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on 21 February 2012
This is one of the latest pieces of work from the residents where they show an excited narrative and music performance. If you like story telling and innovative sounds it is a must to buy and if you are a Residents fan it would be other piece collection of their work. Really worthy the money and an excellent mental cinematic experience.
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on 27 April 2008
From the first shock as Nate begins his message, this is more classic atmospherics from the genius of the most underrated entity in the history of modern art. This is more like Lillie than Harry the Head, so more theatrical than top twenty melody but strangely compelling and almost like a suspense thriller, you want to keep listening and hoping that there are no dramatic breaks which would suggest you could stop listening. But then what did I expect from the eyeball wonders. I was always scared that discovering the identity of The Residents would diminish their appeal. I was mistaken, all it did was to reinforce their principle that the artist is unimportant compared to the art!
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on 30 January 2008
If you have never watched or listened to the Residents before, don't buy this. If you have, please do. It's brilliant. Spooky, well made, cruel to the ears, painful, can't-switch-off-able. Typical Residents.
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