These are the albums most new Residents fans will hear for the first time
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America Eats Its Young is one of the great post-'60s comedown albums.
Is Boosie Badazz is trying to unite the languages of blues and rap?
The WIZRD contradicts the popular narrative that’s taken root around it.
An alluring challenge to listeners who’ve traveled the poles of experimental music.
Assume Form isn’t bad because it’s a sellout. It's bad for other reasons.
The Soft Bulletin isn’t a bleak vision of an irreparably fucked world. Its poignancy comes…
A circular, impenetrable album that approximates the thought processes of a kept gorilla.
A sincere portrait of a very successful, very depressed man.
A free improv abstraction of the sweatiest punk gig of your life.