Death In Barstow - The Residents - Fingerprince (CD, Album)

Download Death In Barstow - The Residents - Fingerprince (CD, Album)
Label: Bomba Records (4) - BOM22022 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Digipak • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental


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9 thoughts on “ Death In Barstow - The Residents - Fingerprince (CD, Album) ”

  1. Death In Barstow, AKA Once I Went To Barstow, is a song recorded (but left off) Fingerprince. It first appeared on The Residents Radio Special in , and was later released on the Babyfingers EP in Background. The song was recorded as a tribute to Harry Partch, who had died in September of It was originally meant to appear on side 3 of Fingerprince, but was eventually left off Album: The Residents Radio Special.
  2. The Residents later acknowledge Partch's influence with the song Death in Barstow, on Babyfingers, a reference to Partch's death in Barstow, California, in September, EuroRalph has also released a CD version of Fingerprince. It consists of two CDs, one full-length, one with the original album contents, and the other a 3" CD single of.
  3. Fingerprince is the fourth studio album (released as the third) by the album was recorded between – and released in It was intended to be a three-sided record titled Tourniquet of Roses. Due to expense, the project was abandoned and cut down to a regular two-sided Avant-garde, electronic.
  4. Death In Barstow This song is by The Residents and appears on the album Fingerprince (). Once I went to Barstow Then I went to bed First my friend was with me Then my friend was dead All his clothes were burned up And his thighs were red After all we've been through What more can be.
  5. The album was cut back to the standard length of two sides, which was renamed "Fingerprince". In this CD, the original "Tourniquet of Roses" was restored. However the title "Fingerprince" is still in use for this longer version. Durations are not listed on the release. Rear cover has the logo "The Residents - Randy, Chuck & Bob - 40 Big Ones!"/5(19).
  6. Tracks 1 to 7, and 12 to 18, originally released on vinyl in on Ralph Records as Fingerprince. Tracks 8 to 11 originally released on 7-inch single in on Ralph Records as Babyfingers. (c)(p) , The Cryptic Corporation.
  7. Download Death In Barstow mp3 – Fingerprince [Preserved Edition] of Residents -
  8. Monstrous Intro/Death In Barstow is very different to the other album with a more lo fi minimalist vibe and thin drawling vocals. Melon Collie Lassie has more thin vocals and a deep rumbling bass synth that reminds me of the Residents albums to follow in the 80s/5(7).
  9. Death In Barstow gets an unusual treatment as Once I Went To Barstow in a live take from , quite Psychedelic and powerful, bordering on something the Butthole Surfers might have done. The disc ends with Fingerprince Concentrate, which bundles all the ideas of the album into a fast-moving and menacing whole.

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