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Primus - Blame It On The Fish



Primus Blame It On The Fish
Primus - Blame It On The Fish
(DVD) Prawn Song, 2006-10-17

Live performances include :
Mr. Krinkle
Jerry Was A Racecar Driver
Southbound Pachyderm
Deanza Jig
Over the Electric Grapevine
Hello Skinny
Nature Boy
Bob
Mary the Ice Cube
Pilcher's Squad
American Life
Mr. Knowitall

Info :
An abstract look at the 2003 Primus Tour de Fromage, "Blame It On the Fish" presents a surreal view of the band's triumphant return, including live performance footage, interview segments, candid behind the scences shots and intese visual imagery.

Years in the making, this DVD is not a typical concert film. "Blame It On the Fish" is a sensory adventure pushing the lmits of visual artistry. The main feature film is 70 minutes and is accompanied by over 90 minutes of bonus material. In addition to dozens of additional scenes, the extras also include a 30 minute futuristic documentary about the band set in the year 2065 and interviews with the 102 year old Les Claypool.
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