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The tune is an aptly named slice of primitive garage rock, and as the website Slicing Up Eyeballs rightly points out, it sounds very much like something the Cramps would have done. That makes sense, since Buck has impeccable taste in music, and since that seminal punkabilly band was once signed to I.R.S. Records, R.E.M.'s pre-Warner home.
No word yet on when the album will drop, but Scott McCaughey, who plays with Buck and Wynn in the group the Baseball Project, recently told a Seattle radio station that Buck is considering a vinyl-only -- as in no digital download -- release. Primitive, indeed.