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Jerry Was A Race Car Driver

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Sailing The Seas Of Cheese by Primus

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Jerry Was A Race Car Driver

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Label: Interscope
A quirky mix of funk, thrash and Zappa-inspired progressive rock, 1991's Sailing the Seas of Cheese made it okay for nerdy intellectual types to dig heavy metal. Stylistically, the record belongs to a larger movement in late-1980s and early-'90s alternative rock, one based in California that also included Faith No More, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane's Addiction and, of course, the mysterious Buckethead. The maddeningly catchy "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" was the big MTV hit, but the record contains plenty more goofy fun that will keep you and your friends entertained for hours on end.

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A quirky mix of funk, thrash and Zappa-inspired progressive rock, 1991's Sailing the Seas of Cheese made it okay for nerdy intellectual types to dig heavy metal. Stylistically, the record belongs to a larger movement in late-1980s and early-'90s alternative rock, one based in California that also included Faith No More, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane's Addiction and, of course, the mysterious Buckethead. The maddeningly catchy "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" was the big MTV hit, but the record contains plenty more goofy fun that will keep you and your friends entertained for hours on end.

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About This Album

A quirky mix of funk, thrash and Zappa-inspired progressive rock, 1991's Sailing the Seas of Cheese made it okay for nerdy intellectual types to dig heavy metal. Stylistically, the record belongs to a larger movement in late-1980s and early-'90s alternative rock, one based in California that also included Faith No More, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jane's Addiction and, of course, the mysterious Buckethead. The maddeningly catchy "Jerry Was a Race Car Driver" was the big MTV hit, but the record contains plenty more goofy fun that will keep you and your friends entertained for hours on end.