Redirected from Eat or Be Eaten (The Firesign Theatre album)). Eat or Be Eaten is the seventeenth comedy album by The Firesign Theatre, released on Mercury Records in 1985. Original Firesign Theatre member David Ossman did not appear on this album; Laura Quinn provided the voice of VJ Hawkmoth. The CD includes images encoded in CD+G format. Album: "Getting In" - 16:00. Getting Out" - 16:00. CD: "Headball Classic" - 1:33. Wimpy's Software" - 1:51. Kamikaze Recall" - 0:53. Entering Labyrinth" - 1:16.
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Eat or Be Eaten Tracklist.
Eat or Be Eaten is the seventeenth comedy album by The Firesign Theatre, released on Mercury Records in 1985. Dylan At The Met" - 0:45. Eat Or Be Eaten" - 3:21. Tonto's Cowboy Bank" - 1:48. Retrieved July 25, 2016. Eat or Eaten Liner Notes. v. t. e.
By fusing the high-concept comic vision of Stan Freberg with the expansive studio experimentation of the Beatles, the Firesign Theatre singlehandedly dragged the comedy album into the psychedelic era. Creating densely layered montages of improvisational routines, overheard dialogue, media manipulat. .As times changed and drug use tapered off, the troupe's core collegiate following began to dwindle; after 1979's Fighting Clowns, the Theatre's members began working on solo projects, but reunited in 1985 for Eat or Be Eaten. After again parting ways, they reteamed for a series of 1993 performances later documented on Back from the Shadows. Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death followed in 1998, and a year later the troupe returned with Boom Dot Bust.
The Firesign Theatre's Box of Danger: The Complete Nick Danger Casebook is a four-CD boxed set of most recorded material by comedy group the Firesign Theatre containing their fictional character Nick Danger, portrayed by Phil Austin. Danger is a parody of the hard-boiled detective genre, and is often announced as "Nick Danger, Third Eye", a parody of the term private eye. Danger stories involve stereotypical film noir situations, including mistaken identity, betrayal, and femme fatales.
|A||National Toilet/Dylan At The Met/Shoplifters Market/Neigborhood Survival Gunstore||3:52|
|B||Art Snob/Tonto's First Cowboy Bank/Wimpy's Software/Kamikase Recall||4:08|
- Pressed By – Electrosound Group Midwest, Inc.
- Producer – Fred Jones, Firesign Theatre*
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- Pressing Plant ID: 016
|Pro 388-7 DJ||The Firesign Theatre||National Toilet/Dylan At The Met/Shoplifters Market/Neighborhood Survival Gunstore (7", Pro)||Mercury||Pro 388-7 DJ||US||1985|