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• THE RESIDENTS PRESENT 16 ALTERNATE INTERPRETATIONS, UNRELEASED ODDITIES, AND HISTORICAL ARTIFACTS
• RECENTLY DISCOVERED IN THEIR EXTENSIVE 1970s MULTITRACK TAPE ARCHIVE AND EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL TAPES
• NEVER BEFORE ISSUED IN ANY FORMAT
• PRODUCED BY THE RESIDENTS
Following the enthusiastic critical and commercial response to their pREServed reissue series, which has produced hundreds of previously unheard recordings from the band’s master tape archive, The Residents now explore the original multitrack tapes for their seminal 1970s output. Produced under lockdown conditions, the group presents sixteen never-before-heard alternate versions, unreleased curios, and long-forgotten oddities. Includes an eight-minute concentrate of the legendary ‘Rusty Coathangers For The Doctor’ tape, plus a demo and alternate rendering of the classic ‘Satisfaction’ single. Part of the ongoing pREServed reissue series, ‘Leftovers Again?!?’ is, we are told, a small taste of further album-by-album multitrack explorations the group intends to present at some as-yet-undisclosed point in the future.