Kill The Great Raven - Snakefinger - Chewing Hides The Sound (Cassette, Album)


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Label: Celluloid - 729804,Vogue - 729804 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Avantgarde


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9 thoughts on “ Kill The Great Raven - Snakefinger - Chewing Hides The Sound (Cassette, Album)

  1. 16 rows · 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().
  2. Chewing Hides The Sound was Snakefinger's first full-length album, released by Ralph Records in The record is co-produced with The Residents, who also co-wrote many of the songs. The album has the distinction of featuring the first recorded cover version of Kraftwerk 's song " The Model ", it also features the cover of "Magic and Ecstasy Label: Ralph.
  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(81).
  4. Kill The Great Raven Lyrics: Kill the great raven / Kill the great raven / Kill the great raven / Kill the great raven / His tiny eyes, they search the skies / He looks so alone, so he must die.
  5. Chewing Hides The Sound by SNAKEFINGER, released 06 February 1. The Model 2. Kill The Great Raven 3. Jesus Was A Leprechaun 4. Here Comes The Bums 5. The Vivian Girls 6. Magic And Ecstasy 7. Who Is The Culprit And Who Is The Victim? 8. What Wilbur? 9. Picnic In The Jungle Friendly Warning I Love Mary The Vultures Of Bombay
  6. English avant-guitarist Philip Charles Lithman, aka Snakefinger, began an association with the Residents in , before the group even had that name. The Residents co-produced his two albums with Snakefinger. Chewing Hides Sound from includes a cover of Kraftwerk's "The Model." This is very appropriate because both groups relied heavily on mechanical, angular rhythms and lyrics loaded.
  7. Chewing Hides the Sound was Philip 'Snakefinger' Lithman's first, released in on The Residents' Ralph baskuninabomi.reidebcodichenmeresziedemabedmu.co 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.
  8. Snakefinger - "Chewing Hides The Sound" (Ralph Records - SNK ) Even though we saw pictures of Snakefinger, and knew he was in abysmally bad pub rock group Chilli Willi and the Red Hot Peppers, there was still an aire of mystery about him.
  9. After the lack of success of the second album, he returned to the states and work on his first solo album began. "Chewing Hides The Sound" came out in on Ralph Records. It includes classics such as his Kraftwerk cover "The Model", "What Wilbur?" and "Picnic In The Jungle". The songs on the album were co-written with The Residents.

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