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Southbound Pachyderm (6:22)

"Southbound Pachyderm" is a song by Primus, from their album Tales from the Punchbowl. The song is dominated by Larry LaLonde's guitar playing and a droning bass line by Les Claypool. The unedited album version of the song is six minutes and twenty three, with a long instrumental intro.

Released: 1995 Genre: Length: 6:22 Label: Interscope Writer(s): Claypool/LaLonde/Alexander Producer: Primus

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Primus - Southbound Pachyderm Lyrics


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  • Awesome song.
  • Bad. Ass.
  • Absolutely love his voice on this track, this may be one of the gloomiest Primus tracks.
  • Almost certainly my favourite Primus track. Amazing.
  • See him ? Soaring across the sky,tilt from side to side as he effortlessly keeps his flight plan on true throught the sky,heading South.
  • that kick drum sounds lush. and the cymbal at 1.34......mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
  • haha looking so much forward to see them in ten days!!
  • 1:04......those drums, man. UNF.
  • Epic.
  • I wish I could love this song 5 million times.

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