Primitive Enema

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Primitive Enema
Studio album by Butt Trumpet
Released 1994
Recorded July–August, 1993
Genre Punk
Length 30:54
Label Chrysalis
Producer Geza X
Butt Trumpet chronology
"Primitive Enema (7-inch)"
Primitive Enema
"Show & Tell: A Stormy Remembrance of TV Theme Songs"

Primitive Enema is the debut album by L.A. punk band Butt Trumpet. It was produced by notable punk rocker Geza X and was released in 1994 by Chrysalis Records.

Track listing[edit]

  • All Songs Written By Butt Trumpet.[1]
  1. "Clusterfuck" 1:51
  2. "Funeral Crashing Tonight" 2:02
  3. "I've Been So Mad Lately" 2:16
  4. "Dicktatorship" 3:24
  5. "Classic Asshole" 2:27
  6. "Decapitated" :40
  7. "Dead Dogs" 1:08
  8. "I Left My Flannel In Seattle" 1:32
  9. "I'm Ugly And I Don't Know Why" 3:10
  10. "The Grindcore Song" :49
  11. "Primitive Enema" 2:01
  12. "I Left My Gun In San Francisco" 1:14
  13. "Shut Up" 1:58
  14. "Ten Seconds Of Heaven" 1:22
  15. "Yesterday" 2:33
  16. "Ode To Dickhead" :52
  17. "Pink Gun" 1:35
  18. "Blind" 5:18


Butt Trumpet[edit]

  • Bianca Butthole: Vocals, Bass
  • Sharon Needles: Vocals, Bass
  • Thom Bone: Bass, Occasional Vocal Backing, Ego
  • Blare N. Bitch: Guitars, Vocal Backing
  • Jerry Geronimo: Drums, Percussion, Cymbals, Vocal Backing

Additional Personnel[edit]

  • Geza X., Jamie Schene, Andrea Beltramo (a.k.a. "The Butt Trumpettes)" Vocal Backing


  • Arranged By Butt Trumpet
  • Produced By Geza X, with additional production by Thom Bone
  • Recorded & Mixed By Geza X & Thom Bone, July 31-August 2 (per liner notes "real cheap")
  • CD & Tape Mastered By Dave Collins, Patricia Sullivan & Thom Bone; Vinyl Mastered By Bill Lightner & Thom Bone
  • All Songs Published By Buttwrenching Music.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[3]

In his two-star review, allmusic scribe Stephen Thomas Erlewine called the group "crude and amateurish-and fiercely proud of it, by the way", and said the disc "made more sense on a smaller label". He also criticized Geza X's production, calling it "...slightly too clean to make Primitive Enema sound dangerous."[4]


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