The 13th Anniversary Show Live Tokyo
Download links and information about The 13th Anniversary Show Live Tokyo by The Residents. This album was released in 1986 and it belongs to Avant Garde Jazz, Rock, Avant Garde Metal, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:09:27 minutes.
|Genre:||Avant Garde Jazz, Rock, Avant Garde Metal, Alternative|
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|3.||Hello Skinny - Constantinople||5:17|
|5.||Where Is She?||2:26|
|6.||Picnic In the Jungle||5:46|
|8.||Eloise - Ship's Agoin' Down||3:38|
|9.||Tourniquet of Roses||2:50|
|10.||Passing the Bottle - Monkey and Bunny||5:56|
|11.||Theme for an American TV Show - Man's Man's Man's World||6:15|
|13.||Easter Waman - Amber - Red Rider - Die In Terror||6:26|
|14.||Coming of the Crow - Eva's Warning||4:24|
|15.||Cry for the Fire||6:19|
The 13th Anniversary Tour marked the last live appearance of Snakefinger with the Residents and was the only time the group took to the stage with an armload of career spanning material, not centered around one concept album. Expanded from the original Torso release by eight tracks, the song list ranges from the early "Eloise" (from Vileness Fats) to their angst-ridden cover of James Brown's "Man's World." The band, relying heavily on the Emulator synth and the fiery angular distortion of Snakefinger's guitar, bring life to even the slightest of their material, rendering "Monkey and Bunny" from their snoozy team-up with Renaldo and the Loaf into something approaching a frightening beauty. The lead Resident's vocals burst forth with bile and confusion, letting out a cathartic wail on the show closing "Cry for the Fire." The remaster adds some applause into an original mix that was once all the more devastating when it seemed like they were playing for an enthusiastic crowd of three in an echoing hall. That quibble aside, this is one of the finest live documents of this mysterious group.