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"C" Is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference Here) E.P.

"C" Is for (Please Insert Sophomoric Genitalia Reference Here) E.P.

November 10, 2009
4.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews

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If you like Puscifer already, then you probably have heard most of this album. The last two tracks on it are the only tracks not previously released on their website. The last track on the album is very much like a song A Perfect Circle would have put out and could have easily been included on Emotive. It's a good song just not like most of Maynard's work with Puscifer. The best song on the album is of course The Mission. This has been my favorite Puscifer song since I first heard it. My wife and I were lucky enough to get to see Puscifer perform their first 3 shows in Vegas for Valentines day weekend, and when Milla came out and sang The Mission it was definitely the highlight of the weekend. Anyway, I can't seem to get enough of Puscifer's music, and this album only makes things better. If you haven't heard any Puscifer music, this is a great place to start. If you want a sample first, just go to Puscifer's website they have all their music streaming for you listening pleasure. Enjoy!
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Puscifer's mucic is a far cry from Tool, a far cry from APC, but still different and good and amazing. The first time I heard Puscifer I was completely suprised. As a die hard Tool fan, it was unexpected. However, it has become a bit of an addiction for me, as it satisfies some other need in my little hamster driven mind. Trying to figure out what "you know who" is going to come up with next is a foregone effort; who knows. Im along for the ride. This EP has a couple live tracks with amazing sound quality, so dont let that throw you. I really dig these songs, either new to the Puscifer library or yet more remixey/live oddness. **update** Been listening for a couple days now,OK, I lied, I LOVE this EP...Id venture to say more than the "V". Amazeballs!
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Every song on this EP is fantastic. I'm a Tool fan, and I did enjoy APC's 13th Step very much, but I was resistant to trying Puscifer for some reason. I'm glad I gave in. Their sound is very different from Maynard's other work, and yet still clearly Maynard. I'm glad I started with this album.
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By Luda on November 14, 2009
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It's ok if you've never heard of Puscifer or Maynard James Keenan. This album [and this band] is for anyone who welcomes wit and enjoys experimental or dramatic theatrical music. Expect a random blend of poetry, sarcastic humor, and a casual vibe. For a good sampling of Puscifer music, visit the official website at [...]and listen to the free podcast that features several of the tracks on this release. A titillating experience, to say the least ;)

For those of you on the Tool/APC/MJK band wagon .. keep in mind that this is a beast of another kind. If you're looking for all the weight and intensity that comes with Tool / APC, please stand by for their upcoming albums [rumors!]. Puscifer is meant to be enjoyed lightly. Put all expectations aside and have a good time.

For you sinful nonvirgin Puscies: 3 new tracks, 2 live performances, 1 song with Milla Jovovich. WORTH IT.
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I hate to say it but I've been well aware of Puscifer for quite a long time. When V is for V***** came out, I wasn't sold, there were a couple catchy and interesting tracks that I dug, but I just didn't really get it. Well thankfully a friend of mine invited me to the SLC show just last week and I attended with much interest and anticipation. They were promoting this EP and for me it was my first exposure to the new material. It was so weird because seeing them live and hearing the new material, I got it, and I am completely obsessed with this new material, and I get the whole Puscifer mindset, it was like a light switch. Listen kids, this EP is well worth the price, every single song here is unique. The Mission is my favorite track here, and I find myself singing it in my head and listening it throughout the day. The big switch in tempo with Polar Bear is really sweet, and the live stuff and variation of Momma Sed and Vagina Mine are fantastic. They really mixed it well. The last two tracks Potions and The Humbling River is like others have said, there is a hint of APC, or perhaps it's just Keenans sensitive side showing a bit. I've made a few musical purchases this year and this is right there at the top of the list.
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I am biased, having loved everything Maynard has done since I first heard tool in 1993. I, however, didn't know what to expect with this one. I thought the first puscifer single "country boner" was awesome, The album "V is for vagina" was good, The remix album "...viagra" was o..k.., so along comes this new EP. I WAS BLOWN AWAY. GREAT BEATS. MAYNARD REALLY SHOWCASED HIS VOICE, as opposed to the lo-fi growl of the last two & the "m is for milla" version of the mission was really good as well. Buy this & you will not be dissapointed!
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By J. on March 19, 2012
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As a side-project of Maynard James Keenan, Puscifer has been nothing if not polarizing. Like many, I started out, at very least, a bit confused by what I heard on their early E.P.'s. The sound was raw, but beyond that, it seemed unfocused - more of an experiment in sound than a real attempt to make "listenable" music.

As others have said, that changes with this E.P. While it still sounds nothing like TOOL or APC (nor should it), it does finally sound like Maynard James Keenan with his musical genius intact. While the stream of releases from Puscifer that included little new material and endless remixes might have seemed like an attempt to cash-in, I find myself appreciating them far more now, as it feels as if we were given an inside look at the evolution of a sound and concept, which finally reaches it's potential on this E.P. Of the six tracks presented here, "Potions" and "The Humbling River" are the standouts - beautiful and haunting, raw in their sound yet polished in their production and presentation.

"C is for.." is finally the Puscifer E.P. that I feel comfortable saying any Keenan fan should have in their collection.
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