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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    Just got tickets to this (and Elton John... yeah, varied taste lol) this morning. Really looking forward to hearing some of the new album songs!
    Hey, I got Elton tix too!

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    Two of my favorite bands touring together..doesn't get much better than this for me. I wish they were coming to Wisconsin, but I'll be at that Chicago show for sure.

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    will prolly attend this tour down in Asbury Park.

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    Anddddddddddddd I bought my ticket. Bit higher than I wanted to spend but it'll be worth it.

    I did the pit.

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    Beanpole Announce Unreleased LP + Share Track
    On Rolling Stone

    All My Kin Out 8/31 On Sean Lennon’s Chimera Music


    Mysterious Lost 1980s Recording Includes Members Of Primus
    LISTEN & SHARE: Beanpole - "Farmer Loved An Onion"
    Rolling Stone has announced Beanpole's unreleased LP and shared the single "Farmer Loved An Onion". The LP, 'All My Kin', which features members of Primus and Spent Poets, will be out 8/31 on Chimera Music.

    When speaking about the song, guitarist Larry LaLonde says, "To get the vibe of recording a Beanpole song, you have to place yourself in a secluded farm valley full of mutant hillbillies trying to recreate melodies that were found on a broken record of Disneyland ride music."

    As for the album, Chimera Music's Sean Lennon states, "It's a concept album for post-modern America. It chronicles the epic tale of Chicken Boy and his dangerously interrelated family. Years of isolation have resulted in the birth of a child who is part man and part poultry. Despite obvious adoration for their uniquely feathered offspring, having fallen upon hard times they consider the unthinkable: will Chicken Boy be sacrificed to feed his hungry family?" Bassist Les Claypool adds, "If Fellini, Dali, and Captain Kangaroo got together in their teens and ate peyote, this is the album they would have recorded."



    All My Kin is the strange and somewhat unbelievable album collecting the music of an artist by the name of Beanpole. “Starving artist” must have been their mode of recording as stories of farming, eating, and disfigured animal-human hybrids course throughout the record. Very little is known about Beanpole, but it is widely recognized by collectors that most of the music originated from the late 1980s and early 1990s. Some sources maintain Beanpole is still active, although evidence remains unsubstantiated.

    Primus’ Les Claypool claims he attempted to release a decade’s worth of Beanpole recordings on his Prawn Song label in the ‘90s. We’re told that the tracks were delivered to the mastering studio on worn-out cassette tapes and dusty DATs. As legend has it, when Claypool played the mastered tracks to his distributor, the response from company executives was poor. As a result, Claypool was summarily dismissed from his business relationship with the distribution company, effectively ending his label. For nearly 20 years thereafter, the tracks were to remain forgotten.

    Fast forward to 2016 when Claypool was touring with Sean Lennon as The Claypool Lennon Delirium. Les played the old, neglected recordings to Sean, who decided that the world was finally ready for Beanpole!
    Tracklisting - All My Kin
    1. His Name Is Beanpole
    2. Chicken Boy
    3. Cousins
    4. Supper Time!
    5. Farmer Loved An Onion
    6. Lunch Time!
    7. Pumpkin Pickin' Time
    8. Grandma
    9. Sponge Boy
    10. Midnight Snack!
    11. Embryo
    12. Judge Wapner
    13. Monkey Boy
    14. Children In Your Garden
    15. Dinner Time!


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    Ecstatic to be seeing Primus again in less than two weeks! This will be my 4th time seeing them, the first being Wakarusa 2012.
    I was admittedly late to the Les Claypool party so it's no surprise this Beanpole project was way under my radar. Seems absolutely bizarre, I look forward to hearing more

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    Wow just got back from the Detroit show and they played their Peter Gabriel Intruder cover from the Miscellaneous Debris EP with Mastodon's drummer. Never ever expected to hear that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    Wow just got back from the Detroit show and they played their Peter Gabriel Intruder cover from the Miscellaneous Debris EP with Mastodon's drummer. Never ever expected to hear that one.
    Lucky!

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    Pre orders are up for several vinyl reissues

    -Pork Soda
    -Brown Album
    -Tales From The Punchbowl
    -Miscellaneous Debris
    -Antipop
    -Rhinoplasty
    -Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People

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    Tales from the Punchbowl is the only thing I might jump on, but what's up with the new cover art? It's probably better than the original, but still. I've already got non color versions of the rest (besides the covers albums obviously, and Antipop but the less I think of that album, the better)

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    Quote Originally Posted by halo eighteen View Post
    Tales from the Punchbowl is the only thing I might jump on, but what's up with the new cover art? It's probably better than the original, but still. I've already got non color versions of the rest (besides the covers albums obviously, and Antipop but the less I think of that album, the better)
    Looking at the thumbnail with no text I wouldn't have even known that was the album.

    Might grab Pork Soda, Tales from the Punchbowl and Animals Should Not Try To Act Like People.

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    big fan of four foot shack
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    Round 1
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    They are coming to my hometown next year, i'm not sure if i'm going yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by henryeatscereal View Post
    They are coming to my hometown next year, i'm not sure if i'm going yet
    Go

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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    Go
    Ok, lol

    It's not that i don't want to, but now i'm broke after 2 straight NIN concerts and the Black Friday, but i sure would like to watch them again!

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    This album is so so good. Only listened twice so far, but it hit all the right notes on those 2 listens. I loved their first album and played the hell out of it when it came out, but I think this one might be even better. Gotta spend some more time with it before I make that call though
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    Im not the biggest Primus aficionado, could someone help me with time stamps so I can split this up properly? If anyone wants a copy, ill hook you up after I track it out.

    2018.10.04 The District, Sioux Falls SD
    01 Clown Dream (Intro)
    02 Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers
    03 Last Salmon Man
    04 Too Many Puppies
    05 Sgt. Baker
    06 Frizzle Fry
    07 The Valley
    08 The Seven
    09 The Trek
    10 The Scheme
    11 The Dream
    12 The Storm
    13 The Ends?
    14 Welcome to This World
    15 My Name is Mud
    16 Jerry Was a Race Car Driver
    17 Wynona's Big Brown Beaver
    18 Southbound Pachyderm
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    Quote Originally Posted by imail724 View Post
    This album is so so good. Only listened twice so far, but it hit all the right notes on those 2 listens. I loved their first album and played the hell out of it when it came out, but I think this one might be even better. Gotta spend some more time with it before I make that call though
    I just discovered it, and JESUS, Sean Lennon sounds like his dad.

    i also came across this. Good god, i would have died.

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    /\/\
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post


    NOVEMBER
    2 Explore Asheville Arena, Asheville, NC
    3 PNC Arena, Raleigh, NC
    5 Salem Civic Center, Salem, VA
    6 Giant Center, Hershey, PA
    8 Mass Mutual Center, Springfield, MA
    9 Madison Square Garden, New York, NY
    11 KFC Yum Center, Louisville, KY
    12 Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH
    14 TaxSlayer Arena, Moline, IL
    15 Denny Sanford Center, Sioux Falls, SD
    17 Fargodome, Fargo, ND
    18 CHI Health Center, Omaha, NE
    20 Broadmore Arena, Colorado Springs, CO
    22 Rimrock Arena, Billings, MT
    24 Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA
    26 Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
    27 MGM Arena, Las Vegas, NV
    30 The Forum, Los Angeles, CA
    This was already posted in the threads for Slayer and Ministry, but I figured it's just as relevant here.

    I might travel from KS to catch one of these dates! It would be my 5th Primus date & my first time seeing Ministry! (Bummed I missed their tour with Chelsea Wolfe) and what the hell, we might even stick around for a couple Slayer tunes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soma View Post
    This was already posted in the threads for Slayer and Ministry, but I figured it's just as relevant here.

    I might travel from KS to catch one of these dates! It would be my 5th Primus date & my first time seeing Ministry! (Bummed I missed their tour with Chelsea Wolfe) and what the hell, we might even stick around for a couple Slayer tunes!
    I'll be at MSG for my 14th Primus show and 2nd Ministry show!

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    Still can't believe this is actually coming to Sioux falls! Just got our GA tickets today, it will be my 2nd time seeing both Slayer and Primus, and 3rd seeing Ministry!

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