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Primus: Sailing The Sea Of Cheesecompact discs
Primus: Sailing The Sea Of Cheese

Released: May 14, 1991. Label: Interscope. Genre: Rock. Styles: Alternative Pop/Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. It's the tightest, most song-oriented representation of their jaw-dropping, one-of-a-kind style.

POSTED: 09/25/2007 - 03:43 am

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Primus: Primus & The Chocolate Factory With The Fungi Ensemblecompact discs
Primus: Primus & The Chocolate Factory With The Fungi Ensemble

Released: Oct 21, 2014. Genre: Experimental Rock. Label: ATO Records, Prawn Song Records. Number Of Tracks: 14. Essentially, a re-imagining of the soundtrack of the original "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory" movie, but with the type of approach you would expect from Primus.

POSTED: 10/27/2014 - 05:32 am

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Primus: Frizzle Frycompact discs
Primus: Frizzle Fry

Release Date: Feb 1990. Label: Caroline. Genres: Alternative Pop/Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. Released on the independent Caroline label in 1990, Frizzle Fry documents the San Francisco Bay area thrash-funk trio at its energetic best.

POSTED: 11/08/2011 - 03:31 am

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Primus: Green Naugahydecompact discs
Primus: Green Naugahyde

Released: Sep 12, 2011. Genre: Alternative rock, funk rock, experimental rock. Label: ATO Records, Prawn Song. Number Of Tracks: 13. 'Green Nuagahyde' is Primus's 7th studio release and marks the end of an 11 year hiatus. Les's quirky lyrics and bass lines are finally back in another installment, and not a moment too soon.

POSTED: 09/12/2011 - 05:16 am

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Primus: Antipopcompact discs
Primus: Antipop

Release Date: Oct 19, 1999. Label: Interscope. Genres: Alternative Pop/Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. AntiPop is dense music that isn't afraid to be goofy or fall on its face -- and even if it's not to your particular taste, it's hard not to respect this.

POSTED: 08/07/2009 - 04:07 am

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Primus: They Can't All Be Zingerscompact discs
Primus: They Can't All Be Zingers

Release Date: Oct 17, 2006. Label: Interscope Records; Prawn Song Records. Genres: Rock; Funk; Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 16. The uninhibited nature of Primus could scare off those who aren?t used to unorthodox players, but the CD is a must-listen to fans of musicians that think outside the box.

POSTED: 06/27/2008 - 02:27 am

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Primus: Sailing The Sea Of Cheesecompact discs
Primus: Sailing The Sea Of Cheese

Released: May 14, 1991. Label: Interscope. Genre: Rock. Styles: Alternative Pop/Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. It's the tightest, most song-oriented representation of their jaw-dropping, one-of-a-kind style.

POSTED: 09/25/2007 - 03:43 am

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Primus: Blame It On The Fish [DVD]compact discs
Primus: Blame It On The Fish [DVD]

Release Date: October 17, 2006. Even when Blame It On The Fish doesn?t make sense, the songwriting and musicianship creates a phenomenal watching experience.

POSTED: 10/18/2006 - 07:29 am

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Primus: Tales From The Punchbowlcompact discs
Primus: Tales From The Punchbowl

Released: May 23, 1995. Label: Interscope. Genres: Alternative Pop/Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 13. With high energy and full of surprises, Tales From the Punchbowl is one of Primus' finer discs.

POSTED: 10/17/2006 - 04:32 am

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Primus: Pork Sodacompact discs
Primus: Pork Soda

Release Date: Apr 20, 1993. Label: Interscope. Genres: Alternative Pop/Rock, Funk Metal, Alternative Metal. Number Of Tracks: 15. Despite occasional flaws, what makes Pork Soda a success is that the band keeps finding novel variations on their signature sound, even if they never step out of it.

POSTED: 09/15/2006 - 04:09 am

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Primus: Hallucino-Genetics [DVD]compact discs
Primus: Hallucino-Genetics [DVD]

Release Date: November 16, 2004. The first concert DVD from Primus launches their new spin-off label, Frizzle Fry, Inc. Flimed at the last US show in June, 2004 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, this DVD captures the band at their live peak. The Hallucino-Genetics Tour this past summer culminated a year of hugely successful live performances for the original line-up of the band.

POSTED: 01/03/2006 - 01:52 am

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