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N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues)

'N-Er- Gee (Crisis Blues)' is the longest track at , and it is the Residents at their most outrageous. It is an irregular collage of sounds that is as disconcerting as anything heard from the band since. It moves into some chanting and psych prog instrumentation until a xylophone chimes a ditty and then there are brass blasts before some 4/5(16). Recorded as a break from their film project Vileness Fats, the album was home-produced and recorded throughout with help from fellow musician Snakefinger and based around N. Senada 's "Theory of Phonetic Organization." Its album cover brought the band to prominence, being a parody of Meet the Beatles!, the Beatles ' second US album release. New York Dolls – Personality Crisis () The Rolling Stones – (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction – Mono Version () Shocking Blue – Love Buzz () The ers – Keys to Your Heart () Dead Kennedys – Holiday in Cambodia () Patti Smith – Free Money () John Cale – Fear Is A Man’s Best.

Apr 04,  · So, we’re stealin’ the idea from the Sparks Project and doing one with probably even more records out there — The Residents!! And this time we’re changing it up a little bit — we’ve got two hardcore Residents fans in me and Rich, but Aila is, at best, a casual fan, who will be hearing about 99% of these records for the first time. N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues) () Evil Hoodoo () Fear Is A Man's Best Friend () Free Money () Garbage () Gloria (feat. Van Morrison) - Stereo Version () Have Love Will Travel () Hero () Hidden Charms () Holiday in Cambodia () Human Fly () I Can't. N-Er-Gee (Crisis Blues) This song is by The Residents and appears on the album Meet The Residents (). Uh, it's Christmas, but, but there ain't nobody raisin' much of a fuss. Christmas, Christmas, Christmas. There ain't nobody raisin' no fuss. Christmas, Christmas, Christmas. There ain't nobody raisin. N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues) () pREServed edition () Meet The Residents pREServed postcard Meet The Residents was the first album released as part of The Residents' pREServed series of remastered and expanded reissues, alongside The Third Reich 'n Roll in January Greetings; 12) N-er-gee (Crisis Blues). Meet The Residentsis a clear spoof of Meet The Beatles(the Fab Four's first American LP), and the four pictures on the album cover confirm that hint even further. Actually, the cover was one of the reasons why the record never sold that much - . I was a fan of the Residents back in the day, and I recently picked up this album as a blast-from-the-past experience. It didn't disappoint. Despite what you may have heard, this really _is_ music (there are melodies and everything!) but it's really strange/5(34).


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  1. Watch the video for N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues) from The Residents's Meet The Residents / Not Available for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. N-er-gee (Crisis Blues) Lyrics The Residents – N-er-gee (Crisis Blues) No Comments; 0 Tags; Know something about this song or lyrics? Add it to our wiki. Read More Edit Wiki; The, the, The end of the rainbow Is a speedin' up news But the, the, The knot in the, The fuse Is the speed that, That you lose?
  3. N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues) $ Reviews The songs are all sung in a rhythmic spoken word fashion, similar to talking blues. The entire lyrical content of the album is written in trochaic octameter, a rare poetic meter most famously used in Edgar Allen Poe's poem The Raven. A central motif of the album is the organ riff from "Double 4/5(6).
  4. Apr 05,  · 'N-Er- Gee (Crisis Blues)' is the longest track at , and it is the Residents at their most outrageous. It is an irregular collage of sounds that is as disconcerting as /5(9).
  5. The lengthy closing suite, "N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues)," encompasses everything from someone goofily singing along to the original recording of The Human Beinz's '60s garage-rock hit "Nobody but Me" to a snatch of drunken barbershop-style vocal harmony, ending one of the oddest albums in "rock" on an appropriately out-there note.
  6. The masterwork of the album is the terrifying "N-Er-Gee (Crisis Blues)," opening with crazed banging on a piano and singing not unlike that of a murderous idiot man-child. The voice begins singing along with "The Land of 1, Dances," only for the song to loop the line "BOOG-ALOO!" again and again, turning it into some kind of strange ritual.
  7. N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues) Lyrics. [Verse 1] Uh, it's Christmas, but, but there ain't nobody raisin' much of a fuss. Christmas, Christmas, Christmas. There ain't nobody raisin' no fuss. Christmas.
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