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Artist: The Residents

Label: East Side Digital

Produced By: The Residents

Tracklisting:

DVD (x2—Each video has both the original soundtrack and a brand new soundtrack):

  1. The Third Reich N Roll
  2. Constantinople
  3. One Minute Movies: (The Simple Song, The Act Of Being Polite, Moisture, Perfect Love)
  4. Kick A Picnic
  5. Songs For Swinging Larvae (original soundtrack by Renaldo & The Loaf)
  6. He Also Serves
  7. This Is A Man's Man's Man's World
  8. Harry The Head
  9. Gingerbread Man (Concentrate)
  10. Jelly Jack The Boneless Boy
  11. Just For You (Disfigured Night Part 7)
  12. Stars And Stripes Forever
  13. Where Is She?
  14. Burn Baby Burn
  15. Hello Skinny
  16. Bad Day On The Midway (Concentrate)
  17. Vileness Fats (Concentrate)

CD:

  1. Icky Flix Theme
  2. The Third Reich N Roll
  3. Just For You (Disfigured Night Part 7)
  4. Songs For Swinging Larvae
  5. Bad Day on the Midway
  6. Kick A Picnic
  7. Gingerbread Man
  8. Title
  9. Mom's House
  10. The Cave 1
  11. The Banquet Hall
  12. The Nightclub 1 (Eloise)
  13. The Cave 2
  14. The Nightclub 2
  15. Icky Flix Closing Theme


ReviewEdit

ESSENTIAL. The Residents' video work is typically amazing (particularly their earlier, live-action stuff), especially since they were all amateurs at it and taught themselves. And hey, this has a bunch of stuff that's on display at MoMA. And, since the Residents don't like to just release old stuff, they re-recorded an alternate 5.1 soundtrack of different versions of all the songs (of course, the originals are also available), and loaded it down with Easter Eggs. A CD was released of some of the new versions of the songs, as well—that's cool, but less essential. The DVD, however, is a MUST HAVE. This is an updating of sorts of 20 Twisted Questions, but this is worth getting even if you already have that release—even if you don't like the new audio versions, the picture's remastered and much, much clearer. (I couldn't tell that was a nail in the "Hello Skinny" video on the LD version.) - Rev. Syung Myung Me

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