Thinking Fellers Union Local 282 - These Things Remain Unassigned (Gate) [With Booklet] [Remastered] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Track 1
2. 2x4's
3. Track 3
4. Every Day
5. Track 5
6. Strange Mail
7. Track 7
8. Blank Eyed Devil
9. Track 9
10. The Electrocutioner
11. Track 11
12. Horrible Hour
13. Track 13
14. Selections From "A Fistful of Dollars"
15. Track 15
16. The Kids Are In The Mud
17. Track 17
18. Wally And The Ghost
19. 1
20. San Remo
21. 1
22. Ed Sullivan
23. 1
24. Entoloma
25. 1
26. Electric Chair
27. 1
28. Flames Up Yours
29. 1
30. Outhouse Of The Pryeeeeeee
31. 1
32. Selections From "Rosemary's Baby"
33. 1
34. Sponge Dilrod
35. 1
36. Shiny Pig
37. 1
38. Who Are Parents
39. 2
40. Broken Bones

More Info:

Bulbous Monocle focuses it's lens further into the legacy and archives of the Thinking Fellers Union Local 282. These Things Remain Unassigned-a phrase coined by Brian Hageman, one of the band's musical snake appendages emanating from it's Medusa crown-is presented as a double LP (gatefold jacket with a twelve page libretto). It gathers together the band's singles, compilation tracks, outtakes and never before released gems encompassing the arc of TFUL's musical corpus. Every track has been surgically remastered by Mark Gergis (Porest / Sublime Frequencies / Mono Pause) with his signature craftsman approach. This collection is an auditory and visual feast. The extensive booklet included features band ephemera, concert flyers, photographs, and commentary about each track from Mark Davies. Beyond the rare singles and unreleased tracks from the TFUL archives, are cover versions from such disparate artists and composers as Ennio Morricone, Krzysztof Komeda, The Residents, The Shaggs, Caroliner Rainbow and Pérez Prado. "... In addition to these compilation one-offs, there were also a few studio recordings that were never quite completed or released. Throw in an alternate mix or two and the handful of singles that came out on various labels over the years, and you end up with what I feel works well as it's own body of work, a bunch of adopted oddballs that somehow fit together as a family. I hope you'll agree with me that these things are now no longer unassigned, but part of a somewhat cohesive whole, stitched together into something mysterious and glistening." -Mark Davies (2023)