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Old 02-10-2012, 12:23 PM
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Primus -- New York, NY -- February 9th, 2012

(source: setlist.fm)
Venue: Gramercy Theater

Set 1:
To Defy the Laws of Tradition
Fisticuffs
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
Bob
My Name Is Mud

Encore:
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.)
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Old 02-10-2012, 05:16 PM
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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; Over the Electric Grapevine, Southbound Pachyderm and Pudding Time. This one does get points for having Frizzle Fry, Toys Go Winding Down, the Pressman, Bob and a better opener in To Defy the Laws of Tradition.
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Old 02-11-2012, 11:37 AM
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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.
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Old 02-11-2012, 06:49 PM
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I saw them in early '98 and they opened with Seas of Cheese and went into Coddingtown (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 Here Come the Bastards after the title track.
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