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< [[Rev. Syung Myung Me]]: In 1983, [[the Residents]] collaborated with [[Renaldo and The Loaf]] (also artists on Ralph) on this album, which ended up sounding not much like either (though more Residential than like RaTLian). This one is hard to find, now, unfortunately -- half of it was released as bonus tracks on the first (now very out-of-print) ESD CD of ''[[Not Available]]''; later, Ralph America released the entire album in a run of 1000, but those have been sold out now for a long while. It's worth checking out, though, if you stumble across a copy. [[The Residents]] have been known to put some of the songs in later projects and live shows -- especially "Mahogany Wood" and "Monkey and Bunny".

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> [[Rev. Syung Myung Me]]: In 1983, [[the Residents]] collaborated with [[Renaldo and The Loaf]] (also artists on Ralph) on this album, which ended up sounding not much like either (though more Residential than like RaTLian). This one is hard to find, now, unfortunately -- half of it was released as bonus tracks on the first (now very out-of-print) ESD CD of ''[[Not Available]]''; later, [[Ralph America]] released the entire album in a run of 1000, but those have been sold out now for a long while. It's worth checking out, though, if you stumble across a copy. [[The Residents]] have been known to put some of the songs in later projects and live shows -- especially "Mahogany Wood" and "Monkey and Bunny".


Rev. Syung Myung Me: In 1983, the Residents collaborated with Renaldo and The Loaf (also artists on Ralph) on this album, which ended up sounding not much like either (though more Residential than like RaTLian). This one is hard to find, now, unfortunately – half of it was released as bonus tracks on the first (now very out-of-print) ESD CD of Not Available; later, Ralph America released the entire album in a run of 1000, but those have been sold out now for a long while. It's worth checking out, though, if you stumble across a copy. The Residents have been known to put some of the songs in later projects and live shows – especially "Mahogany Wood" and "Monkey and Bunny".