Brown Album is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Primus. It was released on July 8, 1997. It was the band's first album with new drummer Bryan "Brain" Mantia, who replaced former drummer Tim Alexander. The album has received a mixed reception from critics and fans. Brown Album was the first Primus release to not feature drummer Tim Alexander and the first to feature Bryan "Brain" Mantia.
Glenn Brown, The Pornography of Death -Painting for Ian Curtis (copied from Floating Cities 1981 by Chris Foss), 1995. Glenn Brown, You Take My Place in This Showdown, 1996. Glenn Brown, The Loves of Shepherds (after Doublestar by Tony Roberts), 2000.
Lucky Boy. Glen Brown, Dave Barker.
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