Performer, Written-By – The Residents. Photography By – Henk Braam. Producer – The Cryptic Corporation. Producer – Harald Are Lund. Demons Dance Alone 2002-12". Recorded at Rockefeller, Oslo, Norway by NRK Musikkteknikk, February, 27, 2003. Due to a printing error on the sleeve, the track listing of the first CD incorrectly leaves off King Kong/DDA, and begins the list with Thundering Skies. Other (Catalog Number Disc 1): RZ1207-1
A live recording of The Residents 2002 Demons Dance Alone tour. released November 3, 2013. supported by 33 fans who also own Demonic! The Residents Live in Oslo! go to album. The Residents - Snakey Wake (Music To Honor Snakefinger 1987) SR09 by The Residents. supported by 20 fans who also own Demonic! The Residents Live in Oslo! The Residents! Nuff said! < 3 Debz. Snakefinger - Live In Melbourne 1981 (punk) SR05 by Snakefinger. supported by 15 fans who also own Demonic! The Residents Live in Oslo! Not all songs that are carefully crafted in the studio have equal or greater punch when performed live. This record has the goods and the energy.
The Residents are an American art collective best known for avant-garde music and multimedia works. The first official release under the name of The Residents was in 1974, and the group has since released over sixty albums, numerous music videos and short films, three CD-ROM projects and ten DVDs. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Demonic!: The Residents Live in Oslo! Album. Missing lyrics by The Residents? Know any other songs by The Residents?
Demonic!: The Residents Live in Oslo! Cryptic Corporation RZ1207.
The Residents had to get out of Louisiana, they were a very odd group of people who couldn't stand that setting and had to get ou. studio album (1988) Snakey Wake, single (1989) Buckaroo Blues/Black Barry, live (1989) The King & Eye, studio album (1989) Cube E: Live in Holland, live (1990) Liver Music, live (1990) Freak Show, studio album (1991) 13th Anniversary Show: Live in the . live (1992) Santa Dog '92, single (1992) Our Finest Flowers, studio album (1993) Stranger Than Supper, compilation (1995).
At one point, one of the Residents quotes the clip from the McCartney interview used on the A-side and laughs maniacally. The single, particularly the B-side, reflects the Residents' boredom with pop music and their tendency to perform deconstructionist covers, perhaps shown most notably on their album The Third Reich 'n Roll . Retrieved 2016-10-12. "The Residents - The Beatles Play The Residents And The Residents Play The Beatles (Vinyl)". Demonic: Demons Dance Alone Live In Oslo. Triple Dub-Ya: The Way We Were Melbourne.
The finished album hits stores on Augsut 24th! For posterity, here is the list of all 197 songs that came in during the submission period. On the Way to Oklahoma.