Home Age Conversations
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Home Age Conversations is a monthly podcast about the anonymous art-rock collective known as THE RESIDENTS.
||CleanEpisode 2: Gingerbread Man (1994) Part 1 - People In The World Might Have Anxiety||On this episode (part 1 of 2) of Home Age Conversations, we examine The Residents' multimedia project from 1994 known as the Gingerbread Man. Over two parts, each host, including our special guest host Sparky, will lead discussion of one of the album's troubled characters.||1/5/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBonus Episode B: Santa Dog (1972) - Is Snowness Even a Word?||HAPPY TUESDAY! In this special mini CHRISTMAS BONUS EPISODE, we go over the first record put out by Ralph Records: Santa Dog '72. We talk about its origins, its presence in the future, Legally Blonde, the present which is au revoir, snowness, and holiday puppers.||12/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Eskimo (1979) - We Live in a Society||On this episode of Home Age Conversations we discuss and dissect The Residents' 1979 album, Eskimo. Join us as we delve into an arctic world of eyeball masks, colonialism, commercialism, Grammy awards, vaping, and BOTTOM TEXT.||12/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
This group is clearly driven and passionate, as well as educated about the subjects they talk about and full of interesting things to say. I was surprised at how quickly the episode moved despite being an hour and a half. The pacing was great and I loved every second of it. Super excited for the next episode. :)
An excellent podcast- one for the fans
These folk have some of the deepest knowledge of all things Residents, and it shows. Really looking forward to future episodes, so we can learn as much as we can from these Fab Four