The Residents were an American avant-garde/performance band of unidentified players, formed in Shreveport, La., and based in San Francisco for most of their career. Between 1972 and 1985, the band released 12 albums and assorted shortplayers on self-press Ralph Records.
- Meet the Residents (1974)
- The Third Reich ‘n Roll (1976)
- Fingerprince (1977)
- Not Available (1978)
- Duck Stab / Buster & Glen (1978)
- Eskimo (1979)
- Babyfingers (EP, 1979)
- Diskomo / Goosebump (EP, 1980)
- Commercial Album (1980)
- Mark of the Mole (1981)
- The Tunes of Two Cities (1982)
- Intermission (EP, 1982)
- Title in Limbo (1983 • The Residents & Renaldo and The Loaf)
- Whatever Happened to Vileness Fats? (OST, 1984)
- The Big Bubble (1985)
- God in Three Persons (1988)
- The King and Eye (1989)
- Freak Show (1990)
- Gingerbread Man (1994)
- Wormwood (1998)
- Demons Dance Alone (2002)
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