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The “Wonder of Weird” tour brings the Residents to the Institute of Contemporary Art

Though still steadfastly anonymous, the Residents have evolved from prime-time pop culture trash-talkers to careful, compassionate students of the human psyche. In a way, the most faceless band in rock history is finally showing signs of humanity — and mortality. This winter’s “Wonder of Weird” tour, which brings the band to the Institute of Contemporary Art next Tuesday, celebrates the group’s official 40th anniversary.

Projects built in slums intended to improve the quality of living are often rejected by the residents because they don’t feel like the project was needed.

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The Great Bear Sea: Meet the Residents - Northwest Queen Charlotte Strait- God's Pocket Marine Provincial Park is considered one of the best cold water diving spots in the world.

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♫♪ ♫ The Residents ♪ ♫ are famous for being anonymous. What most people know about them is nobody knows who they are.

In the latest edition of our Underscore feature-- which covers undervalued artists and scenes from the musical past-- Marc Masters looks beyond the iconic eyeball masks to detail the distinctly weird wonders of art-rock provocateurs the Residents.

Holly Street Voids Tom Hunter - These photographs were taken on the Holly Street council estate, Hackney, East London in 1998. They show the 'voids' after the residents have left, just before three of the four tower blocks on the estate were blown up.

Holly Street Voids Tom Hunter - These photographs were taken on the Holly Street council estate, Hackney, East London in 1998. They show the 'voids' after the residents have left, just before three of the four tower blocks on the estate were blown up.