Primus / Green Naugahyde
Album: Green Naugahyde   Collection:General
Artist:Primus   Added:Oct 2011
Label:Prawn Song Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2011-10-30 Pull Date: 2012-01-01
Week Ending: Jan 1 Dec 25 Dec 18 Dec 11 Dec 4 Nov 27 Nov 20 Nov 13
Airplays: 4 1 2 1 4 2 2 2

Recent Airplay
1. Jan 05, 2022: New World Disorder (rebroadcast from Jun 2, 2012)
Hennepin Crawler
4. Mar 31, 2013: New World Disorder
Lee Van Cleef
2. Sep 28, 2017: Brains and Eggs
Eternal Consumption Engine
5. Jun 16, 2012: New World Disorder
Lee Van Cleef
3. Jul 21, 2013: New World Disorder
Lee Van Cleef
6. Jun 09, 2012: New World Disorder
Eternal Consumption Engine

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2011-10-24
Primus – Green Naugahyde
Reviewed by Sadie O., 10/24/11
Primus. If I have to describe Primus (which I really can’t, although I started watching them when they started playing), then you wouldn’t understand… Goodly weird and weirdly good.
FCCs (singular, and pretty easy to miss, but there) on 9, 11 and 12.
I like 2, 4 and 8 best. So there.
1. 1:20 *slow fade-in of sort of motor noise, then woobly processed vocals, rather pretty bits of guitar. Leads in to the next track, but why bother? Go directly to:
2. 3:59 ****signature bippity boppity bass, funky beat, Residents-like vocals. I can’t tell what he’s talking about, but who cares? It sounds terrific. Gets very grunty and wumbly.
3. 6:15 ***jaunty little march with disturbingly pretty vocals – I would suspect impending heck. Screechy guitar solo, fun riffs, sad story.
4. 2:45 ****very cool percussion, hyperactive oompah, demented circus feel. There’s definitely a statement here, but it’s utterly nutted. I like it.
5. 4:52 ***slightly exotic feel to the intro, then back to poppily bop bass, a little bit of disco in the chorus.
6. 5:32 ***weird little backmasked-sounding riff, then downtempo funky march with impossible bass. Goes all whacked out to noodles and feedback (just because I said that doesn’t mean I want to think about it) a couple of minutes or so from end.
7. 6:37 ***slow fade-in of reverby weirdness for first minute, then pretty plinky guitar and big growly stuff, almost whispered vocals – disturbing, as well it should be. Ominous, jangly, creepy – but great.
8. 3:28 ****jaunty boppy, bassy, C&W rave-up – and who doesn’t wanna be like Lee Van Cleef? I’m glad he’s being fittingly memorialized. Thanks, Primus!
9. 4:38 FCC: “asshole” ***weebly jangly tremble and poppy bass, slow and freaky. Totally true, though.
10. 2:03 **slow, nice drum riff, no real bottom end – very psychedelic, almost late-Beatles-y. Almost painfully sawed bass. 10 seconds silence at end.
11. 2:59 FCC: “shove it up your ass” ***big electric guitar, downtempo funky stomp, smarmy vocals.
12. 5:20 Barely discernable FCC: “shit” ***fade in to indecipherable chant and opera, then hyperactive bass and syncopation. Ends with almost 20 seconds of woobly fishtank filter or something.
13. 0:58 **jaunty, circus-y reprise of chorus to track 3, no drums.

Track Listing
1. Prelude To A Crawl   7. Jilly's On Smack
2. Hennepin Crawler   8. Lee Van Cleef
3. Last Salmon Man   9. Moron Tv
4. Eternal Consumption Engine   10. Green Ranger
5. Tragedy's A'comin'   11. Hoinfodaman
6. Eyes Of The Squirrel   12. Extinction Burst
  13. Salmon Men