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Miscellaneous Debris is an EP of five cover songs by Primus, originally released on March 12, 1992. The EP is the first release by the band to feature Les Claypool playing his now-famous fretless six-string Carl Thompson bass, nicknamed the "Rainbow Bass".
"What makes this 5-song EP of covers Primus's best release is the material. For once, Les Claypool's crew plays actual songs instead of sketching out a few ideas as an excuse for jamming. As a result, Miscellaneous Debris isn't as weird and alienating as previous albums, and often their reinterpretations -- from the clever ribbing of XTC's 'Making Plans for Nigel' and Pink Floyd's 'Have A Cigar' to the relatively respectful readings of The Meters, the Residents and Peter Gabriel's 'Intruder' -- show flashes of brilliance, largely due to the loose yet focused musicianship." - AllMusic
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2. Making Plans For Nigel
3. Sinister Exaggerator
1. Tippi Toes
2. Have A Cigar