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1-10 (With A Touch of 11) is an unreleased demo album by Residents, Uninc. with The Mysterious N. Senada,[1] recorded around 1973.

Excerpts from this recording were first released on the pREServed reissue of The Residents' 1974 debut album Meet The Residents in early 2018. Richard Anderson of Cherry Red Records has said that the complete tape is being actively considered for release in the near future as part of a series of mail-order vinyl releases.[2]


Previously unknown publicly prior to the release of the pREServed edition of The Residents' debut album Meet The Residents in 2018, 1-10 (With A Touch of 11) consists of presumably at least ten parts, of which only six (parts 1 and 4 through 8) have been released. The liner notes for this release give very little further context in regards to the recording.

The tape consists of the group either jamming with the German avant-garde composer and music theorist N. Senada, or performing one of his compositions.[1]

Further details about the recording history or context behind this seemingly improvised suite are not presently known, though Richard Anderson from Cherry Red Records has said that the full recording is "really a complete album" in and of itself.[1]


At present only parts 1 and 4 through 8 of 1-10 (With A Touch of 11) are available, having first been released on the 2018 pREServed expanded edition of the group's debut album Meet The Residents.

The complete 1-10 (With A Touch of 11) tape is one of a number of studio recordings which are likely for release in a series of limited edition mail order vinyl compilations in the near future.[2] As of December 2020, no dates have yet been confirmed for any release.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "They just re-remembered the '1-10 (With A Touch Of 11)' thing too, which is really a complete album. I think it's The Residents jamming with N Senada or performing some of his work or something like that." - Richard Anderson, The Residents Facebook group, March 27th 2019
  2. 2.0 2.1 "I know there are plans afoot for some mail order only obscure vinyl too, but The Residents were slightly unsure what the demand would be, so this all bodes well. The complete '1-10 (With A Touch Of 11)' tape, the complete 'German Slide' tape, the complete 'Commercial Album' commercials tape (which I think is a mono mix of the album too) and so on. Maybe 'Leapmus' or some of the new previously unreleased stuff... Fingers crossed they/we can find room for it all." - Richard Anderson, The Residents Facebook group, March 19th 2019
Wbrmx-sml-transparent.png The Delta Nudes / Residents, Uninc.
(1967 - 1974)

Major works
Rusty Coathangers for the Doctor (1970) · The Ballad of Stuffed Trigger (1970) · The W***** B*** Album (1971) · B.S. (1971) · Santa Dog (1972)

Other recordings
"I Hear Ya Got Religion" / "Moonman" (1969) · 1-10 (With A Touch of 11) (ca. 1973)

Compilation albums
ERA B474 (2012) · The Delta Nudes' Greatest Hiss (2013) · The Residents Present The Delta Nudes (2016) · A Nickle If Your Dick's This Big (2019)

Live shows
The Boarding House, October 18th 1971 · Philip's Wedding, October 31st 1971 · Chris' Party, October 19th 1972

Randy Rose · Charles Bobuck · Hardy Fox · Homer Flynn · Palmer Eiland · Roger "Bunny" Hartley · Jay Clem · John Kennedy · Roland Sheehan · Bob Tangney · Jim Whitaker · N. Senada · Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman · Peggy Honeydew (Margaret Swaton) · The Singing Lawn Chairs (Pamela Zeibak)

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Nsenada-mintgreen-transparent.png The Mysterious N. Senada
(1907 - 1993)

Pollex Christi (1936-1937) · Cantaten und Symphonen for der Saxophonen und Violinen with P.C. Lithman (1971?) · Cantaten to der Dyin Prunen with P.C. Lithman (1971?)

Music theory
Theory of Phonetic Organization {Meet The Residents) · Theory of Obscurity (Not Available)

Work with The Residents
The W***** B*** Album (1971) · A Live Radio Broadcast (1971) · The Boarding House performance (1971) · Philip's Wedding (1971) · B.S. (1971) · Chris' Party (1972) · 1-10 (With A Touch of 11) (ca. 1973) · Vileness Fats (1972-1976) · Oh Mummy! Oh Daddy! (1976) · Eskimo (1979) · Snakey Wake performance (1987) · Pollex Christi (1997)

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Max Steinway · Hardy Fox · Philip "Snakefinger" Lithman · The Delta Nudes · Residents, Uninc. · "Eloise" · "Kamakazi Lady" · Andrew Hook · O for Obscurity, Or, The Story of N.
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