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To promote the album, The Residents purchased 40 one-minute advertising slots on San Francisco 's most popular Top radio station at the time, KFRCsuch that the station played each track of their album over three days. This prompted an editorial in Billboard magazine questioning whether the act was art or advertising. Commercial Album also led to the creation of One Minute Movies, a short film by the group with collaborator Graeme Whifler consisting of music videos for four tracks from the album.

Created at a time when MTV and what would later become known as "music video" in general was its infancy, the group's videos were in heavy rotation since they were among the few music videos available to broadcasters. New technology and live performances[ edit ] The Mole Trilogy — [ edit ] The Mole Show Live, Commercial Album received a relatively lukewarm reception from the new wave music press. Deciding that "a disaster was in order", The Residents set about composing an album which told the story of a culture driven from their homes by a storm and forced into a confrontation with another people.

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Mark of the Mole released in was the first part of a projected trilogy of concept albums, which would later develop into a tetralogy, with another three albums focusing on the music of the Mole and Chub cultures.

The performance featured The Residents performing behind a burlap screen, occasionally wearing disguises such as their iconic eyeball maskswhile dancers and actors appeared in front of painted backdrops used to help illustrate the story.

Jillette would come out between songs telling long and intentionally pointless stories. The show was designed to appear to fall apart as it progressed; Jillette pretended to grow angrier with the crowd, and lighting effects and music would become increasingly chaotic, all building up to the point where Jillette was dragged off stage and returned, handcuffed to a wheelchair, to deliver his last monologue. During one performance, an audience member assaulted Jillette while he was handcuffed to the wheelchair.

The Mole Show would ultimately became the band's biggest financial disaster, almost caused the break-up of the band, and ultimately led to the cancellation of the Mole Trilogy altogether after the release of The Big Bubble in During this period, The Residents were conspicuously less prolific than they previously had been, with only the Residue of the Residents outtakes compilation, a collaborative album with Ralph labelmates Renaldo and the Loafand a brief edited version of Vileness Fats with a newly recorded soundtrack being their only major releases.

The American Composers Series and 13th Anniversary Show — [ edit ] After the abandonment of the unfinished Mole Trilogy, the band turned their attention to a new series of albums, each consisting of a side-long suite of covers by American composers the band admired. Some tracks from abandoned volumes in this series dedicated to Sun RaBarry White and Ray Charles have also surfaced on various compilation albums in subsequent years. After this, their Japanese distributor approached them for a two-week run in Japan.

Admittedly reluctant at first to return to the stage after the underwhelming response to the Mole Show, The Residents created the 13th Anniversary Tour. While the musical performance was more mainstream, the stage show was another over-the-top spectacle, featuring inflatable giraffes, dancers in eyeball masks illuminating the darkened stage with work lights, and a lead vocalist who changed costumes throughout the show from wearing an eyeball mask to a Richard Nixon maskand at one point wearing only a wig and fake ears.

After the two-week run in Japan, the band took the show to the US. During the US leg of the tour the band encountered a few problems, including having the tour manager having to fan a member's keyboard because of overheating, being booked in a pool hall and having someone run on stage only to be thrown back into the audience. The Residents also toured Australia and New Zealand in August — appearing across the two countries as a five piece ensemble including two female dancers, and with Snakefinger on guitar.

According to Homer Flynn, the band "had to borrow equipment from people there in the town" including instruments and costumes to make the performance. Red Eye was stolen so it was replaced with a giant skull mask. It was actually stolen by someone who found a backstage pass on the wall and threw into a dumpster outside the venue through an open window.

A few weeks later an avid fan in Cerritos California who attended the palace show also went to a New Year's Eve party where he overheard someone bragging about having Mr. He called Ralph Records and spoke to representative Sheena Timony and asked if it was true about the eye being stolen. She was inquisitive with him and proceeded to tell him that there was a curse on the eye and that there was a police report out on it. He said he wanted to get it back because he loved the band so much and it was the right thing to do.

With her help she called the thief to tell him they knew he had it and that reps for Ralph were on their way. The thief was so rattled that he gave it back to some friends of the fan who posed as Ralph employees. The Eye was returned but was in bad condition from being thrown around and the Residents decided that it was a superfluous shell of its former self.

They continued the 13th anniversary tour and handed out memorial black armbands with the missing eyeball on it. The Residents later were interviewed on MTV where they told the story of it being stolen.

The Residents performed at his wake, and this performance was later re-recorded in the studio and released in a limited edition as The Snakey Wake. Despite this unanticipated tragedy, the band continued to work on God in Three Persons, despite not having been able to record Snakefinger's guitar parts for the album as planned.

God in Three Persons, a lengthy poetic fable in a clear narrative format, tells the story of a colonel who visits a carnival and becomes entranced by a pair of mysterious and androgynous Siamese twins. The album was finished and released in as their first album to be designed specifically for compact disc. InThe Residents premiered their third tour, Cube-Ea three-act performance covering the history of American music.

It was a step up from previous shows, featuring more elaborate dance numbers and sets. It was also the first show composed exclusively of music written specifically for the show. The show was almost entirely backlit, with blacklights highlighting the fluorescent costumes and set design. Multimedia projects[ edit ] "Freak Show" and "Our Finest Flowers" — [ edit ] InThe Residents turned their attention to emerging computer technology, beginning to make the majority of their music with MIDI devices, which would define their sound during this time.

With these new instruments, they recorded and released Freak Show ; a concept album in which each track offers an insight to the character of a circus freak. His renderings literally glow with colors you've never considered before. If Xplora 1 chases you off with dutiful enlightenment. Freak Show sucks you in with its hypnotic sympathy for the damned.

This game was accompanied by a soundtrack album, Have A Bad Daythe following year. At this time, The Residents were also working on an album entitled That Slab Called Night, which would later be abandoned and reconstituted into the soundtrack to the Discovery Channel series Hunters: The World of Predators and Prey.

In NovemberFreak Show was also developed into a stage performance by a theater company at the Archa Theater in Prague. During this time, however, the band would create a new live performance piece entitled Disfigured Night, which would be performed a handful of times throughout the year, culminating in their performance at the Fillmore.

The "Storyteller" era[ edit ] "Wormwood" — [ edit ] Wormwood was released in Wormwood saw the group telling often violent or explicit stories from the Bible through song.

Regular collaborators Molly Harvey vocals and Nolan Cook guitar featured on the album and during its associated tour, Wormwood Live, which saw The Residents departing from pre-programmed music and once again using a live band.

The Residents wore ecclesiastical robes and performed in a brightly lit fluorescent cave. Act one consisted of one-off stories about individual Bible characters. During a performance in Athens, GreeceCook had to leave the stage after taking a rock to the head from an audience member. In an unusual move, the album handed almost half of the vocal duties to Harvey, who had begun as a Ralph Records employee but by this point had contributed to virtually all of the group's many projects for most of the preceding decade.

Video projections and unusual flexible screens were added to the stage set, creating an unsettling ambiance. The performances on The Way We Were tour were recorded and were released on CD and DVD inas well as the band's album Animal Loverwhich tells a series of stories as seen from the perspective of animals. Around this time, the group were invited by a friend to record in Romania — these sessions produced the album Tweedles!

In they created the soundtrack for the documentary Strange Culture and also released a double instrumental album, Night of the Huntersderived from the That Slab Called Night recording sessions which eventually became the soundtrack for the documentary series Hunters.

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Hoffmann 's story " Der Sandmann "was released on Mute Records. Inthe group released The Bunny Boyan album with a detailed meta-fictional concept which the group elaborated upon throughout their first North American tour since Demons Dance Alone, as well as a YouTube video series of the same name, which would later be compiled and released on DVD as Is Anybody Out There?

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During the tour, which lasted until AprilThe Residents appeared as a trio, and adapted new identities and costumes — Randy Rose, Charles "Chuck" Bobuck and Bob, with reference to a fourth member named Carlos, who had decided prior to the tour that "the rock 'n' roll life style wasn't for him after all" and left the band for Mexico to care for his elderly mother.

The singer, Randy, wore an old man mask, and the other two Residents, keyboardist Chuck and guitarist Bob, wore dreadlock wigs and illuminated optical gear over their faces. The songs were stories about various characters' obsessions with ghosts, imaginary people, and supernatural phenomena. The band released several albums related to the Talking Light concept during this time, including the instrumental albums Dollar General and Chuck's Ghost Music, live album Bimbo's Talking Light, and studio album Lonely Teenager.

Over the course of the year the band celebrated their 40th anniversary with a new tour the second in the "Randy, Chuck and Bob" trilogy entitled The Wonder of Weird. In December, the band began celebrating the upcoming 40th anniversary of their first release, the Santa Dog EP, and released an "infomercial" starring Randy Rose promoting the release of The Residents' Ultimate Box Set — a cubic-foot refrigerator containing the first pressings of every Residents release to date, as well as other ephemera such as an eyeball mask and top hat.

InThe Residents began collaborating with director Don Hardy on a video series starring Randy, entitled In My Room, as well as a feature length documentary film covering the history of the group, entitled Theory of Obscurity: A Film About The Residents.

The production of this film involved the digital transfer of the group's many years of archived video, film and tape, including the production materials shot for Vileness Fats between and During the Shadowland tour, the member known as Charles Bobuck announced that he would no longer be performing live with the group due to increasingly poor health, and ultimately, retired from the band altogether to release a series of solo albums.

Onstage and in the studio, Bobuck was replaced by a new addition to the band, "Rico". In Novemberthe group released a video featuring Randy, announcing a new film project in collaboration with Don Hardy entitled Double Trouble, which would incorporate the footage from the unfinished Vileness Fats into an entirely new story.

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The album, based around historical train wrecks from the late 19th century and early 20th century, featured collaborators such as Eric Drew Feldman and Nolan Cook, as well as the final songwriting and performance contributions from the recently retired Bobuck. In Octoberthe group's new tour, entitled In Between Dreams, kicked off in Copenhagen, Denmark after earlier preview shows in Japanand cancelled dates at the Safe as Milk festival in Wales earlier in the year.

In Between Dreams discarded the "Randy, Rico and Bob" personas which the band had been using since the beginning of the decade, and instead introduced "The Real Residents"; "Tyrone" the singer, "Eekie" the guitarist, "Erkie" the keyboardist, and a new member, percussionist "Cha Cha". The decoration of the show consisted of a blue and white checkered backdrop, dynamic lighting effects, and the same giant ball screen from the Shadowland tour for displaying short animated clips between songs. The videos consisted of various well-known figures recalling dreams; Richard Nixon 's dream about being a blues singer, John Wayne 's nightmare about a lone ballerina that disappears when he attempts to approach her, and Mother Teresa 's dream about a train wreck.

At the beginning ofThe Residents launched their pREServed remaster series — each original Residents studio album, completely remastered and presented with contemporary bonus tracks as well as a great deal of previously unheard and unknown material from the group's archives.

Around the same time, the group began taking submissions for a new project, to be entitled I Am A Resident! The Residents were ultimately overwhelmed by the volume of submissions which vastly exceeded their expectations and rather than whittling the track list down to only their favorites, chose to turn the submissions into a "mashup" in the style of The Third Reich 'N Roll.

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I Am A Resident! Why are they mad? Numbers are not on their side. I read where one said that he thinks being American means being white and he is having a hard time considering that other people can claim being American other than white people. He thinks his culture is superior and he is having a very difficult time imagining that he is no longer in control. So what do we do in the face of all this?

We live our lives. Does this mean we avoid white people?

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Some white people have had their eyes opened with the injustices that they finally see happening. Some of them have been our friends and listened to us when we talked about our experiences and want to be our ally.

Some of them want the world to change because they know it will be a better place for all of us if it does. We need to keep on being successes. Graduate from high school. Did you learn a trade that will support a family? Go get a good job and marry a good girl and have good kids. Go to college and get that degree and you get a better job. Move into that house in the suburbs. Have a good life.

Teach your kids to be good people. Help with homework, read to them, read with them, encourage them and they will make you proud. There are people there who do need help. Join those community organizations and work to make the place where you live a better place for everyone. Embrace the youth and help them find their way in this very confusing world. Go to church, volunteer at the senior center or at the playground, whatever. Be a positive force. You know you are anyway.

Make sure he knows. It will make us all better. Is this really new? Is racism a new thing or is this just new to some folks? Things have gotten completely out of hand and we need to figure a way out of this mess.

Come on over here and sit down. Now, here is the premise. You are a young man, say right out of high school and you are looking for a job. Maybe not for always, but for right now, you think you could be it. You just have to figure out how to get her attention.