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The ResidentsLiver Music

Label:
UWEB – UWEB 004
Format:
CD,
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Tracklist

1Diskomo
Performer [Uncredited]Penn & Teller, Snakefinger
3:14
2Numb Erone / Satisfaction / Kick A Cat
Written-By [Uncredited]Jagger-Richards
4:30
3This Is A Man's World
Written-By [Uncredited]Betty Jean Newsome, James Brown
4:54
4Excerpt3:16
5Red Rider / Die In Terror5:39
6The History Of Digital Music4:19
7Lizard Lady / Semolina6:08
8Excerpt2:57
9Ober7:41
10The History Of Digital Music6:42
11Happy Home / Star Spangled Banner
Music By [Uncredited]Francis Scott Key, John Stafford Smith
2:10
12Santa Dog
Recorded ByJ. Raoul Brody*
4:31
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"Liver Music for the bloody buddies - An odd assortment of liver stuff 1972-1990."

Notes from release:

Track 1: from the "13th Anniversary Show", San Francisco, CA February, 1987. Released as a flexi-disc inserted into the April 1988 issue of Reflex Magazine.
Track 2: from "Oh Mummy! Oh Daddy! Can't You See That It's True, What The Beatles Did To Me I Love Lucy Did To You" Berkeley, CA June 1976. None of this infamous show has ever been released. Chaos in motion. Re-issued in 2010 as a file-only.
Track 3: from the "13th Anniversary Show" Sydney, Australia, August 1986. Became a single in Australia, but otherwise unreleased.
Track 4: from the "Snakey Wake" San Francisco, CA September 1987. An interesting comparison with the studio version (UWEB 002). Previously unreleased.
Track 5: from the "13th Anniversary Show", San Francisco, CA October 1985. Recorded at a rehearsal. Previously unreleased.
Track 6: (Music Box Punch Card System) Berkeley, CA September 1985. Done under a pseudonym, this demonstration was for a junior highschool music class. Previously unreleased.
Track 7: from the "13th Anniversary Show", Tokyo, Japan October 1985. Left of "The Eyeball Show" album. Previously unreleased.
Track 8: from "The Party", San Francisco, CA Spring 1972. A performance done under another pseudonym for a private party. Previously unreleased.
Track 9: from "Cube-E", San Francisco, CA September 1989. The opening to the third part of "Cube-E". Previously unreleased.
Track 10: (The Macintosh Computer pre-midi) Berkeley, CA September 1985. Done under a pseudonym, this demonstration was for a junior highschool music class. Previously unreleased.
Track 11: from "Uncle Sam Mole Show", Washington D.C. November 1983. A special additional ending to "The Mole Show" for this New Music America event.
Track 12: from "Cube N.Y.E.", San Francisco, CA January 1990. A New Year's treat performed at midnight, luckily recorded by J. Raoul Brody and The Stupeds.

℗ + © 1990, The Cryptic Corporation
Made in Canada

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  • Matrix / Runout: UWEB004 MADE BY DISCTRONICS (A) W.O.# 20064-2

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