Primal Scream - Primal Scream mp3 album

32:38
Primal Scream - Primal Scream mp3 album
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Performer:
    Primal Scream
  • Title:
    Primal Scream
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Rock & Roll
  • Duration:
    32:38
Primal Scream - Primal Scream mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1734 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1853 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1792 mb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    709
  • Formats:
    MPC WAV AUD AHX APE DTS

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Ivy Ivy Ivy Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 3:07
2 You're Just Dead Skin to Me Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 4:42
3 She Power Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 3:10
4 You're Just Too Dark to Care Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 3:09
5 I'm Losing More Than I'll Ever Have Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 5:11
6 Gimmie Gimme Teenage Head Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 2:30
7 Lone Star Girl Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 3:14
8 Kill the King Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 3:30
9 Sweet Pretty Thing Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 2:20
10 Jesus Can't Save Me Bobby Gillespie / Andrew Innes Primal Scream 1:45

Credits

Martin Duffy - Piano
Bobby Gillespie - Composer, Songwriter, Vocals
Andrew Innes - Composer, Guitar
Henry Olsen - Orchestration
Primal Scream - Primary Artist
Robert Young - Guitar



Samowar
I'm no stranger to contrarian opinion, but this record is both by far my favorite Primal Scream record and probably in my top 3 favorite records ever.For people who loved jangle pop and C-86 and hate dance music / think the rave scene ruined British music for at least a decade, this album is gorgeous.Ivy Ivy Ivy, Sweet Pretty Thing, She Power--there are beautiful songs throughout and really no duds. I think this is a case, common on review sites, where the reviewer conflates "importance" with "quality." Screamadelica may have done more to change the music scene it came out of, but that does not make it a better record or even a good one. Quality is independent of context.