Prawn Song Records - Catalogue - As An Independent Label

As An Independent Label

  • PSR-0001-2 - Colonel Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade - Live Frogs Set 1 (2001)
  • PSR-0002-2 - Colonel Les Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade - Live Frogs Set 2 (2001)
  • PSR-0003-2 - Primus - Suck On This (reissue, 2002)
  • PSR-0004-2 - Primus - Frizzle Fry (reissue, standard release, 2002)
  • PSR-0005-2 - The Les Claypool Frog Brigade - Purple Onion (standard release, 2002)
  • PSR-0006-2 - Colonel Claypool's Bucket of Bernie Brains - The Big Eyeball in the Sky (2004)
  • PSR-0007-2 - Primus - Hallucino-Genetics: Live 2004 (limited release, 2004)
  • PSR-0008-2 - Primus - Hallucino-Genetics: Live 2004 (standard release, 2004)
  • PSR-0009-2 - Gabby La La - Be Careful What You Wish For... (2005)
  • PSR-0010-2 - Les Claypool - 5 Gallons Of Diesel (2005)
  • PSR-0011-2 - Les Claypool - Of Whales and Woe (standard release, 2006)
  • PSR-0012-9 - Primus - Blame It on the Fish: An Abstract Look at the 2003 Primus Tour de Fromage (2006)
  • PSR-0013-9 - Les Claypool - Fancy (2007)
  • PSR-0014-2 - Les Claypool - Of Fungi and Foe (standard release, 2009)
  • PSR-0015-1 - Les Claypool - Of Fungi and Foe (limited vinyl release, 2009)
  • PSR-0016-1 - Primus - Frizzle Fry (reissue, limited vinyl release, 2009)
  • PSR-0017-1 - The Les Claypool Frog Brigade - Purple Onion (limited vinyl release, 2009)
  • PSR-0018-1 - Les Claypool - Of Whales and Woe (limited vinyl release, 2009)
  • PSR-0019-2 - Primus - Green Naugahyde (2011)

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