Homer Flynn, President of The Cryptic Corporation, discusses the rare records of The Residents, the archive of Ralph Records, limited vinyl pressings, boxsets, the latest pREServed editions and much more!

Topics include:

  • Interview intro
  • Comparing pREServed editions to original boxset ideas
  • Third Reich and Roll boxset
  • What’s in the Ralph Records archive
  • Spare boxes of Residents releases
  • Anything missing from the recorded works?
  • "Santa Dog" original recordings and tapes
  • The story of the WB Album –status of original package
  • Early tapes that were stolen from the Cryptic Corporation
  • Hardy Fox’s ‘concentrates’
  • The concept and story of Santa Dog
  • The challenge of the Santa Dog package
  • Mailing records and Nixon refused
  • 100 records lost and recovered
  • Handmade boxes for remaining "Santa Dog"s
  • Recognizing the collectability of Residents records
  • How the Residents benefitted from Punk and New Wave
  • Creating The Beatles parody for “Meet The Residents”
  • Dick Clark’s response to "Third Reich and Roll"
  • Different pressings of "Third Reich and Roll"
  • The power of limiting production units
  • "Eskimo" vinyl with white fur on label
  • Will we see anything else from Vileness Fats?
  • Digitizing and right securing for older recordings
  • The Residents UBS – Ultimate Box Set & Mystery Box
  • Artists dropping by Grove Street, contributing to recordings
  • Touring challenges
  • New music is on its way – working title revealed
  • Interview wrap up

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