|3||Credits With Tag||0:25|
|7||Death In Barstow||2:05|
|8||Beyond The Valley Of A Day In The Life||4:00|
|11||Santa Dog Medley||5:30|
|17||Melon Collie Lassie||2:51|
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|none||The Residents||The Residents Radio Special (Cass, Comp, Ltd, RE, Whi)||Ralph Records||none||US||1983|
|none||The Residents||Texas Radio Show (Cass, Comp, Unofficial, C60)||Pope-Music-Productions Ltd.||none||France||1979|
|none||The Residents||The Residents Radio Special (Cass, Comp, Ltd, RE, Gre)||Ralph Records||none||US||1983|
|none||The Residents||Special Program Guide 1977 (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||Cryptic Corporation||none||US||Unknown|
1983 reissue sold to the public. First edition limited to 100 copies. Black tape without cassette box, but only 2 sheets including instructions and tracklisting folded up and wrapped around the tape. No catalog number on the release.
Second edition of this reissue: white card version (limited edition of 700-800).
Third edition of this reissue: blue card and green card versions (limited edition of 1000).
This radio show was originally released in 1977. Tapes of this recording - without artwork, but accompanying tracks listing - were send out to various radio stations for promotion.
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Performer: The Residents
Title: The Residents Radio Special
Release date: 1983
Label: Ralph Records
Style: Radioplay, Experimental
Size MP3: 2999 mb
Size FLAC: 1613 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
Record source: Cassette, Compilation, Reissue, Limited Edition, 1st Edition