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DEMONS DANCE ALONE

The Residents

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3.91 | 15 ratings | 2 reviews | 13% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2002

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I. Tongue (1:11)
2. Loss: Mr. Wonderful (3:50)
3. Loss: The Weatherman (3:06)
4. Loss: Ghost Child (2:56)
5. Loss: Caring (3:49)
6. Loss: Honey Bear (4:14)
7. Loss: The Car Thief (3:58)
8. Loss: Neediness (4:08)
9. (0:25)
10. (0:44)
11. (0:06)
12. Denial: Thundering Skies (2:54)
13. Denial: Mickey Macaroni (2:44)
14. Denial: Betty's Body (3:31)
15. Denial: My Brother Paul (3:07)
16. (0:18)
17. Denial: Baja (2:28)
18. (0:26)
19. (0:32)
20. (0:04)
21. Three Metaphors: The Beekeeper's Daughter (2:53)
22. (0:09)
23. Three Metaphors: Wolverines (2:58)
24. (0:04)
25. Three Metaphors: Make Me Moo (2:41)
26. (0:35)
27. (1:03)
28. II. Demons Dance Alone (3:42)

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Line-up / Musicians

Isabelle Barbier / vocals
Nolan Cook / guitar
Toby Dammit / guitar
Carla Fabrizio / vocals
Molley Harvey / vocals
The Residents / arranger, keyboards, vocals, producer
Desmond Shea / trumpet

Releases information

-Released in 2002 on CD by East Side Digital, Ralph America, and Euro Ralph

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THE RESIDENTS Demons Dance Alone ratings distribution


3.91
(15 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(13%)
13%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(60%)
60%
Good, but non-essential (13%)
13%
Collectors/fans only (13%)
13%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
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Review by historian9
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4 stars RESIDENTS later career is as user friendly as it gets, as someone who was just recently became a fan, I think I can now distinguish the weirdness on different albums of this band. Somewhere in the 80's the material became less experimental and went with more focus on concepts and lyrics, as here we have something I would dare say is something like underground pop music, rather then the all over the place sounds of 70's albums.

So is the music good? Yes. There aren't any Not Available avantgarde epics but hearing RESIDENTS make this kind of music shows that they are still re-inventing themselves at every turn. For a change the lyrics are very understandable with less voice effects, and the female vocals are excellent. Long story short, it's vocal song oriented (more refined beautiful underground pop of later albums, "Life Would Be Wonderful", "The Weatherman"...) with instrumental parts which hint at the Commercial Album era ("Thundering Skies" for example but present in most of album).

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4 stars While clearly not representive of their body of work, DEMONS DANCE ALONE is nonetheless a fantastic addition to their catalog and an excellent entry to The Residents sound. Loosely themed on their emotions after Sep. 11th, the album tackles loss, denial and finally acceptance. The sound is way mo ... (read more)

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