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    1. Kitilar

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      ’s Eskimo and ’s The Commercial Album are the first two Residents albums to feature their iconic eyeball masks on the cover, which might be why they’re among their most famous. While the band had operated for the last decade as a hermetic outfit who spoke through their art, the eyeball masks gave them a badass brand image as indelible as KISS’s.
    2. Guzragore

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      Rotten Tomatoes, home of the Tomatometer, is the most trusted measurement of quality for Movies & TV. The definitive site for Reviews, Trailers, Showtimes, and TicketsCategory: Musical & Performing Arts.
    3. Shanris

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      Dyin' Dog Mini-Doc. The Residents are pleased to announce the release of the Dyin' Dog Demos, a boxset of long lost 45 rpm demos recorded by forgotten bluesman Alvin Snow in the mid s. This mini documentary tells the story of Snow and his music, the inspiration for The Residents' upcoming album Metal, Meat & Bone.
    4. Arat

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      Eskimo is one of The Residents most arresting albums because the place it transports you to is familiar. The constant swirl of arctic winds welcome patters of percussion which veer from tapped, stretched skins to clunks of tin and steel.
    5. Zulkikora

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      ‘Eskimo (Deconstructed)’ is the latest in a series of archival Residents reissues that will continue throughout and beyond. Look out for ‘American Composers Series’, ‘God In 3 Persons’ and ‘Cube-E’ sets, coming soon.
    6. Nirn

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      Because of this, and more than most albums, Eskimo has to be listened to as a whole. The six long pieces tell different stories, but definitely interlock. It is impossible for me to totally shift the notion, too, that The Residents were taking the rise a bit about how seriously they were being taken as dance.thorgabandispewieldlalen.infoinfo: Ian Canty.
    7. Vudogami

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      Conceived by The Residents partly in response to their satisfaction with the successful 'I AM A RESIDENT' project and their fans' musical abilities, and with their own love of interfering with the music of their heroes in mind, 'Eskimo (Deconstructed)' represents a first.

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