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The Moles Are Coming - The Residents - Intermission (CD)


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1998
Label: East Side Digital - ESD 81312 • Format: CD EP, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental


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Posted 21.11.2019 by Kigul in category "DEFAULT

8 COMMENTS :

  1. By Balkis on
    Apr 28,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Residents - Intermission at Discogs. Complete your The Residents collection/5().
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  2. By Nezil on
    Intermission: Extraneous Music from the Residents' Mole Show is an EP by The Residents, released in It features 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 eblophataxmako.repopowohteratomawasvomoonba.co: Avant-garde.
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  3. By Akizragore on
    Intermission has to be the Residents' pinnacle. It entrances you from the 1st track to the 5th, with a linear feel throughout, and downright creepy & eerie at times, truly the stuff of nightmares. Mark of the Moles is brilliant as well, but more of a progressive concept album, w/its own dark elements/5(5).
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  4. By Tebar on
    Shorty's Lament (Intermission) () The Moles Are Coming (Intermission) () Would We Be Alive? (Intermission) () The New Hymn (Recessional) () Liner notes Mark of the Mole ESD CD reissue. In and '83 The Residents took The Mole Show on the road. The highly acclaimed work was offset by opening, closing, and intermission Artist: The Residents.
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  5. By Moogujin on
    Mark of the Mole is an album by The Residents, released in on Ralph Records. The first in what was intended to be a "trilogy" (of six albums) with a narrative centred on a conflict between two rival peoples, the Moles and the Chubs.
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  6. By Kajizilkree on
    The Mole Show is the stage version of The Mole Trilogy, a series of albums which tell the story of two societies, the Moles and the Chubs, and the conflicts between them. After ten years of making music The Residents decided to go on tour as a way of dealing with anger, confusion, and frustration in .
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  7. By Vijora on
    "Mark Of The Mole with guest star Intermission." Russian counterfeit in jewel case. Label is possibly ArsNova according to the matrix number, but this is not mentioned on the release. Tracks are listed as only one track on the CD. So there are ten tracks on the CD and eleven listed on the cover. ℗
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  8. By Zusida on
    'Intermission' is one of those albums that was not designed to see the light of day but thanks to the growing Residents' fanbase, it just has. It is not a bad album either by any standards but is really just the music and effects used during the scenes in the excessive lavish stage show promoting the Mole saga/5(4).
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