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8 thoughts on “ Praise For The Curse - The Residents - The Tunes Of Two Cities (CDr, Album) ”

  1. May 31,  · Aila: The Tunes Of Two Cities is ostensibly the second part of The Residents’ Mole Trilogy. While it doesn’t do much (if anything) in terms of advancing the story from Mark Of The Mole, it is a pretty decent record in its own right. From the outset this album feels quite a .
  2. Albums de The Residents Mark of the Mole () Intermission: Extraneous Music from the Residents' Mole Show () modifier The Tunes of Two Cities est le titre d'un album des Residents sorti en Une particularité de cet album est qu'il a été un des premiers à utiliser l' E-Mu, un des premiers échantillonneurs. Titres Modifier Serenade for Missy A Maze of Jigsaws Mousetrap God of.
  3. The Tunes of Two Cities is Part Two of The Mole Trilogy. It collects and contrasts examples of the music of the Mole and Chub cultures. The tracks alternate between the fluffy, Art Deco music of the superficial Chubs and the dark, tribal music of the Moles. Chubs are only concerned with leisure and want nothing to do with real-world problems.
  4. Buy Mp3 Music Online / The Residents / The Tunes Of Two Cities (Remastered ) The Residents — The Tunes Of Two Cities (Remastered ) $ Discount: 20%; Release date: ; Duration: ; Add album to Cart. See more Discography. The Third Reich 'N' Roll (Reissued ) Meet the Residents The Commercial Album
  5. The Residents The Tunes of Two Cities Review by Gary Hill. The second album of a planned series that were intended to work as an extensive concept work, this is a bit more accessible than its predecessor. There is definitely more jazz in the mix, too. Yet, it is still decidedly The Residents with all that tasty weirdness that implies.
  6. The Residents. Produced by The Residents. Album The Tunes Of Two Cities. Smokebeams Lyrics [Instrumental] More on Genius "Smokebeams" Track Info. Praise For The Curse (Missing Lyrics).
  7. ‎Album · · 15 Songs. 15 Songs, 46 Minutes Preview. Tunes of Two Cities The Residents Alternative ; Listen 4 God of Darkness 5 Smack Your Lips (Clap Your Teeth) 6 Praise for the Curse 7 Open Up 8 Anvil Forest
  8. The Tunes of Two Cities is the ninth album by The Residents, released on Ralph Records on March 10th The second installment in the group's unfinished six-part Mole Trilogy, following 's Mark of the Mole, The Tunes of Two Cities collects and contrasts examples of the music of the trilogy's fictional Mole and Chub cultures.

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