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Monday, October 31, 2011

Photos: Primus and Les Claypool Bring an Oddity Faire to the Greek

Posted By on Mon, Oct 31, 2011 at 9:32 AM

Primus at the Greek Theatre on Saturday. - CALIBREE PHOTOGRAPHY
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  • Primus at the Greek Theatre on Saturday.


Omar Rodriguez Lopez

Vau De Vire

Extra Action Marching Band

Oct. 29, 2011

Greek Theatre, Berkeley

The Extra Action Marching Band started Saturday's Oddity Faire off with a furry, interactive performance, eventually dancing its way through the crowd. Vau De Vire was up next, with beauties doing death-defying trapeze, and ribbon and fire dancers. Omar Rodriquez Lopez opened up for the headliner, Primus, which kept fans singing along to "Jerry was a Racecar Driver" and many of the band's enormous hits, all the while the guests screamed "Primus sucks!" And of course the band showed us different. All photos by Calibree photography; setlist after the jump.

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Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers

Duchess and the Proverbial Mind Spread

The Pressman

Jerry Was A Race Car Driver

My Name Is Mud

Over the Electric Grapevine

Prelude to a Crawl

Hennepin Crawler

Last Salmon Man

Eternal Consumption Engine

Tragedy's a' Comin'

Eyes of the Squirrel

Jilly's on Smack

Lee Van Cleef

Moron TV

Green Ranger


Extinction Burst

Salmon Men


Tommy the Cat

Wynona's Big Brown Beaver

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