Exclusively for Prime members. Imagine if you will taking several of Firesign Theatre's classic albums, breaking them into equal pieces, and then putting an album together from randomly chosen parts. That's kind of what The Bride of Firesign is like. It opens with our old friend Peorige watching TV and before you know it he and Mudhead are off to work, driving a truck that's carrying a crate of eyeballs! Suddenly Nick Danger walks out of the f(r)og and meets his twin tormentors - Al Bradshaw and Rocky Rococo who are now squaring off in the political arena.
Following two concept albums, Firesign Theatre returns to the multi-threaded approach with The Bride of Firesign, pulling together many of their most memorable past characters into a single story line - though it's hard to tell how it's all going to come together at first. Peorgie Tirebiter and Mudhead are all grown up and driving virtual trucks for a living, when a shipment of wetware (okay, eyeballs) comes in and regulations force them to actually get in a real rig and take them across the country. Unfortunately, the overall experience is slightly marred by a pretty pointless cut about penises right at the very beginning of the album (just skip it), as well as constant references to keywords that can be entered at ww. iresigntheatre. com for additional material - but it's easy enough to ignore the keywords and get on with the listening.
Album · 2001 · 9 Songs. More By The Firesign Theatre. See All. How Can You Be In Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere at all. 1968. Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers. I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus.
The Bride of Firesign. The Bride of Firesign Tracklist.
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.
Dear Friends is the Firesign Theatre's fifth album to be released on Columbia Records. It is a compilation album, collecting the best bits from the group's nationally syndicated radio program produced from September 1970 to February 1971. All tracks by The Firesign Theatre. Toad Away – 3:19 - 12/9/70. Sodom And Jubilee – 3:15 - 12/9/70. Freezing Mr. Foster – 2:38 - 11/8/70. I Was A Cock-Teaser For Roosterama! – 3:05 - 11/8/70. Deputy Dan Has No Friends – 2:28 - 11/8/70.
Bride of Firesign is a comedy album by the Firesign Theatre released in 2001 by Rhino Records. It is the third volume of the Firesign's Millenium Trilogy We're Doomed, following Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death (1998) and Boom Dot Bust (1999). Studio album by. The Firesign Theatre. All tracks written by the Firesign Theatre. Something Old, Something Nude.
|Something Old, Something Nude|
|1||Pulling It Off As A Man|
|3||Nick Danger's "L-O-S-T G-A-L-S"|
|4||The Bride Stripped Bare|
|Something Buried, Something Rude|
|7||The Haystack In The Needle|
|8||Dr. Fireside's Plastic Beauty Saloon|
|9||The Graverobber's Roadshow|
|un-numbered||The Firesign Theatre||The Bride Of Firesign (CDr, Promo)||Rhino Records||un-numbered||US||Unknown|