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Friendly Warning - Snakefinger - Chewing Hides The Sound (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Check out Chewing Hides the Sound by Snakefinger on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on webstheftsubloviveworkvaclilenstige.coinfo
  2. Artist: Snakefinger Album: Chewing Hides The Sound Appears On (Mixes): Oh, Yes, He Really Has To Suffer: The Best Of Snakefinger Song Notes: This is one the Residents co-wrote (and co-produced and performed on, as they did with all the cuts on the first two albums), and one the Residents really seem to enjoy playing. They frequently play it live (along with "Golden Goat" and "Eva's Warning.
  3. Sep 04,  · 'Chewing Hides the Sound' came out on Ralph Records, the Residents’ label, and they were his backing band on the album. It starts with 'The Model', a Kraftwerk song. Snakefinger injects into it just enough weirdness to make one of the best covers of this classic. 'Kill the Great Raven' is a pop song transformed into an underground anthem/5(79).
  4. May 16,  · Chewing Hides the Sound was Philip 'Snakefinger' Lithman's first, released in on The Residents' Ralph webstheftsubloviveworkvaclilenstige.coinfo Residents also co-wrote most of the album with Mr. Finger, who returned the favor by co-writing some of their material and by performing numerous guitar tracks for them/5(7).
  5. This page includes Chewing Hides The Sound's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and members/5(1).
  6. Lithman's solo records, recorded under the name Snakefinger, were released by The Residents' record label Ralph Records. His first album on Ralph was "Chewing Hides the Sound" in , featuring original material co-written with The Residents as well as esoteric covers like Kraftwerk's "The Model".
  7. Chewing Hides the Sound. by Snakefinger | Read Friendly Warning; I Love Mary; The Vultures of Bombay; The Spot; Smelly Tongues; Talkin' in the Town; Show More. This transitional album for the group may not be one of their best, but makes up for it in historical importance. The self-created myth has that the album was intended to be the Price: $
  8. This so-called collection is actually Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman's first two albums, "Chewing Hides The Sound" (minus for some reason The Vivian Girls) and Greener Postures. Both albums are in the exact order as the original LP releases. Added on at the beginning are two singles Snakefinger recorded with The Residents, The Spot and Smelly.

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