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  1. Kazitaxe Reply

    Mieze Residents: Make Me Moo: Enemy From Space: Judas Saves: Chesty Vulva: Easter Woman: Substance W: Honey Bear: Nicholas Panagakos: Crashing the March de la Amber: S.R Woodward: Loss of Innocence: SD Berlin: Boo Who? Lucas Martí: Bach Is Dead: Ray.

  2. Goltilar Reply

    "The Residents' Radio Special" is a radio special/ cassette by The Residents. It aired on KBOO, and was hosted by "Syd Powell" with Jay Clem. It involved Syd interviewing Jay, while insulting him, and The Residents. The songs themselves are from singles or wereunreleased .

  3. Kalabar Reply

    Meet the Residents is hardly an album that warrants or could survive an audiophile overhaul, but the whole gap/missing song portion thing's a deal breaker. While the price is pretty reasonable, I say buy it if you want a 12" cover of MtR or find a 70s /5(34).

  4. JoJok Reply

    In this image made from video, Tetsuko Shakuda speaks during a video interview in Hiroshima, western Japan, Monday, Aug. 3, Shakuda was a frightened year-old when she resumed her work as a conductor on a tram line in the devastated city of Hiroshima, just three days after the atomic bomb exploded 75 years ago, badly damaging the tracks and most of the trams.

  5. Nikogore Reply

    The second pressing of copies listed the contents on a white card in the cassette box. The final edition of copies has a blue card listing the contents. The album was given another limited release of hand-numbered copies under the title Eat Exuding Oinks - Ralph Records' Radio Special in The CD was mastered from one.

  6. Duzragore Reply

    1 product rating 1 product ratings - Comedy From The Golden Age Of Radio Box Set 20 Cassette Tapes 60 Programs 30 Hrs.

  7. Migami Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Card Cassette release of The Residents Radio Special on Discogs.5/5(2).

  8. Marn Reply

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