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The Residents



3.96 | 114 ratings

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5 stars I listen to quite a bit of music and I am always searching for new sounds the vary from various genres straying into something without definition. I have known of The Residents for quite some time but really never listened to them. So I just thought I would listen to the CD with the highest regard and it left a huge mark on me. This is probably the only band with the exception to Especially Likely Sloth where I was not quite sure of what to think.

At first of course I did not quite like it but after the first song that soon changed as I began to feel the CD. I am sorry I cannot place into words exactly how I feel but the CD just feels completely serene and at it's place. Because of this it made me feel at home, like I belonged in this strange world The Residents have created.

Also, I am not sure if it is just me but this CD constantly reminds me of my childhood and so many of the beats and sound just resonate like I know them very well. I have no idea why but this gives me a warm sensation. Who knows, maybe my parents made me listen to it as a child lol.

But overall because this CD left such a huge mark and created such a massive involving ambiance I do not see how I could not give it a 5/5.

kojurama | 5/5 |


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