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Secrets - The Residents - Commercial Album (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Secrets - The Residents - Commercial Album (CD, Album)

  1. Tocage says:
    Commercial Album, an Album by The Residents. Released 17 February on BirdSong (catalog no. HYCA; CD). Genres: Art Pop, Satire, Minimal Synth.
  2. Kazratilar says:
    Whatever the concept behind it, this album is not only weird in that special way that only Residents albums are, but it's also surprisingly musically satisfying. A few of its 40 tracks ("Secrets" and "The Simple Song," for example) feel like throwaways, but most of .
  3. Daigul says:
    the classic pop satire masterpiece, plus 23 unreleased and never-before-on-cd tracks!.forty one-minute tracks, each designed to be played three times over to give a three minute pop tuevidcomprapergecelirekalibcha.coinfo b-sides, rehearsals, re-workings, compilation tracks and live tuevidcomprapergecelirekalibcha.coinfoered from the original tapes and produced with the residents and the cryptic corporation/5(9).
  4. Mezigrel says:
    Watch the video for Secrets from The Residents's Commercial Album for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  5. Virg says:
    This was a special release by PRE Records in England to promote The Commercial Album. Since the songs were only one minute long, this recording's program is larger than that of most singles. "Shut Up Shut Up" and "And I Was Alone" were songs which were left off of the original album because the band felt that they sounded too trendy.
  6. Yozshubei says:
    The Residents' 'Commercial Album' is a experiment, ahead of its time in many ways, where every track was designed to run for a whole minute with a few seconds to spare, to emulate the feel and style of a commercial. Secrets () -The song is similar in melody and style to The Simple Song. And somehow, they have made this one of /5(12).
  7. Vimi says:
    Sep 23,  · The "Commercial Album," a 'reaction' of sorts to their own magnum opus "Eskimo," is a lates avant garde classic, a kind of satire of a culture of sound bites. There are 40 1-minute tracks (as opposed to the single minute track on "Eskimo") that sound like an alien child's attempt to recreate the experience of having heard Earth music, and in particular, music from TV & radio ads (in my opinion).4/5(39).
  8. Kagaktilar says:
    Commercial Album, an Album by The Residents. Released 25 January on New Ralph Too (catalog no. NRT; CD). Genres: Art Pop, Satire, Minimal Synth.
  9. Nile says:
    Secrets Lyrics: Something's going on between them / Something I can see / Nobody seems to pay attention / So it's up to me / They're always touching / Always looking / In a secret way / I thought.

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