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The Residents - Eskimo (1979)

01 "The Walrus Hunt" – 4:01
02 "Birth" – 4:33
03 "Arctic Hysteria" – 5:57
04 "The Angry Angakok" – 5:20
05 "A Spirit Steals a Child" – 8:44
06 "The Festival of Death" – 10:26


Arguably one of their most popular albums, Eskimo is (yet again) a very odd and interesting album from The Residents. An album made with home made instruments, sung with odd vocal techniques, and containing a bunch of "wind noises and grunting" it's actually quite good even despite the short run time (around 40 min).

But either way, the more Residents the better. I would upload more of their works but there is just so much...


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