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Meisekimiu

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IDEA: Non-Rz Album Discussion
« on: October 16, 2017, 03:00:11 pm »
Hello, I have an IDEA. I know there's the "Just Discussion" forum for all your off-topic needs, but I was thinking we should have a "Project of the Week" type thing for non-Rz albums. I know this is a Residents forum, but since we are all Rz fans we generally probably share some kind of musical taste together. I'm not suggesting that we add non-Rz albums to Project of the Week, but rather have something else devoted to these albums. Basically, I think it'd be nice if we had a "book club" style thing for non-Rz albums, where we can discuss and maybe even discover these things.

And by "non-Rz" I mean that there'd be a focus on artists still associated with The Residents (like Snakefinger or Renaldo and the Loaf) or artists who The Crypitcs have said The Residents have taken inspiration from (like Captain Beefheart or Moondog). But people could also suggest other weird/conceptual music for this to. I think also it wouldn't rotate weekly but instead every other week at least, to give people a chance to listen to the album for the first time if someone suggested something no one else has listened to before..

I dunno, just an idea.
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Re: IDEA: Non-Rz Album Discussion
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2017, 10:34:26 pm »
that sounds like an interesting idea indeed! i think it would be fun to pursue that. i'll look into it in the coming weeks.
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Re: IDEA: Non-Rz Album Discussion
« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2017, 12:07:01 pm »
Very good idea. May we discover some musical gem  we didn't know.