#1
So what's your favorite Les Claypool project. For me it would have to be oysterhead. Im a huge phish fan so to see him team up with Trey Anastasio is amazing, not to mention the great stewart copeland on drums.
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#2
My favourite Les Claypool project is his book, because I don't have to listen to him!

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My favourite Les Claypool project is his book, because I don't have to listen to him!

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#4
My favourite Les Claypool project is his book, because I don't have to listen to him!

THAT'S RIGHT! I SAID IT!!!!

You're a very bad person.

Anyway I like some of his solo work alot but I think he was the best in Primus.
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#5
i think primus is his best
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#7
Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains for me.

Buckethead + Claypool = Awesome
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#9
I'm still trying to obtain a copy to His brigade playing Animals live. Its supposed to be pretty good, but I can never find it for cheap. I think his Primus work is better than his solo work because its much more focused.
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I'm still trying to obtain a copy to His brigade playing Animals live. Its supposed to be pretty good, but I can never find it for cheap.


Amazon has it for under $18.00. Its interesting in a good way. Animals was always one of my favorite Pink Floyd albums.

Claypool's interpretation has a bit more of an acid bite in my opinion.. The bass playing is a bit more complex than the original, and on the first listen, you have adjust to the American singing accents. Its worth seeking out.
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i think primus is his best


undoubtedly. but the thread is about side projects.
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#14
No where in the original post does it say anything about side projects. Primus is a perfectly legitimate answer.
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No where in the original post does it say anything about side projects. Primus is a perfectly legitimate answer.


HEY! You're right.. Silly me..

ok..


PRIMUS!

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#17
out of side projects, frog brigade, purple onion.
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Purple Onion!!!
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