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THE RESIDENTS

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Founded in San Francisco, USA in 1969 - Still active as of 2018

The Residents formed in the late 60's travelling from Louisiana to San Francisco, experimenting with tape and any media they can get their hands on, and recording plenty of music to suit themselves. The Residents had to get out of Louisiana, they were a very odd group of people who couldn't stand that setting and had to get out. On the way The Residents seemed to have made a slight name for themselves as oddities, so a man named Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman decided to come down and check them out from England. On the way he picked up a man named N. Senada, who ended up highly contributing to The Residents' technological absurd recordings by presenting philosophies and theories to The Residents to keep their music highly original and odd. It then set off from there, with tons of concept albums, and quite the iconic presence in the mid '70's known as the four guys in the eyeball masks who have never released their names (they want their music to be recognized, not them). This anonymous group of men toyed with tape experimentation and the latest technology in creating bold and pioneering electronic music covering a whole lot of ground, destroying pop songs with their signature style, creating extremely catchy oddball songs, and later covering people like James Brown, Elvis Presley, and Hank Williams into entire albums, deconstructing their known songs with their signature style. The Residents are highly intelligent and insightful, creating many concept albums in which they devote entire concerts to acting out. These became more often in the early '80's until today, where their rare live appearances can't be missed. The Residents also over their careers are the first pioneers of music video, and mixed media combined with their groundbreaking music. What you're going to be hearing is dissonant, catchy, electronic, extremely odd yet intelligent, the famous Louisiana voice of the main Resident, wickedly conceptual deconstructed pop and adventurous experimentation. There is nothing like The Residents, there is a sound that cannot be copied here. The closest you can get is the absurdity of FRANK ZAPPA, a far more unconventional DEVO, and the writing style of CAPTAIN BEEFHEART, the first and third mentioned The Residents' are huge fans of. The Residents create their music in isolation and have said to not have listened to other people's music in years, just to retain their style. The...
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THE RESIDENTS top albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.95 | 132 ratings
Meet The Residents
1974
4.14 | 126 ratings
The Third Reich 'N' Roll
1976
3.73 | 64 ratings
Fingerprince
1977
4.02 | 132 ratings
Not Available
1978
4.30 | 142 ratings
Duck Stab / Buster & Glen
1978
3.91 | 111 ratings
Eskimo
1979
3.66 | 95 ratings
Commercial Album
1980
3.06 | 66 ratings
Mark Of The Mole
1981
3.25 | 46 ratings
The Tunes of Two Cities
1982
3.04 | 16 ratings
Title In Limbo (With Renaldo And The Loaf)
1983
2.67 | 25 ratings
George And James
1984
2.91 | 25 ratings
Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats?
1984
2.45 | 19 ratings
The Census Taker (Original Soundtrack)
1985
1.77 | 32 ratings
The Big Bubble
1985
4.27 | 38 ratings
Stars & Hank
1986
3.58 | 46 ratings
God In Three Persons
1988
2.72 | 19 ratings
God In Three Persons Soundtrack
1988
3.33 | 31 ratings
The King & Eye
1989
2.94 | 35 ratings
Freak Show
1990
2.60 | 28 ratings
Gingerbread Man
1994
3.00 | 17 ratings
Hunters
1995
2.53 | 23 ratings
Have A Bad Day
1996
3.71 | 37 ratings
Wormwood: Curious Stories From the Bible
1998
2.71 | 16 ratings
Roadworms: The Berlin Sessions
2000
3.50 | 14 ratings
Icky Flix: Original Soundtrack Recording
2001
4.21 | 35 ratings
Demons Dance Alone
2002
4.00 | 23 ratings
WB:RMX
2004
1.81 | 14 ratings
The King & Eye: RMX
2004
3.89 | 18 ratings
The 12 Days of Brumalia
2004
3.81 | 38 ratings
Animal Lover
2005
2.67 | 25 ratings
Tweedles!
2006
2.45 | 20 ratings
The River of Crime: Episodes 1-5
2006
3.95 | 21 ratings
The Voice of Midnight
2007
3.75 | 33 ratings
The Bunny Boy
2008
3.40 | 21 ratings
The Ughs
2009
3.32 | 16 ratings
Lonely Teenager
2011
3.80 | 10 ratings
The Rivers Of Hades
2011
4.00 | 25 ratings
Coochie Brake
2012
3.88 | 14 ratings
The Ghost Of Hope
2017
3.00 | 7 ratings
Intruders
2018
4.00 | 5 ratings
B. S.
2019
3.89 | 9 ratings
Metal, Meat & Bone (The Songs of Dyin' Dog)
2020
3.00 | 1 ratings
Triple Trouble: The Original Soundtrack Album
2022

THE RESIDENTS Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 4 ratings
Mole Show
1983
4.60 | 5 ratings
Live In The USA: The 13th Anniversary Tour
1986
2.95 | 13 ratings
The 13th Anniversary Show, Live in Tokyo
1986
2.25 | 8 ratings
The 13th Anniversary Show: Live in Holland
1987
3.32 | 10 ratings
The Snakey Wake
1988
4.70 | 11 ratings
The Mole Show: Live in Holland
1989
2.50 | 9 ratings
Cube E: Live In Holland
1990
4.17 | 6 ratings
Live at the Fillmore
1998
3.28 | 9 ratings
Wormwood Live 1999
1999
4.33 | 3 ratings
The Way We Were
2005
4.25 | 4 ratings
The Mole Show (Bag Set)
2009
3.75 | 4 ratings
13th Anniversary Show - Ritz NY - Jan 16, 1986
2010
4.00 | 3 ratings
Brava
2010
4.00 | 4 ratings
Talking Light Bimbo's
2011
4.25 | 4 ratings
Triple Dub-Ya: The Way We Were Melbourne
2012
3.80 | 5 ratings
Demonic! The Residents Live in Oslo!
2013
3.40 | 5 ratings
The 13th Anniversary Show - Cleveland (Featuring Snakefinger)
2014
4.00 | 7 ratings
The Wonder of Weird
2014
3.83 | 6 ratings
Shadowland
2015
4.50 | 2 ratings
In Between Dreams Live
2019
4.50 | 2 ratings
God in 3 Persons (with John Sanborn)
2020
4.00 | 2 ratings
Bunny Boy Live in Frankfurt
2021

THE RESIDENTS Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

4.00 | 2 ratings
Moleshow/Whatever Happened To Vileness Fats
1984
4.00 | 4 ratings
Video Voodoo Volume I
1987
4.61 | 14 ratings
Icky Flix
2001
4.04 | 9 ratings
Eskimo
2002
4.53 | 12 ratings
Demons Dance Alone
2003
2.79 | 10 ratings
The Commercial Album
2004
4.25 | 8 ratings
The Residents Play Wormwood: Curious Stories From The Bible
2005
3.33 | 3 ratings
Is Anybody Out There?
2009
3.33 | 3 ratings
Icky Flix Live
2009
5.00 | 2 ratings
The Residents' Talking Light presents Randy's Ghost Stories
2010

THE RESIDENTS Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

3.41 | 8 ratings
Residue
1983
5.00 | 2 ratings
Assorted Secrets
1984
4.33 | 3 ratings
Heaven?
1986
3.75 | 4 ratings
Hell!
1986
3.19 | 10 ratings
Our Finest Flowers
1992
4.48 | 7 ratings
Our Tired, Our Poor, Our Huddled Masses
1997
3.36 | 9 ratings
Residue Deux
1998
4.00 | 3 ratings
Land of Mystery
1999
4.33 | 3 ratings
Refused
1999
2.38 | 5 ratings
Dot.com
2000
3.65 | 9 ratings
Petting Zoo
2002
4.00 | 5 ratings
Kettles of Fish on the Outskirts of Town
2003
3.33 | 3 ratings
CUBE E, The History of Amerian Music in 3-EZ Pieces
2006
2.27 | 3 ratings
Ten Little Piggies: Tunes From Future Projects
2009
5.00 | 2 ratings
Heaven / Hell!
2013
5.00 | 1 ratings
DOT.COM
2017
5.00 | 1 ratings
Eskimo Deconstructed
2019
4.00 | 2 ratings
Eyeful
2020
4.00 | 4 ratings
Leftovers Again?!
2021

THE RESIDENTS Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

3.56 | 15 ratings
Santa Dog 1972
1972
4.60 | 5 ratings
Meet The Residents Sampler
1974
4.56 | 7 ratings
Satisfaction
1976
4.03 | 15 ratings
The Beatles Play the Residents and the Residents Play the Beatles
1977
3.11 | 9 ratings
The Residents Radio Special / Eat Exuding Oinks
1977
3.61 | 18 ratings
Duck Stab
1978
3.60 | 5 ratings
Santa Dog '78
1978
2.40 | 14 ratings
Babyfingers
1979
3.04 | 15 ratings
Diskomo
1980
4.00 | 8 ratings
The Commercial Single
1980
3.00 | 2 ratings
Shut Up, Shut Up
1980
3.36 | 15 ratings
Intermission
1982
3.00 | 3 ratings
The White Single
1984
3.00 | 2 ratings
It's A Man's Man's Man's World
1984
3.00 | 5 ratings
Kaw-Liga (Dancemix)
1986
4.00 | 3 ratings
Earth Vs. The Flying Saucers
1986
4.00 | 3 ratings
This Is A Mans Mans Mans World
1986
3.17 | 6 ratings
Kaw-Liga
1986
3.00 | 7 ratings
Hit The Road Jack
1987
3.13 | 5 ratings
For Elsie
1987
1.50 | 7 ratings
Double Shot
1988
2.46 | 9 ratings
Holy Kiss of Flesh
1988
3.38 | 8 ratings
Santa Dog '88
1988
3.17 | 5 ratings
Buckaroo Blues
1989
3.00 | 3 ratings
Kaw-Liga (Housey Mix)
1989
3.08 | 7 ratings
Don't Be Cruel
1990
4.00 | 4 ratings
Liver Music
1990
4.00 | 5 ratings
Stranger Than Supper
1990
3.88 | 7 ratings
Daydream B-Liver
1991
3.00 | 7 ratings
Santa Dog '92
1992
2.13 | 4 ratings
The Blowoff
1992
4.00 | 3 ratings
Prelude to "The Teds"
1993
2.44 | 7 ratings
Poor Kaw Liga´s Pain
1994
3.00 | 5 ratings
Louisiana's Lick
1995
3.44 | 9 ratings
Pollex Christi
1997
2.75 | 4 ratings
I Hate Heaven
1998
1.33 | 8 ratings
In Between Screams: Intermission Music from The Residents Wormwood
1999
3.04 | 8 ratings
Diskomo 2000
2000
3.04 | 9 ratings
High Horses
2001
3.67 | 3 ratings
The Golden Goat
2003
3.00 | 7 ratings
I Murdered Mommy!
2004
4.00 | 4 ratings
Viva Las Vegas RMX
2004
4.00 | 4 ratings
Best Left Unspoken, vol.2
2006
4.00 | 3 ratings
Best Left Unspoken, Vol. 1
2006
4.33 | 3 ratings
Best Left Unspoken, vol. 3
2007
3.00 | 2 ratings
Night Of The Hunters
2007
4.00 | 5 ratings
Animal Lover Instrumental
2008
4.00 | 6 ratings
Smell My Picture
2008
3.86 | 5 ratings
Postcards from Patmos
2008
2.75 | 4 ratings
Arkansas
2009
3.00 | 2 ratings
1997: The Missing Year - The Fillmore Dress Rehearsal (Act One)
2009
3.00 | 3 ratings
1997: The Missing Year - Adobe Disfigured Night
2009
4.04 | 6 ratings
Tabasco: Tweedles Instrumental
2010
2.40 | 6 ratings
Dollar General
2010
3.09 | 8 ratings
Chuck's Ghost Music
2011
4.08 | 5 ratings
Dolor Generar- Una Noche Lost en Van Horn Texas
2011
5.00 | 2 ratings
CUBE E Dynasone 3EZ
2011
3.75 | 4 ratings
Ozark
2011
3.67 | 3 ratings
The Rivers Of Hades
2011
4.00 | 2 ratings
Night Train To Nowhere!
2012
3.33 | 3 ratings
Wolverines (Fix)
2013
3.00 | 2 ratings
Halloween
2013
4.00 | 3 ratings
There's Blood (On The Bunny)
2013
3.67 | 3 ratings
My Window
2013
3.33 | 3 ratings
Magic Finger
2013
3.50 | 4 ratings
The Bunny Boy
2013
3.25 | 4 ratings
The Weatherman
2013
3.83 | 6 ratings
Mush-Room: Music from the Need Company Performance
2013
3.00 | 3 ratings
My Brother Paul
2014
3.00 | 3 ratings
Manz Whirled
2014
3.67 | 3 ratings
Boneless Boy (Jelly Jack)
2014
4.00 | 2 ratings
Lizard Lady (Live)
2015
4.00 | 3 ratings
Rushing Like A Banshee
2016
4.00 | 2 ratings
Santa Dog 17
2017
4.33 | 3 ratings
The Intruder
2018
3.50 | 2 ratings
Dreaming of an Eyeball Beaming
2019
4.00 | 2 ratings
Music to Eat Bricks By
2019
5.00 | 1 ratings
The Healer and The Archer
2020
4.00 | 1 ratings
Picnic/Loser + God's Magic Finger (Live in Japan)
2021

THE RESIDENTS Reviews


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 The Tunes of Two Cities by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Studio Album, 1982
3.25 | 46 ratings

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The Tunes of Two Cities
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

3 stars Review #165!

This is part two of The Residents's Mole Trilogy. You may be expecting some insane rock opera-type series. If you're familiar with The Residents, you may be expecting an expansive synth-led orchestrations. But both of these assumptions are incorrect. What you get here is not a continuation of the plot of the first Mole album, but a tangent album that shows the musical tastes of the Chubs and Moles. The Chubs love jazz, and the Moles love industrial and experimental. Now, another assumption you may have is that this is a very diverse and cool Residents album. But again, that is wrong. The music tends to get very monotonous, since the eyeballs use the same 5 or so synths. But some stand out tracks keep me from giving this album a two-star review. "Mousetrap", "Serenade for Missy", and "Smack Your Lips" are all great ones. So not necessary for any reason, but worth a few listens at least.

 The King & Eye by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Studio Album, 1989
3.33 | 31 ratings

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The King & Eye
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

4 stars Review #164!

What The Residents are doing here is redefining the word 'cover'. An Elvis cover album chock-full of mysterious, dark renditions of his hits, with very Residenty interludes splotched throughout the album ('The Baby King', 1-5). Although some songs feel a bit drowned out and dull, the majority of them are delightfully dark, and full of some of the best 80's Residents synth themes. Some of these songs are: 'Teddy Bear', 'Love Me Tender', and 'Heartbreak Hotel'. Overall, this album is a great album in The Reidents's career, and a good conclusion to mark the end of an era for the band (the following one being the multimedia era). Prog on!

 Commercial Album by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Studio Album, 1980
3.66 | 95 ratings

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Commercial Album
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

4 stars Review #163!

The Residents were known for going all-out on concepts that ended up never completed (i.e. The Mole Trilogy, The American Composers Series), and some that weren't all that great. But one that was great, ambitious, and certainly complete was 'The Commercial Album'. Made to upset critics and record labels who complained about their long tracks, this album has 40 songs, each one minute long, meant to imitate the top 40 billboard charts. The result is a bombardment of catchy, yet often dark tracks that showcase The Residents talent of songwriting in a way that not many of their albums do. Some standout tracks include 'Loneliness', 'Nice Old Man', and 'Amber'. But, it's not just tracks like these that are great. The whole album is! Check it out if you can. Prog on!

 Intermission by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1982
3.36 | 15 ratings

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Intermission
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

4 stars Review #159!

I'd kill for a full album of this. This feels like some of the most high-octane music to come out of The Residents, period! The lyrics are deep and complex; the rhythms are multilayered and entertaining. What's not to like? This is a big statement of mine, but I think this is the best thing The Residents did in all of the eighties. The mini-suite 'Shorty's Lament', really stand out. I might even deem it a hands-down Residents masterpiece. Superbly eclectic, absurdly groovy, and delightfully dark. There's only five songs and about twenty five minutes of material, but it's all amazing.

 Freak Show by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Studio Album, 1990
2.94 | 35 ratings

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Freak Show
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

4 stars Review #156!

'Freak Show' is one of The Residents' most haunting albums. Here, synths are utilized to the fullest, making for an intentionally claustrophobic and eerie record. The concept here is quite prominent: a touring Freak Show explores the minds and bodies of all its freaks. This concept is an allegory for The Residents' actual tours: their vantage point of the audience and the atmosphere of their shows. And by God, that concept is HEAVY in terms of representation through the instrumentation on this album. But it's not just the concept that is great. The songs are great too! Songs like 'Everyone Comes To The Freak Show', 'Harry The Head', and 'Lillie'. Since I foresee myself spending way too much time talking about all the individual songs, I'll focus on my personal favorite: 'Lillie'. It calls back to their earlier records, like 'Duck Stab' and 'Not Available', especially the latter. Highly emotional, rapidly changing in mood and melody, and of course, very synth-driven. And if that sounds good to you, check this album out! It's worth every cent! (There might be a few pennies wasted, depending on if you get the 2006 re-release or not.) Prog on!

 Santa Dog 1972 by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1972
3.56 | 15 ratings

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Santa Dog 1972
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

4 stars Review #147!

Happy holidays to all! In the struggle to find a proggy Christmass album to review, I remembered this little gem. Of course, it's got near nothing to do with Christmas, but this is still a great little EP, and a solid debut for The Residents. It's much more acoustic (as opposed to all synthesized) and extremely lofi. This little work is pretty controversial, due to the undoubtedly blasphemous and strongly-worded lyrics and obscene music. To restate, this has nothing to do with Christmas, but The Residents kept up the facade by basing some of the melodies on this EP on old classic Christmas tunes, like Jingle Bells. There was even some sampling done here, I believe. This EP, to the majority of Residents fans I know, comes off as an underwhelming effort: not as lyrically deep, absurd, or artsy as other Residents' output. But I think it poses as a truly amazing view of The Residents' humble beginning as art-rock artists, and should be cherished for even existing after 51-or- so years! If you can lay a hand on it, give it a spin! Prog on, and happy holidays!

 Eskimo by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Studio Album, 1979
3.91 | 111 ratings

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Eskimo
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

5 stars Review #145!

The Residents' most anti-music album. The best (as well as most absurd, and frankly, most Resident-y) way to put it is that this album is the same way that the crinkling of a dry sponge is music: it just isn't. But I love it all the same. This little recording is like a sound fx compilation gone rogue. A series of chanting, occasional tribal percussion, constant heavy wind, and an even heavier concept. Picture this. A band did some research on the Eskimos, and did an album that represents them in an unbiased, culturally sensitive, and inoffensive way by making it just sound effects. Now imagine that sounding good. That's this here album, my friend. And this is not just good; it's amazing. And there are a few special and distinct reasons as to why I find it so. One: It's ambience with a tribal feel, and I'm a sucker for stuff like that. Two: It's The Residents. I've loved them for as long as I've known them. Three: It feels real. This album. The concept, the music, the detailed nuance. It all feels not only like real tribal chanting, and a factual concept, and all the more wonderful things this record contains, but it feels like The Residentsreally did their research. They read the folktales, they learned their way of life, they studied their rituals, and most importantly, they learned who they are, as well as their history. This album proves very thoughtful, loving, and honest. And what have the Residents ever been but that? (Ha!) Prog on!

 Babyfingers by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1979
2.40 | 14 ratings

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Babyfingers
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

2 stars Review #143!

Let me just start by stating that I have absolutely nothing against this EP. It's not that it's necessarily bad for me to give it this rating; it's more because in the grand discography of The Residents, this is extremely underwhelming stuff.The album that these tracks were meant to be on is what I'd deem a masterpiece of The Residents. And to put it nicely, I'll just say that if some of these tracks were on the final cut, I wouldn't love that album as much. I do respect that this was on a separate EP, though, and not just lost to history, because tracks like 'Flight of the Bumbleroach' and 'Walter Westinghouse' are good enough worth the listen. But, yes only if you REALLY want to hear this, steer clear of 'Babyfingers'. Prog on!

 Satisfaction by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Singles/EPs/Fan Club/Promo, 1976
4.56 | 7 ratings

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Satisfaction
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

5 stars Review #134!

I bought this on EBay to see what was up. Holy crapadoodledoo, this one's a zinger! If this was on 'The Third Reich and Roll', I would've loved it even more! I hate to demean The Rolling Stones, but this is a hell of a lot better than the original. And the backside! Mwahh! 'Loser=Weed' is a damn good early showcase of The Residents' early industrial sounds. Great '45, and worth every penny of the thirteen dollars I got it for. Crazy, ridiculous, ear-wrenching, hideous, innovative music that I crave from the Residents. When do they get a medal? Prog on!

 Not Available by RESIDENTS, THE album cover Studio Album, 1978
4.02 | 132 ratings

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Not Available
The Residents RIO/Avant-Prog

Review by Boi_da_boi_124

5 stars Review #131!

'Not Available' is a very somber album. Every track follows the same story. Although the storyline is quite vague and open to interpretation, it is powerful nontheless. 'Edweena' begins the story of (at least the answer I got by breaking down the lyrics) a widow who has depression, debating if she should search for new love. The music really hits no high notes. It's just one long, droning piece with vocals buried and uncovered as you go on. There is a reference to Frank Zappa's song 'Uncle Remus'. Uncle Remus is an actual character in this concept album, acting more like a narrator. 'The Making of A Soul' starts off fun, but it really isn't. The lyrics are highly philosophical and dark. The music here is sad. Very sad. This song continues the Edweena story, going deeper into her mental health. This song introduces the character Porcupine, which represents her mental health issues. The vocals here are so hurt that it sounds like they are crying. Maybe they are. The music is so haywire that I can't tell for sure. This song is more painful to listen to than 'Edweena'. 'Ship's A'Going Down' seems like a mental argument of different ideas in Edweena's brain. The title of the song represents Edweena's fight with her mind. This song introduces Catbird, manifestation of the hope for survival and well-being in Edweena's mind. There is also a character called the Enigmatic Foe, who disagrees with everything the Catbird says, telling Edweena that life is meaningless. This track features a reprise of 'Edweena'. 'Never Known Questions' shows Edweena trying to find a new purpose in life after the death of her husband. She needs someone else to show her, but she doesn't know that someone. The music feels very jittery and erratic. High-pitched vocals sing for almost the whole song. Discordant horns play for the majority as well. Heart-aching to hear. 'Epilogue' shows a now happy and loved Edweena, but she forgets about how bad her mental health was just recently, and so she might repeat it again. Although 'Not Available' is an album thick a concept and power, it is a bit lacking in the music department, with the only enjoyable (not like The Residents care if their music is enjoyable or not) song being 'Edweena', with its warped, discordant keyboard beat that is echoed throughout the album. But still a great record, and something that still stands tall in The Residents' discography.

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