A video was released in 1984 of the Mole Show, paired with a reconstructed version of the legendary film Vileness Fats and this contains the soundtrack recorded for that venture. Neither the film nor it's soundtrack are that high on my list of favourite Residential works but both have some great moments. On the soundtrack The Importance Of Evergreen, The Knife Fight and the rezzurected Eloise fall into this category. Lots of moody synths and strange poetry. Visually some of the film is brilliant but the medium it's filmed on and the inaudibility of the dialogue lets it down badly. The CD version also contains a selection from The Census Taker soundtrack.

An appropriate soundtrack for a dark subterranean film. Murky, enchanting and ethereal. Unfortunately this is NOT the original soundtrack. But, once more, the Residents prove their abilities to set up moods.