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Eternal Consumption Engine - Primus - Green Naugahyde (CD, Album)

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  1. Green Naugahyde marks the studio album return of Primus, this time featuring Les Claypool, Larry LaLonde, and Jay Lane (one of the band’s early drummers). The album follows ’s DVD / CD combo Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People and an indie release of rehearsals of classic Primus songs featuring Lane’s drumming from After an obligatory intro (God!
  2. Sep 20,  · On its surface, “Green Naugahyde,’’ Primus’s first full-length of new material since , has all of the absurd contours and whimsical tones one expects from this progressive trio.
  3. Green Naugahyde is the seventh studio album by rock group Primus, released by ATO Records and Prawn Song on September 12, in Europe, and on September 13, in the United States. It is the band's first album since 's Antipop, and features their first new material since 's Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People EP.
  4. Eternal Consumption Engine: 2: Extinction Burst: 3: Eyes Of The Squirrel: 4: Green Ranger: 5: Hennepin Crawler: 6: HOINFODAMAN: 7: Jilly's On Smack: 8: Jilly’s on Smack: 9: Last Salmon Man: Moron TV: Prelude To A Crawl: Salmon Men: Those Damn Blue Collar Tweekers (Live From London/) Those Damned Blue Collar Tweekers.
  5. 'Green Naugahyde' expands on Primus’ incomparable sound, bringing it into the next millennium. It is a cerebral and complex album that is teeming with the band’s signature blend of whimsy and underlying darkness Prelude to a Crawl 2. Hennepin Crawler 3. Last Salmon Man 4. Eternal Consumption Engine 5. Tragedy’s A’Comin’ 6.
  6. Primus. Green Naugahyde» Back to review: Comments: Add a Comment: Previous; 1 5; 6; 7; cylinder March 1st Comments. this album is underrated af Eternal Consumption Engine and Eyes of the Squirrel m/ Digging: Olivia Block - Karren. wham49 March 1st Comments. Album Rating: ok got through the whole thing, good album.
  7. Sep 13,  · Green Naugahyde is something of a comeback offering and the first release to feature original drummer Jay Lane. It's fair to say that if you like Primus, you will like this album. Fans of the band know what to expect and the music on offer does not deviate from the tried and trusted Primus formula/5().
  8. May 02,  · Primus get serious and yet seriously silly as the first bass guitar led band that comes to mind for me. I’ve never listened to one of their full albums until now and now being with the album “Green Naugahyde.” There was some fun to be had and some, “yep, just sounds like some boring ole Primus” moments as well.

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