Bananimals (sometimes written Ban Animals) is an album recorded by the band The Frogs. It was released in 1999 on Four Alarm Records. It is the third in a series of Frogs albums that contain improvised home recordings. The album continues the themes of homosexual and sadisticeroticism, but also briefly touches on the music scene of the early 1990s. The first track, "Pay" details smashing the records of lo-fi contemporaries Pavement, Sebadoh, Sonic Youth and Wesley Willis. The tracks "Für Z Musik Biz" and "My Show Business Days" detail the brothers' growing dissatisfaction with the music business. The track "Evil Arnold" continues the split personality saga of murderous Evil Jack from 1996's My Daughter the Broad.
The sound is a return to the earlier, less-produced Frogs albums. Many of the Frogs lyrical conventions (including homosexuality) are still prevalent, with "Sailors Board Me Now" being a prime example of both lyrical content and recording production.