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Primus - Green Naugahyde FLAC
  • Performer Primus
  • Title Green Naugahyde
  • Date of release 13 Sep 2011
  • Country US
  • Style Art Rock, Avantgarde, Experimental, Funk Metal
  • Label Prawn Song, ATO Records
  • Catalog number 88088217501, ATO0113
  • Other formats 2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Green Transparent CD, Album
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 2517 mb
  • Size FLAC 2000 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 149


Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – LaLonde
2Salmon Men0:58
3Last Salmon Man
Music By, Lyrics By – Claypool
4Moron TV
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, LaLonde, Claypool
5Moron TV
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, LaLonde, Claypool
6Eyes Of The Squirrel
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, Claypool
7Green Ranger
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, Claypool
8Eternal Consumption Engine
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – LaLonde
9Eternal Consumption Engine
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – LaLonde
10Lee Van Cleef
Music By, Lyrics By – Claypool
11Tragedy's A'Comin'
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, LaLonde, ClaypoolRecorded By [Live Section Recorded By] – Jason Mills
12Prelude To A Crawl
Music By – Claypool
13Extinction Burst
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, LaLonde, Claypool
14Jilly's On Smack
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – LaLonde, Claypool
15Prelude To A Crawl
Music By – Claypool
16Green Ranger
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, Claypool
17Hennepin Crawler
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – Lane, LaLonde, Claypool
18Salmon Men
Music By, Lyrics By – Claypool
Lyrics By – ClaypoolMusic By – LaLonde


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PSR-0019-2Primus Green Naugahyde ‎(CD, Album)Prawn SongPSR-0019-2UK, Europe & US2011
nonePrimus Green Naugahyde ‎(13xFile, MP3, Album, VBR)Prawn SongnoneUnknown
1733-2Primus Green Naugahyde ‎(CD, Album)RGS Music1733-2Argentina2012
ATO0113Primus Green Naugahyde ‎(CD, Album, Dig)ATO Records, Prawn SongATO0113US2011
880882-1750-2Primus Green Naugahyde ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Prawn Song880882-1750-2Canada2011


  • Design, LayoutZoltron
  • DrumsJay Lane
  • Guitar [Guitars]Larry LaLonde
  • Illustration [Astronaut]Zombie Yeti
  • Lacquer Cut ByWG
  • ManagementBrad Sands, Leanne Lajoie, Red Light Management
  • Mastered ByStephen Marcussen
  • Photography By [Photos]Tod Brilliant
  • Producer, EngineerLes Claypool
  • Vocals, BassLes Claypool


Released in a shrink-wrapped gatefold cover, with a sticker affixed on the shrink-wrap.
The gatefold includes a printed insert, containing the credits and lyrics, and the CD version of the album, housed in a plain white paper sleeve.

[Back cover, Vinyl & CD labels]
℗&© 2011 Prawn Song Records under exclusive license in North America to ATO Records, LLC.
Manufactured and distributed in the United States by Red Distribution, LLC.

[Printed Insert]
Sturgeon (BMI)
Recorded At Rancho Relaxo Studio
Mastered […] For Marcussen Mastering, Hollywood, CA
Management: […] For Redlight Management […], Los Angeles, CA


  • Barcode (As printed): 8 80882 17501 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 880882175016
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): 88088 217501/ATO-1113-A WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): 88088 217501/ATO-1113-B WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C, etched): 88088 217501/ATO-1113-C WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D, etched): 88088 217501/ATO-1113-D WG/NRP ⓤ
  • Other (Category on CD): 88088217502
  • Matrix / Runout (CD, Variant 1): 2031392 01
  • Matrix / Runout (CD, Variant 2): 10/03/2011 04:59:35 AM #56454 2031392 01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD, Variant 1): IFPI LN08
  • Mastering SID Code (CD, Variant 2): IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code (CD, Variant 1): IFPI J102
  • Mould SID Code (CD, Variant 2): IFPI JI21
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Recorded At – Rancho Relaxo
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Prawn Song Records
  • Copyright (c) – Prawn Song Records
  • Licensed To – ATO Records, LLC
  • Manufactured By – RED Distribution, LLC
  • Distributed By – RED Distribution, LLC
  • Published By – Sturgeon
  • Mastered At – Marcussen Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Nashville Record Productions
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing



Green Naugahyde is the seventh studio album by rock group Primus, released by ATO Records and Prawn Song on September 12, 2011 in Europe, and on September 13, 2011 in the United States. It is the band's first album since 1999's Antipop, and features their first new material since 2003's Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People EP. It is the only Primus album to feature Jay Lane on drums, as he left the band in September 2013. Green Naugahyde. Your Rating. Primus - Green Naugahyde review: Fans should expect nothing less from a group that consistently references beef, cheese and mud. I find myself barely scraping my coherent thought to mention the band's irreverent humor and creative landmarks such as Sailing the Seas of Cheese and Pork Soda. The very strangeness of forcing myself to write a full scale review on their return album has led me through an unending torture of deleting introductory paragraphs. Well screw it, because I can simply state that Green Naugahyde is a clusterf ck of amusement. How else can I simplify it . Album 2011 13 Songs. Hard Rock free to Primus Green Naugahyde Prelude To A Crawl, Hennepin Crawler and more. 13 tracks 50:31. Green Naugahyde is the seventh studio album by alternative rock group Primus, released by ATO Records and Prawn Song on September 12, 2011 in Europe, and on September 13, 2011 in the United States. It marks the band's first album since 1999's Antipop, and features their first new material since 2003's Animals Should Not Try to Act Like People EP. The bands latest album, Green Naugahyde,' comes some 20-plus years since Primus first full-length - and 11 years since their most recent release. By now, the bands musicianship needs no improvement. On Green Naugahyde, the lyrics are as satisfyingly odd as ever, with menacing background harmonies and Claypools trademark fretless bass, so precise and natural it'll surely send aspiring bass players back into their rooms to practice a bit more. Song titles are as whimsical and comical as the tunes themselves: Prelude to a Crawl, Jillys on Smack, Eternal Consumption Engine, Eyes of the Squirrel' and the single Tragedys AComin'. The new album is entitled Green Naugahyde. Primus will be hitting the road in support of the new album - headlining their own shows, festivals Hangout, Bonnaroo, All Good Festival and playing legendary venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 3rd with old friends The Flaming Lips. Primus formed in the late '80s in Northern California, releasing their first album, Suck On This, in 1989. They Signed to Caroline Records and released the now-classic Frizzle Fry in 1990. Moron TV. Green Ranger. Extinction Burst. Salmon Men. Buy this album. Learn more. Other productions from Primus. The Desaturating Seven. Primus & the Chocolate Factory with the Fungi Ensemble. Released September 12, 2011. Green Naugahyde Tracklist. Prelude to a Crawl Lyrics. Green Naugahyde is the seventh offering from Californian Funk Metal outfit Primus. Released by Prawn Song Records on 12 September 2011, the records title is a reference to the lyrics from Lee Van Cleef a fantastically upbeat track detailing friends watching flicks featuring Western stars Clint Eastwood and the late Cleef at a drive-in whilst in a yellow Studebaker with an interior of green Naugahyde. Green Naugahyde Q&A

Talk about Primus - Green Naugahyde

gorgeous double green lp on 45 rpm i put it on the first time on 33 1/3 and ooo boy that sounded bad, lols. Also comes with the cd in a paper sleeve
Bought brand new. Came warped and sounded like shit. Oh well atleast it came with free cd
good album but my copy came a bit warped and skips on the outer grooves.
Out of curiosity did anyone else when they purchased this album new have "45 RPM" written on the labels with a Green . Marker? A friend and myself picked up the LP the same day but mine had that written on the labels, would like to find out why its there (cause it already says it at the bottom of the label) or if anyone else has a copy like this.
I love this album, and think it is a great return to form for Primus. However, I have purchased two copies now from completely different sources only to find the second disc so badly warped that it is totally unplayable. Anyone else have this problem? Wondering if I should keep trying.
I have the same problem, but this is the first record! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjv_mXa2kC4
Nowhere near one of Primus' best efforts, "Green Naugahyde" is a reminder of the importance and lasting effects that the chemistry between band members has on the songwriting process, and also of the disastrous consequences that one fundamental band member leaving can have on a great band like Primus.I think this album is flat (production- and performance-wise), boring and completely uninspired. Primus on this record are a shadow of their former selves, and it's really a shame. Tim Alexander's absence is evident like never before: Brain Mantia was a worthy replacement, but just never stood a chance when compared to Tim's authority, especially in the composing department. Same, or more, goes for Jay Lane on this record. His monotone, repetitive, utterly boring delivery makes my hopes for a fun record to listen to drown to unfathomable depths, after the interesting EP "Animals Should Not Try..." had partially fixed the mess left behind by the stink-bomb that was "Antipop".The songs on this album literally march at the same pace for the record's whole duration, like a group of aimless, brainwashed soldiers walking one after the other off the edge of a cliff for no apparent reason. There's no fun, no funk and no fuzz left in Primus' sound as shown on Green Naugahyde, so I suggest we dust off their early stuff and listen to that instead. I'm sure we won't regret it.
Good review. Too bad you didnt like Antipop though. It grew on me and now i love it! This album though has mediocre high points at best. Songs like Jillys on Smack are ok but definitely not great.
This album is great. Age has not stopped Primus from putting together a really memorable, cohesive record, from start to finish. As with all good Primus, it's goofy at times, which is not a knock on it at all. The production is perhaps a bit low & overdone, but it works well, especially with Les Claypool's bass parts. The vocals range from from soulful to goofy to downright creepy, which keeps things interesting. Standouts include Eternal Consumption Engine, Hoinfodaman, Eyes of the Squirrel, Lee Van Cleef, and Jilly's On Smack.As for the vinyl itself, the translucent green looks fairly cool, and the album art is very well done--it looks like something out of a children's I Spy book. The CD is a nice bonus, and it has a neat, green pattern as well.
My copy of this was a bit shite... the hi-pitched sounds are really harsh and kind of "stand out" of the mix. The Hi-Hat in particular is the problem... it sounds kind of harsh/distorted/nasty. Is this a fault with my copy, or have other people noticed the same issue? I've tried listening on a couple of different decks and with different headphones so that's not the problem. I'm pretty sure it's the vinyl. I still rated this 5/5 as it's a killer album, but I'm sadly not enjoying the vinyl as much as I do the CD, which is PLAIN WRONG!
Same issue with my pressing. Hihats sound harsh on different decks and different cartridges.
I noticed the issue with the Hi-Hats too, it is especially noticable on "Green Ranger".
Maybe you need to check and re-adjust the needle weight and anti-skating on your player.
Probably bad mastering or no mastering done for vinyl.