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Three's company

Oysterhead is proof that supergroups can work. This album is one of my all-time favorites, and I only wish oysterhead would record more. The jam-band feel is definately there, and you can hear Geddy Lee's influence on Claypool very clearly on this album. Also, Copeland expands his drumming to fit his new role on this album, and remains solid. Anastasio deserves much credit as well, with his extremely diverse work throughout this album. Buy this album and you will not be disappointed.


Great stuff. Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. If u like phish, Greatful Dead, or Mars Volta, Oysterhead is definately worth a shot. Army's on ecstasy so they say.

great stuff

great stuff here. 3 amazing musicians combine and make an excellent album. Trey Anastasio- great guitarist and great singer. Les Claypool- best bassist of all time, great and amazing songwriter. Stewart Copeland- One of the best drummers of all time, adds perfection to any song. This is definitely one album that deserves your money. Check out Pseudo Suicide


Formed: May, 2000 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Comprised of the unlikely trio of Trey Anastasio, Les Claypool, and Stewart Copeland (of Phish, Primus, and Police fame, respectively), the supergroup Oysterhead first came together for an intended one-off gig at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in May 2000. The chemistry between the three musicians was immediate, and the sold-out performance went off so well that the trio decided to pursue their partnership further, eventually entering Anastasio's Vermont recording studio in April 2001...
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