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3 stars While this album has all of the things that made me love Primus in the past, there also seems to be something missing, and I can't quite place it. The band still sounds like the result of throwing The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Residents and Captain Beefheart in a blender, and I still enjoy listening to this album, it just doesn't affect me the way the earlier albums do. Maybe it's Metallica's James Hetfield snd the other guests who make this album too "Normal", I don't know.

But still, Les Claypool's savagely slapped bass and Larry LaLonde's wild guitar are always a good reason to celebrate.

Evolver | 3/5 |


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