Top Ten Primus SongsThey're my favorite so I thought I would make this list.
Great song, but anybody that thinks this is their best is delusional or uninformed. Its good but check out Frizzle Fry and Sailing the Seas for the gems.
The raw simplistic contagiousness of the bass line combined with the unabashed cold-blooded-ness of the lyrics makes this one hauntingly legendary.
This is a classic. The bass at the beginning is one of the best ever in the history of music.
The grove with that base line and the drums as well as the f up lyrics make it magical!
How is this not better than john the fisherman? Like seriously its amazing! I heard it a long time ago though
Dog will hunt
Les claypool's bass playing on this song is fantastic on it's own, but one of life's great mysteries is how he plays and sings it at the same time.
Incredible song. And It's even more amazing live with the extended guitar and bass solos, and always going into an epic jam!
This song shows the best in Les, Ler, and Tim. A great guitar solo, an awesome bass line, and a cool drum track.
Definitely my favourite thanks to the bass, as well ass the general groove that the song provides.
This song is number 1 for two reasons. One Les Claypools bass part and 2 lery lalondes guitar riff during the verses.
I love this song
Fun, obscure, upbeat, nonsensical, quirky, this song is the best song to cheer anyone up.
Strange western influences in this song, Larry Lalonde is very underrated!
Beaver is just to quick, grabbed my by my kiwis now I ain't pissed for a week...
The best by far! Love it! Very tight and polished track beats!
This song is so good that Korn had to copy the intro. I love this song because even though the metaphor may seem silly it perfectly conveys his message.
Too many puppies are being shot in the dark...
Maybe the best song ever made.
A lot of energy! Strong text
It's catchy, and it demonstrates how awesome Les Claypool is, and how down to earth he is compared to other artists out there.
Awesome song, super sick
Look, I'm not a primus fan and I don't like their music but I can't deny that this is a good song. It's got everything from the killer bass to the guitar shred and the lyrics. This is the only primus track I like and it's for a good reason
It doesn't sound like Primus, but it's a perfect song. The vocals, the BASS, and the guitar solos in the background. Soft and powerful. Amazing.
Just a flawless track overall, I could listen to it all day and not be annoyed by it, my favourite Primus song!
Soft and wonderful. The sound is not really classic Primus, but it's AMAZING and still original.
Have to listen to it live to fully appreciate it! One of the overlooked songs compared to their most well known hits but still one of the best
The best Primus song in my opinion Les Claypool plays the bass amazingly in this song.Larry Lalonde and Tim Alexander play there instruments amazingly as well.I believe this song and Bob are the two quintessintial Primus songs.
Really couldn't choose one song to vote, but this is one of my favorite and cannot be down here. Old Primus are the best.
Yeah it's really amazing, though I do prefer American life. Plus the music video... Damn.
One of Primus's darkest pieces. Great bassline all throughout, but nearing the end the bassline becomes incredibly powerful.
The guitar that kicks in at 3:40 over the bass riff is as good as it gets.
Anyone who plays bass can hear this line and appreciate it. Easy to learn, hard to master. Still trying to figure it out.
Great dull bass, love it. Primus really does have quite an acquired taste. Marmite if you will
I don't like many songs by them (so far), but this one is amazing. The bassline is one of the best I've ever heard
Tasty banjo intro, then nice groove with light lyrics about fishing. And after this part, a long, excellent bass solo follows. This song finishes with a repetition of the chorus. They really nailed it, as usual.
Someone said that this could be interpeted as waking up on your boat (the soft banjo), then turning on the motor and start your day fishing (harsh low bass sound of the verses, with the lyrics about fishing), then catching a big fish (sounds of fishing right beofre the solo), then the struggle with that heavy fish (crazy bass solo with lots of slides, as if the fish was being pulled up and was pulling down), but is finally thumped at the end (bass thump), and everyone is happy (repetition of the chorus). It's a nice interpretation. Primus are musical geniuses.
I love this song so much. Their best after My Name Is Mud and the best song in Sailing The Seas of Cheese. Such a dark and mysterious masterpiece.
This song is awesomly psychedelic!
The intro part with drum roll makes me fly away each time I hear it
Amazing song. Highlights everyone well.
Such a unique and solid bass line, combined with a very climactic chorus, make this a favorite primus song in my book. Not to mention the high speed bass solo in after the first chorus. An impressive composition overall.
My favourite by a good stretch, superb basslines, great dynamic changes, trippy music video and best of all great album.
This song is so catchy. I mean, they all are, but right now, I'd give this #1. Also, the video rules.
Sweet funk in the verses, sweet metal guitar in the chorus. Whats not to like?
You know a band made it big when they made the theme song to one of the most well known shows of all time.
"And whatever rhymes with eloquent" is one of my favorite out-of-context lyrics.
This is one of the coolest songs I've ever heard performed live. In my opinion the song is to short, I want more!
Clearly underrated on this website!
My personal favorite song by Primus, it's amazing!
Needs to be higher simply due to the pure funkiness to this song.
Not my favorite but it's so low I had to vote for it. Such a good song.
In my opinion definitely LaLonde's best work, it's just such a groovin' song.