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2.49 | 7 ratings | 2 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, released in 1988

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1. Holy Kiss Of Flesh

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-Released in 1988 on CD3 by Ryko
-Released in 1993 on CD3 by EuroRalph

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THE RESIDENTS Holy Kiss Of Flesh ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(0%)
Good, but non-essential (57%)
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THE RESIDENTS Holy Kiss Of Flesh reviews

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Review by TCat
1 stars This is a remix of the track "Kiss of Flesh" from the "God in 3 Persons" album. It is a complete remix of the track made to a mostly steady beat. This short 15 minute record which consists only of the remix was released 5 years after the original album. It is the same idea that they had for "Eskimo" and turning it into "Discomo", it is pretty much in the same vein. The biggest difference here is that "Eskimo" was an excellent project and translated over well to the remix. This time, even though "God in 3 Persons" was somewhat highly reguarded especially by Residents fans, the remix just doesn't have as interesting source material to work with. There are snatches of the annoying narration heard throughout the remix, but at least it isn't as annoying because it isn't the main concentration of the remix. But, anyway, I don't find it worth the difficult search you will have trying to find it, unless you absolutely have to have every thing they have recorded, in which case, I wish you the best of luck. This is not one for the casual listener, or even for someone who is interested in their music. Bypass this one and spend your time trying to obtain The Residents better albums. 1 star only.

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5 stars AWESOME!!!!!! This demo only have 1 track but what a song!!!! THE RESIDENTS created a remix version of their "Kiss of flesh" song (9 minutes track) who give a 16 minutes song entirely prog! Electronic and instrumental part with an interesting and psychedelical story give an awesome value for ... (read more)

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