Primus – Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People (2003/2021)
FLAC (tracks) 24bit/192kHz | Time – 28:14 minutes | 1,05 GB | Genre: Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Interscope
Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People is a bonus EP by American band Primus, released on October 7, 2003, to accompany their career-retrospective DVD of the same name. The title was inspired by a crayon-made story book written by guitarist Larry LaLonde’s son, and the cover depicts a sculpture made by long-time Primus collaborator Lance “Link” Montoya. The EP features five new songs written and recorded specifically for the release.
Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People shows the return of drummer Tim Alexander to the lineup, who had previously left the band in 1996. He joins Claypool and LaLonde in performing on the EP. Claypool has claimed that two of the five new songs on the EP were written within the first 45 minutes of the lineup working together again, and “Pilcher’s Squad” was said to have been written and recorded within a single afternoon. This is also the only Primus release to feature one of the band’s earliest drummers, Tim “Curveball” Wright, filmed performing “Sgt. Baker”.
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