The Weekly Weirdness and Updates

7 09 2008

I’ve been a huge Primus fan for years. With their quirky and oddly dark sound, they could be the soundtrack for my original vision of Southern Fried Weirdness (esp. "My Name is Mud," "John the Fisherman," "Diamondback Sturgeon," "Lacquerhead," and their version of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," for example). But this has got to be my favorite of their videos. It’s got elephants, a somewhat freaky steampunk feel, and claymation. What’s not to like?

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18 responses

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!

I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.

I should get my kid some Claypool.

-elf-

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
namfle

Almost halfway done! Insert words of encouragement here!
I’m not a big Primus fan, but I do enjoy a few of their songs, and I think Les Claypool is an amazing bassist. “My name is mud” is easily my favorite Primus song.
I should get my kid some Claypool.
-elf-

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.
If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

8 09 2008
southernweirdo

Like beer, Primus is definitely an acquired taste. At first it sounded like piss to me, too, but for some reason I kept coming back to hear it again. Perhaps it was because I was a bassist in high school and admired Claypool’s talent.

If your son’s a bassist, there’s no doubt he could learn a thing or two from Claypool.

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