The live album starts with a neat little cover of "YYZ"'s infamous Morse code introduction, before "John the Fisherman" interrupts the experience, all like "this ain't what you were expectin' to hear now, boy". And then the madness begins. Les' amazing bass riff plays through the whole song, while Larry LaLonde's crazy guitar licks and Herb's badass drumming follow behind.
"Groundhog's Day" takes a little break from all the insanity with a nice little cartoonish atmosphere. It goes on until the middle, where the music gets all crazy again. That's one of the most epic moments in Primus' music right there. Very rarely does their music give me chills like it does in this song.
"The Heckler" is one of my favorite Primus songs. It attacks its target (music show hecklers) in such an aggresive way, it's just badass. My favorite part is when the music stops and Les goes:
"It's just a matter of opinion."
"Pressman" is one of the weakest songs for me, but everybody seems to like it a lot, and I can see why. It does have a good solo, a good bass riff, a good everything, it just doesn't do it for me. But it's still an awesome song.
"Jellikit" is the best song on the album. If you're an artist of any kind, you definitely have wanted to know what the audience thinks of your work. You just want to satisfy them. You just want to entertain them. And this song expresses that frustration so well, at least for me. By the way, there's a rockin' drum solo in the middle of the song. When the song ends, you hear Les going "Thanks a lot! We're Primus, we suck." I don't know if they're being modest or just ironic.
"Tommy the Cat" is a classic. You shouldn't call yourself a Primus fan if you've never even heard of this song. The bass riff is simply insane, and Larry's guitar part is equally crazy. The song's lyrics are a perfect example of how cartoonish and weird is Primus's music. I wonder how Les can talk that fast while playing the bass at the same time...
"Pudding Time" is another overly-aggressive song, and I love every second of it. It's funky, heavy, super-intense, and has some great lyrics.
"Harold of the Rocks" is another song I don't really like but everybody does. It sounds a lot like a Red Hot Chili Peppers song, though, and I love that band. The slow part at the middle sounds cool too.
To end the album, we have the title track to Primus' best album ever, "Frizzle Fry". It's a good way to end the album. It has weird lyrics, awesome bass/guitar riffs, and a crazy fast section at the end. It's a perfect way to sum up the whole experience.
Every Primus fan should get this album. And then they should show it to other non-fans so they can become fans and get this album too.