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Butthole Surfers - The Last Astronaut Download


Performer: Butthole Surfers
Genre: Rock
Title: The Last Astronaut
Country: US
Released: 1998
Style: Alternative Rock
Label: Capitol Records
Catalog Number: CDP 7243 8 55859 2 0
MP3 version ZIP size: 2815 mb
FLAC version ZIP size: 2172 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 676

Tracklist

1Junkie Jenny In Gaytown3:39
2Intelligent Guy3:16
3Jet Fighter2:42
4I Don't Have A Problem5:02
5They Came In5:01
6Mexico3:48
7The Last Astronaut4:37
8Imbuya2:56
9Yentel3:22
10The Weird Revolution3:37
11Venus3:57
12Turkey & Dressing2:35

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
8677Butthole Surfers (Sequenced & Mastered) ‎(Cass, Promo)Capitol Records8677US1998

Notes

Issued in a card sleeve with custom sticker. Track times taken sticker

Album

The Last Astronaut. Butthole Surfers. Watch the video for The Last Astronaut from Butthole Surfers's Weird Revolution for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Butthole Surfers - After the astronaut 1998. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Noise Rock. A planned 1998 project, After the Astronaut, was scrapped and the Surfers acrimoniously split with their manager, Tom Bunch. Songs in album Butthole Surfers - After the astronaut 1998. Butthole Surfers - The Weird Revolution. Butthole Surfers - Intelligent Guy. Butthole Surfers - Jet Fighter. Butthole Surfers - Imbuya. Butthole Surfers - Mexico. 02:45 159 К. Released: Aug 2001. Label: Hollywood Records. The Last Astronaut Reprise. Latest albums by Butthole Surfers. Piouhgd Widowermaker Play. Man's Sac. Brown Reason To LiveLive PCPPEP. It was thought to be a lie. An 'After the Astronaut' promo CD. And yet here it a photographic proof, no less. A couple of cassette variants exist, but the CD is a rare bird indeed. It appears they changed the name of the project to 'The Last Astronaut' by the time the CDs were pressed, most likely at Capitol's insistence, but even having a title track couldn't save the project from its fate. I don't think CDs were destroyed, but knowing how many were sent out as promotional items is impossible. Band Name Butthole Surfers. Album Name After the Astronaut. Type Album. Released date April 1998. Labels Capitol Records EMI Records. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album2. Weird Revolution. Last Astronaut. Junkie Jenny in Gaytown. When compared to past albums like Rembrandt Pussyhorse and Independent Worm Saloon, the Butthole Surfers' After the Astronaut is rather tame. There's been a total change stylistically - gone are the days of puzzling demented humor, real drums almost the entire album features a beat box or drum machine of some sort, and shockingly over-the-top performances. Weird Revolution - Butthole Surfers. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Butthole Surfers. 2001 rock. In 1981, Haynes and Leary published the magazine Strange V. which featured photos of abnormal medical ailments, coupled with fictitious, humorous explanations for the diseases
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It was thought to be a lie. An 'After the Astronaut' promo CD. And yet here it is...with a photographic proof, no less. A couple of cassette variants exist, but the CD is a rare bird indeed. It appears they changed the name of the project to 'The Last Astronaut' by the time the CDs were pressed, most likely at Capitol's insistence, but even having a title track couldn't save the project from its fate...I don't think CDs were destroyed, but knowing how many were sent out as promotional items is impossible. A scant handful at best before the album was scrapped, and lawsuits started to fly between all parties involved...One of the cassette variants has a release date listed of February 2, 1998...that never happened, and my educated guess is that the CDs were released sometime in April or May...who exactly they were sent to is anybody's guess...it couldn't have been very many, because the first lawsuit against their manager was initiated right around that time as well...shortly thereafter, they were dropped by Capitol altogether...The band doesn't even know who initiated sending promotional materials out to press for 'After the Astronaut', since nothing had really been settled as to when it would get released. Rumors that Marcy Playground, another Capitol band, stole the artwork commissioned by Mark Ryden for their 'Shapeshifter', therefore delaying the record, are not true...Paul gave artist Mark Ryden the idea for the front cover of the album...Mr Ryden then painted a back cover based on the theme Paul gave him (aliens and indians). Long 'After the Astronaut' was scrapped, the Marcy Playground found that back cover image in the Capitol art archive and it became the front cover of 'Shapeshifter...They had no idea on the artowrk's previous intent, nor was it the art orginally commissioned by Paul...In any event, or rather because of a lot of events, these CDs didn't get mailed to many folks before things turned to shit. This makes finding one these days quite a challenge, to put it mildly. I'd say it's scarcity rivals the band's first demo cassette from 1981; 'I FUCK YOUR WIFE'...anyone got one of those??...

I also found that download, it came with a cover that showed a Native American woman holding an alien papoose with a settler's wagon and tall rock towers in the background, was that what came with yours?

There is a huge difference between the 2. A friend of mine bought a copy of it on ebay for something crazy like $100, just to end up with a cd-r of it. At that point, it didn't matter. We all fell in love with it. Now from what i recall. Up to that point, all those cd-r copies were actually sourced from the cassette version. Cut to 'X' amount of years later, with what i think is an actual cd-r copy of the actual cd. The first thing i noticed, right off the hop in the first 3 seconds, was that all the tape hiss was gone. now, unless someone just took the old cd-r version of it, and cleaned it up to remove the tape hiss, is possible. but i would like to think that it actually came off an actual silver cd copy of it. either way, it's still a brilliant album, and i actually prefer this version of it, over the Weird Revolution version. the only thing i wish i could have taken photos of, back then. was the 8-Track version i made at home. and yes, i had to rearrange the track orders to make it fit on to the tape. as to what i taped over, i don't even remember. good times. still a brilliant release.

Very helpful and informative as always Jimi! Thanks, Randy in Colorado.

I actually got lucky and had this in an illegal download...all the track sound like demos for what later would end up on Weird Revolution. But the tracks that didn't make the cut are pretty sweet. Turkey & Dressing is wicked but sounds a lot like one of the tracks of Electriclarryland. I spent a long time trying to find a picture of the cover but what I got turns out to be a bootleg cover that someone made to sell some fake copies but is kinda cool in its own way.