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Tales From the Punchbowl The funk-fusion headaches Primus specializes in come off as stiff and stilted compared with the Tales From the Punchbowl's catchiest...Tales From the PunchbowlRock The funk-fusion headaches Primus specializes in come off as stiff and stilted compared with the Tales From the Punchbowl's catchiest...1995-06-09
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Tales From the Punchbowl

Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Interscope; Status: In Season

The funk-fusion headaches Primus specializes in come off as stiff and stilted compared with the Tales From the Punchbowl’s catchiest song, ”De Anza Jig,” a square dance about half-remembered girlfriends. Hearing Les Claypool thwap oppressive bass lines while rapping like a congested auctioneer isn’t nearly as entertaining as watching this trio fish for bass on MTV. B

Originally posted June 9 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT

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