The Residents – God In Three Persons Soundtrack – Cassette
God in Three Persons Soundtrack is an album by the avant-garde and experimental music collective known as The Residents. Released in 1988, it serves as the musical accompaniment to their conceptual project titled “God in Three Persons.”
“God in Three Persons” is a multimedia work that incorporates music, spoken word, and visual elements to tell a complex and surreal narrative. The album serves as a soundtrack to this larger project and features a diverse range of musical styles and techniques.
The music on “God in Three Persons Soundtrack” defies easy categorization, drawing from elements of experimental rock, electronic music, avant-garde composition, and more. The Residents’ distinct and unconventional approach to music is evident throughout the album, with unconventional song structures, layered soundscapes, and unconventional instrumentation.
The lyrics and spoken word segments on the album contribute to the overarching narrative of “God in Three Persons,” exploring themes of identity, religion, human relationships, and spirituality. The storytelling is often abstract and surreal, with cryptic and thought-provoking lyrics.
God in Three Persons Soundtrack is a challenging and ambitious work that showcases The Residents’ unique artistic vision and boundary-pushing approach to music and storytelling. It remains a significant and influential release in the experimental music scene, capturing the essence of The Residents’ unconventional and avant-garde style.
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1. Main Title (God In Three Persons)
2. Hard And Tenderly
4. Thing About Them, The
5. Their Early Years
6. Loss Of A Loved One
7. Touch, The
8. Service, The
9. Confused (By What I Felt Inside)
10. Fine Fat Flies
12. Silver, Sharp And Could Not Care
13. Kiss Of Flesh
14. Pain And Pleasure