I tend to love anything Tim, Ler, or Les records. They could poo in a 1 track tape recorder and I would probably buy it. This record was interesting, but I don't think it should've been recorded under the Primus name. It feels more like a Claypool side project - doesn't mean it's bad, just different. Primus rocks like none other and the energy, grooves, and build of the other albums are levels above this album... In my opinion. Seeing this live, you can see the other percussive side of Tim, and a different creative side of Ler and Les, but the energy level drops way down. I'd prefer to hear them rip and tear. I do believe Primus is the greatest band alive, but don't find this to be one of my favorite albums. Can't wait to hear what they do next!