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The Residents



4.17 | 116 ratings

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4 stars This is one of the best spoofs of rock and roll I have heard yet. The Residents isn't really what I call a band, but more of a art collective that makes music(?). With that, their first album 'Meet The Residents' showcased their Avant- Garde and experimental sound they were fully capable of, however here, they pulled out no stops and made something that I legit don't know how to describe. I feel like whenever I listen to this album, I feel like I am sucked in a weird, bright green void of sounds and noises that I cannot begin to understand. That is why I love The Residents so much, they aren't like other bands where they take you on a beautiful or terrifying journey, they just take you on a trip that you cannot describe, and not in a drug kinda way. The 2 songs on this album are so weird and disturbing and filled with chaos. But somehow with this chaos, I am at ease. It's kinda relaxing in a way listening to these weird sounds of pure, unfiltered weirdness. Stay true to your weirdness Residents.
Dapper~Blueberries | 4/5 |


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