praise it generated by taking various bits out of the album and re-working them to a disco parody of the original, this created Diskomo.
Intermission: Extraneous Music From The Residents’ Mole Show is an EP by The Residents, originally released in 1982. It featured music from the opening, closing and intermission portions of the Mole Show. It was the first in a line of albums that would bear the warning that it was not part three of the Mole Trilogy. Punk band NoMeansNo covered “Would We Be Alive?” twice: once on an EP of the same name, then again on their In the Fishtank EP.
|1||Lights Out (Prelude)|
|2||Shorty’s Lament (Intermission)|
|1||The Moles are Coming (Intermission)|
|2||Would We Be Alive? (Intermission)|
|3||The New Hymn (Recessional)|