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Gotta Gotta Get - The Residents - The Big Bubble (Part Four Of The Mole Trilogy) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

22 Oct, 2021 1 comments
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1985
Label: Ralph Records - RZ-8552 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Pink • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental
Gotta Gotta Get - The Residents - The Big Bubble (Part Four Of The Mole Trilogy) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

The Residents – The Big Bubble (Part Four Of The Mole Trilogy) The Residents. –. The Big Bubble (Part Four Of The Mole Trilogy) Label: Ralph Records – RZ Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Pink. Country/5(18).

 · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Big Bubble (Part Four Of The Mole Trilogy)" on Discogs.

Subtitled "Part four of the Mole Trilogy". Tracks 1 to 11 were originally released on vinyl album in on Ralph Records. Contains "Safety is the Cootie Wootie" as a bonus (tracks 12 to 14). "Safety Is The Cootie Wootie, was recorded in September of , and made its first appearance in a Japanese cassette art magazine TRA, in February /5(21).

This is part four Of The Residents Mole Trilogy, which is the tale of two very different races having to live together. The original LP of this album had an album cover picturing the eyeball folks, but if you peeled that off, underneath is another album cover, picturing /5(14).

 · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Big Bubble: Pt. 4 of the Mole Trilogy - The Residents on AllMusic - - A troubling album from the group and part four /10(31).


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    14 rows ·  · The Big Bubble is the name of a fictional rock group (formed decades after the war) consisting of Mole/Chub crosses, and this release is the first Lp by the band -- as performed by The Residents. Many of the vocals on the album contain examples of the Mohelmot tongue, the traditionnal spoken language of the Moles before their arrival in Chubland.4/5().

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