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Primus: The Desaturating Seven

Primus' classic lineup returns with the shortest, most focused album of their career, recalling their '90s heyday without ignoring their post-2000 jam-band tendencies.

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Gogol Bordello + Primus: 12 Aug 2010 - Morrison, CO

There are not many bands in this world that perform such original and groundbreaking music with as much passion and eccentricity as Gogol Bordello and Primus.

Jonathan Kosakow
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Electric Six: Kill

Kill careens from pop rock to cheesy metal to variations on funk throughout its duration, propelled by the energetic imagination and musicianship of the band like an all-too-phallic torpedo.

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Les Claypool: Where Fish Congregate

Quite simply, like the sturgeon itself, Claypool is the Maestro of the Bottom.

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Dead But Not Buried or, When the '90s Took a '60s Turn

The post-Dead and post-Zappa bands of the '90s sought to subvert the prevailing trends towards crass commercialism, individual greed, and phony superficiality.

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Primus: They Cant All Be Zingers

There is no middle ground with Primus; you either loved them or hated them. Many loved them when "alternative" was a radio format. This is a good Primus primer.

Lou Friedman
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