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4 stars The first album of Primus I heard, and really the only one I fell to like alot. Primus is a band that I adore for their genious bass guitar (me being a lover of the bass guitar), but the style is something I was never able to obsess over like many others I know. I was given Frizzle Fry by my uncle and when I heard it, him telling me it was a great album I held it in high expectations, and after listening to it several times I'd have to say it's one of the least disapointing albums. It's a good listen. Once I believed I like them I got thier other albums like Pork Soda, Sailing the Seas of Cheese. Sadly none of htem were that great, not to compare them to this album, that would be unfair, they weren't that great as single albums. Frizzle Fry, on the other hand is Primus' finest works with plenty of Prog attributes to the album, unlike their other albums. If your interested in Primus, then get this album it's good, if you think they're okay. You can't really be disapointed with this album. Good songs on the album, Mr. Know-It-All, Too Many Puppies, Pudding Time, Frizzle Fry, To Defy the Laws of Tradition, Groundhogs Day, and plenty plenty more. Thier short 30 second interludes are good, and the album is altogether an excellent addition to any prog collection. 4/5 stars, it's a good listen from a band like Primus.
Xeroth | 4/5 |


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