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Duck Stab/Buster & Glen

The Residents

1978

Duck Stab/Buster & Glen
Album Summary

Duck Stab!/Buster & Glen, later renamed as just Duck Stab, is the fifth studio album by American art rock group The Residents, released in November 1978. It is named after the first side of the album, Duck Stab!, a seven-song EP released earlier in 1978 featuring shorter songs similar to the first side of Fingerprince. Buster and Glen, the B-side of the album, was intended to follow Duck Stab! presumably in early 1979. After the first pressing of Duck Stab! quickly sold out—which was an oddity for the band—they decided to re-release it as an album, merged with the unreleased Buster and Glen. This was also in part due to the audio quality of the original EP, which The Residents stated was poor. The shorter length of the songs made the album more accessible for fans who had recently heard "Satisfaction", and songs like "Constantinople" and "Hello Skinny" helped cement the band's cult following. Some noted that the Residents were approaching commercial elements with this EP, but they were purposefully avoiding others, such as a traditional chorus/verse structure. This album features guitar by Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman. The album was also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.

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Wed Apr 19 2023
1

The only reason this is here is because it’s from before streaming, when if you bought a shit album you had to convince yourself you liked it.

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Sat Apr 22 2023
5

This is exactly the kind of electronic, avant-garde, wacked out shit I signed up for.

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Sat May 27 2023
5

It's brilliant. I can't imagine Ween, Primus or any number of wonky abstract acts existing without this existing first. And they beat Daft Punk to the masks. And they ruined Happy Birthday. It is a thing of great wonder and I love it.

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Thu May 04 2023
5

The correct way to do that avant-garde type shit.

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Thu May 04 2023
5

Sometimes I think I'm okay; I am a normal, well-adjusted human being. But then I remember how much I genuinely enjoy The Residents.

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Wed Apr 19 2023
1

This must be a joke. I’ve been reviewing these albums for over two years and this has to be the worst one yet.

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Thu Apr 27 2023
3

NIGHTMARE NIGHTMARE NIGHTMARE If you've arrived at this album with the intent to take the Residents seriously then you've already failed. Their Dadaist approach to music has allowed them to experiment and venture into areas that no other musical artists would dare approach. A complete disregard for melody and structure gives them free reign to explore dissonance, new forms of instrumentation, and (most importantly) humor. The Residents revel in being inaccessible and strange. That being said, it's not a very pleasant listening experience, is it? It certainly excels in being an abstract horror for the ears, but it's rarely something that I would listen to for my own enjoyment. Perhaps that is the end goal of the Residents, given their reputation. It's an album worth trying at least once. NIGHTMARE NIGHTMARE NIGHTMARE

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Fri May 26 2023
1

1 Oh my God it’s the eyeball dudes. I’ve heard of these guys, but I’ve never listened to anything they’ve put out, mostly due to the general discomfort they give me. And I gotta say, going in with just that knowledge, somehow all of my expectations were met. Yep, it’s just a bunch of weird noises and voices for 35 minutes. There’s a certain 60’s Saturday morning cartoon vibe buried in all of the chaos that I think I had mild appreciation for, but that’s probably the most positive thing I can say about this album - when I realized the first track Constantinople is the band’s most popular on Spotify, I knew I had a very, very long listen ahead. Ironically, compared to many of the other albums I’ve rated poorly thus far, there’s actually quite a bit that’s remarkable and stood out to me across my listening, but I feel like trying to express any of it into any kinds of words here would be a massive waste of time for everyone involved. I’m convinced that no one actually listens to this kind of stuff out of pure personal enjoyment, and it instead becomes known and popularized from the kinds of reactions you get from people when you put it on. If you’re into really bizarre or trippy stuff for whatever reason, I guess give this a listen. If you’re looking to enjoy some new music, I suggest listening to quite possibly anything else. This shit made me want to listen to The Beatles. In summary, art rock is dumb - there’s nothing profound about making your music unlistenable. At least this one wasn’t as aggressive as that Suicide album.

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Tue May 23 2023
5

10/10 The Residents are so fucking cool and crazy this is beyond just music, it’s transcendental art

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Sun Jun 18 2023
2

Well this was a wild ride, but not particularly fun. This arty type genre of music certainly pushes the boundaries of what we consider to be music with only a vague resemblance to traditional melody, rhythm and vocals. Similar to say Trout Mask Replica, it takes considerable effort to get through, but the extremely poor and muddled audio quality ultimately makes it a frustrating exercise.

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Sun May 14 2023
1

I don't want this in my life

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Wed May 24 2023
4

I'm not sure "enjoyed" is the right word, but I appreciated hearing this. It sounds like people allowing themselves to be the strangest version of themselves, and I find that inspiring. Interesting reading about their long and storied history, avanti garden approach and anonymity. I am amazed that they are still active as a band in 2023.

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Mon Jun 12 2023
4

Okay, this is epic. Time for a break from all the humdrum rock albums, here's something freaky deaky. Album so weird that I had to play it on my headphones so as not to scare everyone in the house, including the dogs. Love how creepy the vocals are sometimes, really processed to hell and back. The fact that this is from the '70s makes it that much more impressive. Could you imagine walking into your son's room in 1978 and hearing him listen to this? I'd probably call the police. Never heard of these guys before, but color me intrigued. "Constantinople" is absolutely insane, and I loved the really weird birthday song on here. I would rather hear a dozen more albums like this from the forgotten freaks living in tunnels beneath our world than hear another Elvis Costello snoozer. Spooky fun! Favorite tracks: Constantinople, Blue Rosebuds, Birthday Boy, Hello Skinny. Album art: Love love love the color scheme, I'll repeat it as many times as we get one: red/white/black makes for some of my favorite covers out there. A psycho magician guy making the titular stab of the titular duck. Great show. 4/5

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Fri Jun 09 2023
3

The Residents are bit like communism in that I like them better in theory than I do in practice. And maybe it’s the years I’ve spent listening to weird, out-there music, but this record isn’t nearly as unlistenable as some of you make it out to be. In fact, I’m willing to bet if someone put Tom Waits’ phony-ass gravel voice over top of this music, most of you a) wouldn’t realize it wasn’t actually a Tom Waits record and b) would be falling all over yourselves to praise it.

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Thu Apr 20 2023
2

This was a trolling attempt right

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Sat Apr 29 2023
2

3/10. It's hard to make a song about Constantinople that I won't like, but these guys did it. There were some kind of cool songs on there, and the sing-songy vocals did work with the weirdness of the sound, but at the end of the day it was just unpleasant to listen to much of the time.

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Sun Jun 18 2023
2

The Residents sound like a band that you’d see playing in a bar in an early David Lynch movie. I couldn’t listen to this LP before I went to bed because I was sure it would give me nightmares. The fact that they can create such an eerie, uneasy vibe is worth an extra point or two. I added another point when I saw in Spotify that it was released in 1972, which would make it “proto” something or another. But that seems to be a typo. 1978 sounds about right.

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Thu Apr 20 2023
1

Godverdomme deze hakt er in. Alsof je op een verjaardag bent waar teveel kinderen zijn die allemaal van die Fisher Price rommel met batterijen erin hebben. Semi-willekeurige geluiden die vooral irritatie opwekken, maar dan ook nog dissonant als de ziekte. Wat kut. Ik kan vrijwel altijd wel iets positiefs vinden in een album maar in dit geval moet ik me gewonnen geven. Dieptepunt.

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Thu Apr 27 2023
1

The soundtrack to an art school version of the Smurfs, leaning heavily on Gargamel as the antihero. Mostly tedious crap, with occasional brief moments where it is mildly entertaining.

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Sat Apr 29 2023
1

Having to listen to this album borders on psychological torture. It’s only 35 minutes but is a continuous assault on the senses. 1/10

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Sat May 06 2023
1

Just when I thought this experiment has shown me the lowest lows, this crap comes around the corner and proves me wrong

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Fri May 26 2023
1

Jesus, I can't believe I made through the entire album. This just may be worse than that dude who named all his albums after himself. I kept thinking this is what an album by the Munchkins from Wizard of Oz would sound like. I laughed a couple times, then realized I had another 30 minutes of this stuff. Then I cried a little and finished the album. For me, this may have taken over the #1 spot of the worse things I have ever heard musically. Will not revisit. Will never listen again. This is where I wish you can rate as a negative number. Will, loving your reviews! Keep it up. Ha.

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Thu Jun 08 2023
5

I think I like The Residents but I'm not sure I'm cool enough to like The Residents.

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Mon Aug 07 2023
5

I listened to a residents album before. Ya know, the one with all the members of the beatles with strange looking eyes? Well it was that one. And I didn't remember the listen being a great experience. In fact I remembered it being quite an abrasive one. And I feel like for many members of this site, it will be the same case for this album. But man... what an absolute horror fest siesta this has been. I've been completely sucked into this horrifically grating, disjointed children's novel that the residents have chalked up for us. Albeit. The baby voice they frequent on many tracks is a little too much to bare. But these songs feel like something only a psychotic madman could conjure up. And it's not something that can be so easily recreated. This album is a horrifically terrifying, and occasionally hilarious stab at the music industry standard and I imagine I will be frequently revisiting it... on my own... with headphones... because I can't let people know I listen to this

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Wed Aug 23 2023
5

Bless the Residents. And Snakefinger, who is annoying for years already everyone in hell/heaven with his guitar riffs from outer space. Residents provided me the Matrix pill, I took the right pill and allowed them to f*uck up my mind forgood, they introduced me to whole new range of music. Like Eskimo music. While babysitting the baby started crying as if he was dying at the spot. I rushed to him and found him sound asleep. Sure, had the album Eskimo on, and there an Inuit child was being born. Or their "Commercial album", 40 (CD 50) catchy songs of 1 minute long. Most 3 minutes songs are just the same, repeated three times. What's the use of the 2nd and 3rd minute? Get on with it. Or their take on the bible, Wormwood. Or their brilliant cover versions of US artists like Elvis, Hank Williams, John Philip Sousa, Jame Brown. True American heroes.

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Tue Sep 19 2023
5

This shit is wild. I'll stab a duck right now if Gene and Dean Ween didn't go ape over this at some point in their lives. I'm not sure how to rate this. I liked this a lot but it's not a "put it on anytime" album. You need to be in a really specific mood for this. Oh dear, that overall community score is just too low. I guess it has to be a 5 now. I'm doing my part.

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Mon Sep 25 2023
5

It’s like Primus’s even weirder uncle.

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Tue Apr 18 2023
4

Well, that was certainly an experience. I've never heard of The Residents before, but I don't think I'll be forgetting about this album for a long time. This album really wasn't my taste, but I did enjoy "The Booker Tease" and "Hello Skinny," and "Laughing Song" really made me think of Les Claypool's vocals on "My Name is Mud." Overall though, I didn't care too much for the odd song structure or lyrics. The instrumentation was good though, I can definitely see why this is an important album in the scope of popular music. I would be willing to bet that Ween and Primus were heavily influenced by The Residents, and I'd be that other bands like Devo and Talking Heads were influenced by them to a degree as well. Even though this album wasn't my jam, I think it's worthy of four stars. It sets out to be avant garde, and it hits the mark square on.

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Fri Jun 09 2023
4

What if Looney Tunes characters had a collective bad acid trip? This would be the result - at first I was a bit bewildered by it but after a couple of listens I think this is a rather strange unique treasure - it’s bizarre but well done and executed - weird but never boring. I liked it.

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Mon Jun 19 2023
4

This isn't my favorite Residents album. The songs are so outside the realm of typical music. They aren't especially listenable, and yet, they have a way of worming themselves in for me. They're actually more concise, focused, structured and approachable than much of The Residents' earlier catalog, as if they wanted to create a sort of avant-garde pop album. It also seems like we wouldn't have gotten bands like Ween or Primus without early Residents albums like this one (or at least those bands may have developed differently). Difficult to rate this one, but I think it's worth consideration and even multiple listens, 4 stars.

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Thu Jun 29 2023
4

Not my favourite residents record but I like their Avantgarde rock anyways. Strange but wonderful

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Sun Jul 09 2023
4

when it comes to any sort of art there are two type of weird: good weird and bad weird. this album was a fat chunk of good weird with some bad thrown in for good measure. i bet les claypool likes this album

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Wed Aug 02 2023
4

Coolt album.trodde av nån orsak att det skulle påminna om The Replacements

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Wed Aug 02 2023
4

Fun to see something this demented appear on this list. #residentssweep

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Mon Aug 14 2023
4

Algjört ævintýri. Þú veist aldrei hvað gerist næst. Viðbrögð mín vou allt á bilinu hláturskast að geispa.

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Wed Aug 16 2023
4

Needed some weird shit after a string of formulaic albums.

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Mon Sep 04 2023
4

a fantastic album to lose one’s mind to. Demented . One sees how Primus (certainly), Ween, and the Butthole Surfers would not have existed without The Residents. Creepy storytelling, strange moods, twisted humor. The synths are lightly detuned, lending an eerie air to the proceedings. Vocals are sped up or slowed down to enhance the unreal affect. 3 minute songs make this thing go down easier than it otherwise might. Muffled drums in the background, mixed in such a way that one questions whether they are drums at all. I guess this could go for many instruments on this album. Guitars are barely guitars, basses barely basses. I’m sure this helped usher out the peace and love drug era and help enhance the vast, weird, disturbing promise that lurked in LSD all along.

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Mon Sep 11 2023
4

I remember being a teenager watching MTV in the middle of the night and seeing The Residents for the first time. They had played "The Act of Being Polite" and I genuinely felt deeply unsettled and mildly terrified. But I have always been morbidly curious about The Residents ever since. They're more Dadaist art project than rock band, touching the edge of commercial success while still making sure to make you firmly uncomfortable. Like all good art should, it definitely evokes a reaction. You'll either love it or hate it, or possibly both at once.

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Sat Sep 23 2023
4

Wild wild ride. I can hear the influences of early They Might Be Giants, early Ween, and so many more of my favorite college radio faves. This album is weird and offputting and at times legitimately unsettling. VERY COOL

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Fri Apr 21 2023
3

I've enjoyed a fair bit of Residents in my day, though on this listening I found myself mostly not in the mood for the aggressive wierdness. I admire the obdurate artistic rejection of accessibility but I'm not sure they were all that great of musicians.

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Mon Apr 24 2023
3

En un principio tenía pensado darle 1, pues es obvio desde la primer canción que el álbum no es algo muy disfrutable que digamos, sin embargo, para mi propia sorpresa, después de escucharlo muchas veces, debo admitir que es más escuchable de lo que imagine que sería posible. A pesar de lo extraño y disonante que es a comparación de, básicamente, cualquier álbum, al ser así en su totalidad, hace que tenga personalidad y, al menos para mi, después de darle varias oportunidades, termina siendo un álbum muy solido. A lo que me refiero con esto es que si el álbum fuera algo normal y escuchable, pero tuviera 2 o 3 canciones como las que tiene este, estaríamos hablando de otra cosa. Finalmente, a pesar de ver perfectamente situaciones en las que quisiera escuchar este álbum en especifico, tampoco voy a fingir que es la gran cosa. El álbum es bueno siendo raro, y prefiero eso mil veces a que sea aburrido.

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Thu Apr 27 2023
3

“You don’t get it the music is supposed to sound like shit” I’d much rather listen to a purposefully outrageous album like this than an album that tried to be cool but just sucks, like the ones from Ute Lemper or MJ Cole. An album that is challenging/difficult/weird on purpose is often better than one that was supposed to be good but is bad anyways.

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Thu May 11 2023
3

It’s on the list of lowest rated albums in this project. I think it is better than that, but only slightly. I can tolerate this much more than some of the other crap that this list contains. I’d say i like it better than at least 300 other albums i’ve heard. I still don’t think it deserves to take a spot on this list. There are thousands of albums that are better than this one….. it is unique though. And if their goal is to expose us to music that we would have never sought out…then they succeeded. Standouts: Haha, that’s funny. There are no standouts….. 3/5

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Sun May 21 2023
3

Vraiment weird, je suis encore en train de me demander si j'ai aimé ça. J'ai aucune misère à croire que ça a du avoir un impact significatif sur des groupes plus expérimental et avant-gardistes (ça a eu une influence sur Primus assuré). Mériterait une seconde écoute. 7/10

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Sat Jun 03 2023
3

The goal of music is to evoke emotion, and the strongest emotion of them all… is fear. Scary sounding album and not one that I’d put on if I wanted to jam out to some good music but I’d put it on just cause I wanted to listen to it cause it has such a strong vibe, real weird and kinda scary but oozing with personality. My homie Roman’s kinda music

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Sun Jun 04 2023
3

Yeah okay. I guess I can't claim Primus and Ween among my favorites if I can't listen to this. It's not terrible, don't get scared away by other reviews.

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Wed Jun 07 2023
3

I get it, but I’m never going to listen again

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Sat Jun 10 2023
3

Estilo un poco raro de definir, con sucesión de guitarras, en ocasiones alaridos, ritmos con diferentes instrumentos. Aun así, no se escuchan mal algunas piezas

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Mon Jun 12 2023
3

This is an incredibly creepy album and felt like I was listening to something down in a dungeon. Don't think I'll ever listen to this again but it was a fun trip into the twilight zone.

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Mon Jul 03 2023
3

It's different to everything else and challenging which gives it an extra point, but not exactly a great listen.

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Thu Jul 06 2023
3

I didn't hate this, I also don't know if I'll go back to it again.

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Fri Jul 14 2023
3

3.4 - Different. I like the primitive synthesizer sonics. The vocals sound like something out of a Jim Henson fever dream, mostly silly-sounding. Standouts: “Bach is Dead”, “Lizard Lady.”

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Fri Jul 21 2023
3

More then once I said this is fuckin strange. Still not sure if this is brilliant and ahead of its time or just meaningles garbage. I'll give it this, in 1978 I'm sure the punk rockers and Zeppelin heads would equally hate this noise. I do have a soft spot in my heart for strange music like Ween, They Might be Giants, Zappa, and of course Phish so I can see the appeal

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Sun Jul 30 2023
3

The legendary Residents. Another band I have heard about forever but have never earnestly listened to. Obviously their influence is matched by few and it was great to give them a couple spins. This record is just as fun and as weird as I expected it would be.

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Wed Aug 23 2023
3

Really weird but in a good way. Felt like a horror movie

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Sat Sep 02 2023
3

Interesting album. At first I thought it was a joke. There is somewhat of somewhat of a comparison to Frank Zappa or Captain Beefheart. The music seems odd when you first hear it but as you become familiar with it, you start to appreciate the oddness and recognize the talent that is behind it. A song like Birthday Boy sounds like something you would hear on the Dr. Demento show back during that era. 3/5

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Thu Sep 07 2023
3

Doesn't feel like a music record, feels more like an 'art performance in audio', like an avant-garde art performance in audio format. Its hard to rate because of that, I feel like it should be listened with 'different ears'. An interesting listen nonetheless, I can understand why its here.

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Sat Sep 16 2023
3

The second half/dark side of this album feels less self-assured and all the better for it, any mediocrity dangerously melting away. Fine with an ellipsis entry point to the Residents; I certainly want to hear more, maybe even in the same galactic vocal range.

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Tue Apr 18 2023
2

One is glad that there are artists and musicians out in the world willing to try anything and everything, but this is no more than a curiosity, really. The most understandable thing about the record may be the fact that the band members chose to keep their identities secret. "Bach Is Dead" indeed.

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Fri Apr 21 2023
2

Are you tired of listening to Monster Mash over and over again on Halloween? Throw this one on and really freak out those trick or treaters.

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Thu Apr 27 2023
2

Cała płyta bekowych piosenek Waitsa, ale gorsza

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Thu Apr 27 2023
2

Some of their stuff was inventive but a lot was just not my style musically.

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Tue May 16 2023
2

Une véritable farce de la durée d'un album. Rappelez vous que Robert a laissé ces chanteurs d'anniversaire intégrer le générateur et a refusé l'entrée à Céline Dion.

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Wed May 24 2023
2

Watching in an art-gallery or performance context? Could be a 4. Just as a purely listening experience? No. Rounded up to 2 cause I can appreciate what they are doing but... definitely not pleasurable.

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Wed May 24 2023
2

I think I respect this on some level, but I certainly don't enjoy listening to it.

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Sat May 27 2023
2

Virtually unlistenable but I’m sure they have a plan for works domination.

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Sun Jun 18 2023
2

We were just coming out of the dark days of music. Disco sucked and many bands were trying different things. Some of these attempts to be different worked and others were like this album. Plus 1 for trying.

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Sun Jun 25 2023
2

Of course this album is horrible to listen to but I did laugh out loud when Birthday Boy came on

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Wed Jun 28 2023
2

Comedy vocals with a blues tinge. Experimental music. Reminds me of Beefheart. And Throbbing Gristle (but far more musical, albeit stripped back). Great arty gimmicky eyeball anonymous image.

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Thu Jun 29 2023
2

It's an album i guess. Definitely very weird and experimental and i do enjoy weird stuff, but this was mostly just trying to hard to be weird, to the point i don't see anyone listening to it a second time. Still an interesting listen I'll give it that.

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Sat Jul 08 2023
2

if u told me i had to listen to this before i die i would kill myself first to spite u

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Sun Jul 09 2023
2

WTF did I just listen to?! I'm giving it a 2 and not a 1 purely because it wasn't too long of an album so the torture was over quickly

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Thu Jul 20 2023
2

Good on the Residents for making exactly the kind of music they want. It’s definitely not for me, though.

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Thu Jul 27 2023
2

Weird stuff, love the eye ball tho

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Tue Aug 01 2023
2

The first two tracks made me think that these guys might have influenced They Might Be Giants, which turned out to be correct. That predisposes me to give them the benefit of the doubt, but boy, they used and abused that. This should probably be a 1, but the first track is kind of fun, I guess. Best track: Constantinople

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Thu Aug 03 2023
2

Always found these guys interesting but their music is a little too weird for me

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Sat Aug 05 2023
2

Interesting, but avante garde music is not really my thing.

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Fri Aug 11 2023
2

This is bad. It is really weird art rock.

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Fri Aug 25 2023
2

2/5. This is surely an album that stands out as weird and rebellious but hasn't aged well. I have heard weirder albums. It's definitely not terrible, just not as important as it may have been. It is still a little funny.

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Tue Sep 12 2023
2

I usually like to play devil’s advocate for the lower-rated Avant-garde albums like this one, since the average user here seems to dislike anything that’s remotely outside the realm of a Led Zep/Beatles LP. That being said, I can only advocate for these things if they’re good - this album tested my patience, and despite listening to some of the B-sides even there was not a single melodic shred I could grab on to. I love music that fights back and challenges the listener, but this is toeing the ‘noise’ line of noise rock a bit too hard

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Mon Sep 18 2023
2

There are a handful of good things about this album: 1) I managed to download the 30 minute version rather then the longer one with “bonus” tracks that the link directed me to; 2) an example of 70s avant-garde experimental music clearly belonged on this list; 3) it was at least a vaguely listenable example. Mostly; 4) I didn’t entirely hate all the tracks; 5) it’s better than that god awful Mariah Carey record I endured; 6)* hopefully 1 and 2 combined means we got away lightly with this sort of thing (although it seemed longer) Someone came in the kitchen when I was listening to this and asked what the hell I was listening to. They have a point. At least it's not Rumours, 1999 or Thriller (two of which I scored lower than this...). Not a fan really, but as I say, there’s worse things on this list. * I’m from Norfolk

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Fri Apr 21 2023
1

Imagine, if you can, you stumble upon the missing works of Lewis Carol. Unfortunately despite being very LC they are a bit shit. You bump into your mate Cassandra who’s 12 year old son Travis has refurbished a 1st Generation Apple Mac. You give the works to Travis and he puts them to music using his ancient computer. That’s what this sounds like.

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Fri Apr 28 2023
1

Wired it has to be a 1/5 but I did kinda enjoy how strange it got

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Sun May 07 2023
1

Mon dieu que c'est mauvais cette album là j'y comprend rien. 1.75

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