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  1. "Nobody but Me" is a song written by O'Kelly, Rudolph, and Ronald Isley of The Isley Brothers and first recorded by The Isley Brothers in The most commercially successful and widely known version to date is the US Top 10 hit by The Human Beinz, which was their only chart luenismobecafecourreimindthamenmo.coinfo Human Beinz version, whose lyrics feature names of dances popular in the late .
  2. 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 A limited number of early copies were shipped with a bonus postcard.
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  4. N-ER-GEE (Crisis Blues) Lyrics: Uh, it's Christmas, but, but there ain't nobody raisin' much of a fuss / Christmas, Christmas, Christmas / There ain't .
  5. Subtitled The First Album by North Louisiana's Phenomenal Pop Combo, Meet the Residents was released on April 1st, , with a striking cover -- a defaced version of the cover of Meet the Beatles, the Beatles' first album from Capitol Records.
  6. The Residents are true avant-garde crazies. Their earliest albums (of which this is the first) have precedents in Captain Beefheart's experimental albums, Frank Zappa's conceptual numbers from Freak Out!, the work of Steve Reich, and the compositions of chance music tonemeister John Cage-- yet the Residents' work of this time really sounds like nothing else that exists.

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