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ShatteredFlame 02-10-2012 12:23 PM

Primus -- New York, NY -- February 9th, 2012
(source: setlist.fm)
Venue: Gramercy Theater

Set 1:
To Defy the Laws of Tradition
Moron TV
Frizzle Fry
Eternal Consumption Engine
The Toys Go Winding Down
Tommy the Cat

Set 2:
Prelude to a Crawl
Hennepin Crawler
Golden Boy
Mr. Knowitall
Seas of Cheese
Jilly's on Smack
The Pressman
Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
My Name Is Mud

Lee Van Cleef
John the Fisherman

(I didn't actually attend, i just thought some may be interested since this was suppose to be a special benefit concert at a small venue.)

adamclark52 02-10-2012 05:16 PM

Both these sets are awesome but I have to say I like Brooklyn's better, it has three of my all-time favorite Primus songs; [I]Over the Electric Grapevine, Southbound Pachyderm[/I] and [I]Pudding Time[/I]. This one does get points for having [I]Frizzle Fry, Toys Go Winding Down, the Pressman, Bob[/I] and a better opener in [I]To Defy the Laws of Tradition[/I].

Coma323 02-11-2012 11:37 AM

I only went to this show and after looking at the Brooklyn set I prefer this one since there's more songs that I haven't seen. I thought it was weird they played Seas of Cheese w/o Here Come the Bastards though.

Also since the first set looks "short", most of the songs had extended/jams to them.

adamclark52 02-11-2012 06:49 PM

I saw them in early '98 and they opened with [I]Seas of Cheese[/I] and went into [I]Coddingtown [/I](another song with the stand-up bass), that was cool. But yeah, I listened to Seas of Cheese so many times that it feels natural to go into [I]Here Come the Bastards[/I] after the title track.

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