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The Wondering Jew - The Residents - The UGHS! (CD, Album)

The Wondering Jew - The Residents - The UGHS! (CD, Album)

  • Vudoramar says:
    The Ughs!, an Album by The Residents. Released 3 November on MVD Audio (catalog no. MVDA; CD). Genres: Experimental.
  • Kajizshura says:
    - The Ughs! by The Residents () - formapatitimirobattbifaherzsig.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Account Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl Go Search Hello Select your.
  • Turn says:
    THE RESIDENTS return to instrumental side of their early work on this album. Plenty of acoustic instruments come again, harmonica, harps, flutes, probably violins too, and I assume there is some guitar bowing involved but it's just a wild guess, I do not know how they make the sounds they make.
  • Tatilar says:
    Listen free to The Residents – The UGHS! (The Ughs, The Dancing Duck and more). 10 tracks (). When The Residents begin work on their opus to insanity, The Voice of Midnight, the group felt the need to shake things up. Internal forces were pulling them in different directions, with some feeling compelled to follow the purity of an intellectual approach, while others favored the.
  • Branos says:
    The Ughs; $ on iTunes 2. The Dancing Duck; $ on iTunes 3. Floating Down the Nile, Pt. 2; $ on iTunes 4. Squeaky Wheels; $ on iTunes 5. The Lonely Lotus; $ on iTunes 6. Rendering the Bacon; $ on iTunes 7. The Horns of Haynesville; $ on iTunes 8. The Wondering Jew; $ on iTunes 9. Charlie Chan; In the Dark; Song.
  • Maujinn says:
    The Residents then promptly christened this conceptual alter ego as THE UGHS! Realizing that their new direction was not unlike the methodology of psychodrama, they immediately saw THE UGHS as the perfect vehicle for exploring the conflicted emotions of Nate, the Voice of MIdnight's tormented protagonist, and threw themselves into a feverish.
  • Arall says:
    The Ughs! is an instrumental album by The Residents that was released on November 3, The songs on the album consists of segments from The Voice of Midnight but structured in a new way that does not need a narrative over it.
  • Doukasa says:
    The Residents have a long history of story-based music projects, starting with 's Not Available, continuing with God in 3 Persons in , and more recently The River of Crime in With The Voice of Midnight, The Residents have now taken a bold step, crossing a line into the world of music theater.

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