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Screamadelica - 20th Anniversary Limited Collector's Edition Box set

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  • Audio CD (14 Mar 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Sony CMG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 119,235 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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To mark the 20th anniversary of this landmark record, the band have re-mastered the album with the help of their longtime friend and occasional collaborator, Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine.

Since its release in September 1991, the inaugural Mercury Prize-winning record has influenced countless bands and artists, been widely acclaimed by critics as one of the defining records of the 1990’s and as one of the most inventive albums of its generation - the album had a huge effect on 90s popular culture, bringing acid house and rock n roll to a unified mainstream audience that had until that point been disparate and underground.

1. Movin’ On Up
2. Slip Inside This House
3. Don’t Fight It, Feel It
4. Higher Than The Sun
5. Inner Flight
6. Come Together
7. Loaded
8. Damaged
9. I’m Comin’ Down
10. Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts)
11. Shine Like Stars

CD2: LIVE IN L.A., 1992 (Tracklisting to follow)

1. Farley Mix 7”
2. Loaded 7”

Come Together
3. Farley 7”
4. 7” Mix (Wetherall
5. Terry Farley Extended 12” Mix
6. Hypnotone Brain machine Mix
7. BBG Mix

Higher Than The Sun

8. Higher Than The Orb
9. Higher Than The Sun 12”
10. American Spring Mix

Don’t Fight It

11. 7” Edit
12. Graham Massey Mix
13. Scat Mix
14. High, High, High (Massey)

1. I’m Losing More Than I Ever Had
2. Ramblin Rose

1. ‘Movin’ On Up’
2. ‘Stone My Soul’
3. ‘Carry Me Home’
4. ‘Screamadelica’

A1 ‘Movin’ On Up’
A2 ‘Slip Inside This House’
A3 ‘Don’t Fight It, Feel It’
B1 ‘Higher Than The Sun’
B2 ‘Inner Flight’
B3 ‘Come Together’
C1 ‘Loaded’
C2 ‘Damaged’
C3 ‘I’m Comin’ Down’
D1 ‘Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony in Two Parts)’
D2 ‘Shine Like Stars’

Includes brand new interviews with the band and a track by track analysis from those who were there.
1. ‘Screamadelica’
2. ‘Movin’ On Up’
3. ‘Slip Inside This House’
4. ‘Don’t Fight It, Feel It’
5. ‘Higher Than The Sun’
6. ‘Come Together’
7. ‘Damaged’
8. ‘Loaded’
9. ‘Shine Like Stars’
10. ‘Inner Flight’

Original Tour T-shirt replicated by ‘Worn By’ (Size L)
50 Page Perfect Bound Book – crammed full of unseen photos and brand new interviews with the band on the making of the album.
12” DJ Slip Mat

BBC Review

When Primal Scream announced that they were going to tour their third album Screamadelica for its 20th anniversary last year, many thought it would be a bit wonky – half of today’s band didn’t play on the original LP and have barely covered much more than the hits live. However, it turned out to be a triumph. Now, on the back of that comes the long-awaited re-release/repackaging that the album has been crying out for, and Bobby and chums are taking it around the world this summer – it should be the highlight of any festival line-up.

Screamadelica very nearly didn’t happen, though. Had it not been for acid house and its accompanying refreshments, Primal Scream would probably now be hawking their retro rock-as-revolution wares around the pub backrooms of the UK. The key trigger was Andrew Weatherall’s encouragement, when he offered to remix a track off their previous self-titled album. That track – I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have – was stripped back and jived up into what became Loaded, and when released, gave the band their biggest hit to date and pointed towards a whole new way of doing things. It changed not only the band’s fortunes, but life in general.

Inspired by their record collections, Bobby Gillespie and Andrew Innes took to samplers to create the music that was in their heads. Their palette expanded, Screamadelica gradually took shape over the next 18 months. Italo house, cosmic wayfaring, dub, country, gospel and blues all found their way into the mix, and mirrored the freeing of their minds.

Kicking off with the nearest to straightforward song here, Movin’ on Up, the journey leaps into the far-out with a dense and intense cover of Slip Inside This House, and heads down the rave-up with the joyous Don’t Fight It, Feel It. From then on, normal rules are abandoned when Higher Than the Sun, Weatherall’s Jesse Jackson-assisted Come Together monolith and the delicate head-rubs of Inner Flight and I’m Comin’ Down take over. Even two decades on, Screamadelica still sounds completely unlike anything else. Add to that the Dixie Narco EP with the sublime Carry Me Home and 10-plus minutes of Screamadelica, and it’s possibly the most perfect album ever.

The deluxe tin edition is a thing of actual beauty, with two additional CDs containing remixes and a live show from that period, along with a slipmat, t-shirt, book and double vinyl thrown in. It would make any old indie raver happy. Now, if they would like to afford 2000’s astonishing XTRMNTR the same treatment, then that will be quite literally a very good thing.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Simon F. on 16 Mar 2011
Format: Audio CD
The past few years have seen a host of classic albums repackaged and reissued to mark various anniversaries, but this amazing box set is most definitely the big daddy of `em all.
Put together to mark twenty years since the original release of the ground breaking "Screamadelica" in 1991, the box itself is made out of strong plastic, and after removing the lid it's time to dig in.
The contents are in layers and begin with the t-shirt packaged in a plastic bag. A circular slate grey card featuring the "Screamadelica" logo separates each item. The cards have a semi-circular indent so that you can fit a finger in and easily lift them out. Layer two features the 48 page booklet with a major interview with Bobby Gillespie and Andrew Innes, a piece by producer Andrew Weatherall plus loads of photos, and a detailed track listing of the CD's and LP's.
On layer three you will find a sealed set of art cards featuring detail from the sleeves of the "Screamadelica" singles. Below them is the first of the two remastered LP's. These are 180-gram pressings with pristine sound, and feature new labels. But be warned - they do not come with inner sleeves. A very bad decision! Sandwiched between the records is the DJ slip mat. The card that the records and mat sit on has a ribbon pull so that all can be lifted up and out with great ease. Below them sits a foam rubber tray holding all four CD's plus the DVD although you have to remove all four discs to get at the DVD! Again all the music has been supremely remastered by Primal Scream with help from the god-like Kevin Shields, whilst the DVD features a track-by-track breakdown of the album, and interviews with all the main protagonists, plus loads of promo videos. Every Primal Scream fan in the land is going to want one of these beauties, but you had better hurry as only 5000 copies have been made. Glorious stuff!
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One of my favourites albums, comes in a really nice package but...
1) there are no sleeves for the lp's
2) There is no info for the size of the t-shirt (mine was XL)

Otherwise the box and the music are trully amazing!!
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By Michael Ghijs on 7 Feb 2013
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Just the complete edition of a classic album (which is truly one of the best ever made, even if that isn't apparent after a first listening). Very interesting booklet also, in which Andrew Innes and Bobby Gillespie discuss the times in which the album was made. Cool T-shirt. The Dixie-Narco EP is also a must-have (certainly with the amazing ambient track 'Screamadelica' on it) and the also the remixes (including the original 'I'm Losing More Than I'll Ever Have') make this purchase worth-wile.
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El año 91 salieron varios grandes discos, desde el Blue lines hasta el Out of Time, pasando por el Achtung baby, Bandwagonesque, Loveless, y el omnipresente Nevermind. Todo eso hace que muchos olviden el Screamadelica. Me aburrí del floro. una super caja, recomendada. Ese polo lo voy a usar duro este verano limeño.
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A Classic Album for UK and Worldwide Music, sometimes it is enough to own the cd, sometimes it is really amazing to be the proud owner of astonishing edition like the 20th Anniversary Collector's Edition. The Round Screamadelica Logo Packaging 3 cd's 1 Dvd, a limited T-Shirt from their tour back in 1991 is a pop masterpiece. I recommend it to those who fell in love with the original album and have extra quid to spend.
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