Sailing The Seas Of Cheese
Sailing The Seas Of Cheese
Sailing The Seas Of Cheese

Sailing The Seas Of Cheese

Product ID : 2557169

Galleon Product ID 2557169
UPC / ISBN 606949165925
Shipping Weight 0.18 lbs
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Model 2076373
Manufacturer INTERSCOPE
Shipping Dimension 5.47 x 4.88 x 0.35 inches
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Sailing The Seas Of Cheese Features

  • Primus - Sailing The Sea Of Cheese - CD Brand New

About Sailing The Seas Of Cheese

Amazon.com Opening with the creaky sounds of a ship at sea, Sailing charts the funk-punk waters the San Francisco Bay area band returns to again and again. It's all here: the acerbic humor, Les Claypool's gurgling fretless bass lines, Larry LaLonde's seasick metal guitar, and Tim Alexander's Bill Bruford-inspired syncopation. The narrator of "Sgt. Baker" aims to "rape your personality," while the reapers of the "American Life" live out their dreams "residing in a cardboard box." Tom Waits makes a cameo on the funky back-alley tale "Tommy the Cat," and the protagonist of "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" has "too many cold beers one night" and "wraps himself around a telephone pole." Primus concert fave "Those Damned Blue Collar Tweakers" helps round out this bizarre prog-punk masterpiece. --James Rotondi Product Description In a restoration personally overseen by Les Claypool, Primus' acclaimed release Sailing The Seas Of Cheese has been newly mixed in stereo for the first time since it's 1991 debut. Released in May of 1991, Sailing The Seas Of Cheese was Primus' second studio album and major label debut, featuring the singles "Jerry Was A Race Car Driver," "Tommy The Cat" (with Tom Waits voicing Tommy The Cat), and "Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers." The music videos for "Jerry Was A Race Car Driver" and "Tommy The Cat".