It was originally recorded as a follow up to 1974's Meet the Residents. However, following the Theory of Obscurity, it was immediately locked away in a bank vault with no plans to issue it until the members of the band had completely forgotten about its existence
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2 年 前. Band from Germany, this album was released through Lost & Found Records in 1999 (Left) and repressed through Last Exit Music.
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It is said to be, questionably, the Residents' second recorded album (in 1974, only to be released in 1978 after utilizing "the theory of obscurity"). While the Residents have experimented within the confines of rock throughout their entire careers, with the exceptions of Eskimo, The Commercial Album, and God in Three Persons, this album achieves like no other.
|A4||Led By Signs||2:15|
|A6||By My Side||3:02|
- Bass – Thorte
- Drums – Chris
- Guitar – Arndt, Danny , Mac
- Vocals – Dragan
NotesEdition of 216 copies:
200 on orange vinyl
12 on black vinyl, hand-numbered, the test pressing edition with an alternate cover (this)
4 on orange vinyl, the "not a testpress" edition, it has an alternate cover. So most likely, if you have an orange copy, you don't have this edition.
With a download code.
|LF 231/CD||Not Available||Burp! (CD, Maxi)||Lost And Found Records||LF 231/CD||Germany||1996|
|LEM078||Not Available||Burp! (CD, MiniAlbum, RE, RP)||Last Exit Music||LEM078||Germany||2016|
|LEM078||Not Available||Burp! (LP, S/Sided, RE, S/Edition, Ora)||Last Exit Music||LEM078||Germany||2016|
|LEM078||Not Available||Burp! (LP, S/Sided, RE, Ora)||Last Exit Music||LEM078||Germany||2016|