As KZSC’s friendly neighborhood Volunteer Coordinator, it is within my job description to give new students (soon-to-be the future generations of our staff) tours of our log cabin home. The Willy Wonka-esque reveal of KZSC’s CD library and its 60,000+ inhabitants never fails to make eyes widen and mouths gape, and the delight and astonishment it creates is one of the greatest joys of the job. Since these tours are a daily occurrence and I have been at the station for all of my four years at UCSC, it would seem likely that I would be thoroughly jaded to the station and the wonders within, but to this day I am not immune to its charms and constantly wowed by what can be found. Last night’s serendipitous discovery was no exception.It is hard to find a point of comparison for The Residents. Known for their avant-garde music and even stranger outfits, they stand out as the rebel princes of pushing the boundaries of music and the way it is distributed. So, a collaboration with the Discovery Channel seems natural…right? Ok, perhaps not. But surely enough, this did happen: for a 1994 Discovery Channel series called “Hunters”, The Residents composed, performed, and produced the soundtrack to the daily activities of predatory animals. The end product is a bizarre, ominous, and thoroughly awesome soundtrack with songs titled “The Crawling Kingdom” and “Dawn of the Dragons.” Try as I may, I can’t find any sort of evidence that this album (or even this show) actually existed online, short of the physical copy in my hands that was found sitting on a shelf I look at every day. How it got there is a mystery to me, but it once again proves that not only ca….