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Customer Reviews

not bad, its Primus

This albums okay. Some songs do sound like re-hashed versions of old songs. Last Salmon Man = Toys go winding down. Eternal Consumption Engine=Space Farm. Tradgedy's a Comin'=Ballad of Bodacious+DMV.

If you like Primus and are familliar with there work you'll probably like this. It's nothing new. The album needs a few more listens it might start to grow on me. Some of the songs sound better live. Anyway a Primus Tour for sure :)

I like it I really really like it i think im gonna buy it

Been wanting for new primus for some years now and after numerous listens its sounds Like Claypool,Ler and Lane have managed to roll all of Claypools eclectic side projects into one big ball of primus goodness for us to enjoy and enjoy you will.

Not too bad, but not great.

Its ok this Album, not really anything new though. Couple of really great tracks but as a Primus fan i've always been of the mind that their good tracks far outweigh the mediocure album tracks. Not a band i like all their material, but the good stuff is awesome, and this Album is a bit like this too. I really like Lee Van Cleef, Tragedys comin and Last Salmon man on this one, personally thats the kind of Primus i like. Wierd wacky groovy and funky.


Formed: 1986 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Primus is all about Les Claypool; there isn't a moment on any of their records where his bass isn't the main focal point of the music, with his vocals acting as a bizarre side-show. Which isn't to deny guitarist Larry LaLonde or drummer Tim "Herb" Alexander any credit; no drummer could weave in and around Claypool's convoluted patterns as effortlessly as Alexander, and few guitarists would willingly push the spotlight away, like LaLonde does, just to can produce a never-ending spiral of avant-noise....
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