Roller Maidens from Outer Space (1974) - Side 2





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Published on Jan 28, 2012

Roller Maidens From Outer Space is a 1974 comedy album by Phil Austin, one of the members of the comedy group Firesign Theatre. Although the record is considered to be Austin's "Solo" album, the other three Firesigns make vocal contributions throughout, and are thanked by Austin in the liner notes. A complex lampoon on television and society, Austin's record is much in the same vein as the Firesign Theatre's Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers and fellow Firesign members Phil Proctor and Peter Bergman's TV or not TV. The television theme is carried over into the record sleeve, which features liner information displayed as if it were a television listing, complete with stylized channel numbers and little blurbs of content.

Side One:

Lord Jim Crappington - 1:49
C'Mon Jesus - 3:40
Carhook - 3:34
The Regular and Ethyl Show - 1:28
Switchblade Pitchforks - 2:21
The John Fresno Story - 10:15

Side Two:

The Bad News - 4:12
T.V. - 1:03
Celebrity Roller Rassling - 2:56
A Square Dance - 2:19
Dick Private's Personal Peril - 3:38
The Thrilling End - 8:35


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