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The ResidentsB.S.

Label:MVD Audio – NRTLP011, Cherry Red – NRTLP011, New Ralph Too – NRTLP011
Series:The Residents pREServed
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered
Country:USA & Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Style:Experimental

Tracklist

A1We Stole This Riff1:50
A2Holelottadick1:38
A3B.S.1:45
A4Deepsea Diver Song4:05
A5King Kong
Performer [Uncredited]N. Senada, Snakefinger
Written-ByZappa*
3:20
A6Cantaten To Der Dyin Prunen
Piano [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited], Violin [Uncredited]Snakefinger
5:47
B1Intro Tape / Somethin' Devilish
Performer [Uncredited]N. Senada
2:44
B2N. Senada Tribute
Performer [Uncredited]N. Senada
1:32
B3The Fourth Crucifixion
Performer [Uncredited]N. Senada
3:36
B4James Dean's Death
Performer [Uncredited]N. Senada
0:22
B5Very Long Suite
Musician [Uncredited]Peggy Honeydew, Snakefinger
14:09
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The infamous, unreleased 1971 sequel to The W***** B*** Album. Recently discovered in the (pre)Residents' archive, remastered and released for the very first time.

Record Store Day 2019 release. Limited edition of 1400 copies. Comes with hype sticker on front cover, and printed inner sleeve.

Track B5 incorporated "Pink Lemonade", "Sandman", "Eat Me Mother", a selection of untitled instrumentals, "Bumble Bee", "Eloise", Snakefinger's wedding, "Kamikaze Lady", Miss Peggy Honeydew and "D Is For Doorknob", a number of announcements, "The Three Most Important Things In The Whole Wide Word" and more.

Recorded in San Francisco, San Mateo and Arcata, California. Side B recorded live at The Boarding House, October 18th 1971, at the studios of KHSC-FM, October 30th 1971, at the wedding of Mr P. E. Lithman and Miss Deborah Keadle, October 31st 1971, and in multiple other long-forgotten locations.

All songs written by the (pre)Residents and published by Pale Pachyderm Publishing except for "King Kong" (Zappa / Munchkin Music Co / Kobalt Music Copyrights Ltd).
℗ & © 2019 the Cryptic Corporation, Cherry Red Records and MVD Entertainment.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 013929 361119
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013929361119
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped runout): 184058E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped runout): 184058E2/A

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Baby Sex (CDr, Album, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release, Stereo)Not On Label (The Residents)noneEurope2015
New Submission
B.S. (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Remastered, Test Pressing, White Label)MVD Audio, Cherry Red, New Ralph TooNRTLP011USA & Europe2019

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homesliceus's profile picture
homesliceus
Looks like prices have finally come down for this.

Now its at half of what it used to be and almost near retail price :)
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BobAtchum
Hype and business... Here comes the new Ralph/Residents philosophy !
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PrimusSucks_
Finally sliced this bad boy open today and let me tell you the sound is great! The dynamic range is crazy good which means they finally listened to us, only complaint about this album is they put the records in the sleeve before the gloss layer dried so it was stuck.
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punkroctopus
I just saw Scott Colburn (who is currently in the process of remastering every Residents album for the pREServed reissuing campaign) open for Avey Tare the night before RSD. Had I known just how good this was going to end up being, I would have given him a hug on the spot. Gorgeous work.
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VincentPresley
Edited 2 years ago
Also, I'd like to point out that even though the track list is different, "Very Long Suite" is in fact the same as the original "Hallowed Be Thy Ween"
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VincentPresley
Sounds GREAT! According to the liner notes there are two mixes and this is the one that was sent out. I've heard bootlegs of this for many years and this vinyl sounds so much better and particularly, Wholelottadick has a way louder, shredding solo AND drums which I never heard in the crappy bootleg files. This is a great demo album. The Warner Bros album is just for completists but B.S. is a solid album. RSD has become a huge joke for releases and this was the only thing worth buying this year.