Shining a light on a variety of bizarre murders that have taken place when lovers' tiffs have boiled over and ended in bloodshed.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Killed by My Lover - Animal Lover - Netflix
Animal Lover is an album, released in 2005 by The Residents. It portrays human life through the eyes of different animals. In the CD booklet, the lyrics to a song are preceded by a story from an animal's point of view. For example, “On the way (To Oklahoma)” begins with a story, from the animal's viewpoint, about a man obsessed with tigers. On the next page, the lyrics are shown, giving the listener the details behind the story. On this particular track, the man goes insane, thinks he's a tiger, and kills a dog. The story precedes the song itself, but also tells us what happened to the man. However, not all tracks contain stories. “Dreaming of an Anthill (Teeming)”, “Ingrid's Oily Tongue”, and “Mr. Bee's Bumble” are instrumental tracks. There aren't any stories to these songs in the booklet, perhaps to allow the listener to discern the story him/herself. The album uses darker and more serious styles of instrumentals and lyrics. Examples of this are the tracks Olive and Gray and Burn my Bones and the bonus CD ...Imaginary Jack in some parts.
Killed by My Lover - Track listing - Netflix
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