Kaw-Liga (The Residents)  

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Kaw-Liga was a single released by the Residents in 1986. The song is from their album Stars and Hank Forever. The song is a cover of the eponymous song by Hank Williams, replacing its original backing music with the bassline of Michael Jackson's Billie Jean.

Contents

U.S. Track List

  1. Kaw-Liga
  2. Stars and Stripes Forever

300 copies of the single were released on white vinyl, while 3000 were released on regular black vinyl. There as also a picture disc run of 2000 copies.

Netherlands Track List

  1. Kaw-Liga
  2. Jambalaya

Kaw-Liga Stars and Stripes Forever

12-inch Track List

  1. Kaw-Liga (Prairie Mix)
  2. Kaw-Liga (Single Version)
  3. Kaw-Liga (Original Version)
  4. Kaw-Liga (Horror Mix)

12-inch Track List

  1. Kaw-Liga (Housey Mix)
  2. Kaw-Liga (Stripped Mix)
  3. Kaw-Liga (Nightmare Mix II)

1994 "Poor Kaw-Liga's Pain" CD Track List

  1. Poor Kaw-Liga's Pain (Newly recorded version with different lyrics)
  2. Kaw-Liga (Original Version)
  3. Kaw-Liga (Single Version)
  4. Kaw-Liga (Housey Mix)
  5. Kaw-Liga (Stripped Mix)
  6. Kaw-Liga (Nightmare Mix II)
  7. Kaw-Liga (Horror Mix)
  8. Kaw-Liga (Prairie Mix)
  9. Kaw-Live-ga (Live Version)




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