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Primal Scream

Primal Scream

7 Sep 2010
4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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A long time ago some Glaswegian indie boys suddenly started thinking they were actually the Rolling Stones....
A bit of a mixed bag this. You will be very disappointed if you are looking for anything similar to Screamadelica. However, if you are a big Scream fan it is essential, if only for 'Losing more than I'll ever have' which was basically remixed to become 'Loaded'- if you can get hold of the Farley mix of 'Loaded' the lineage is even more obvious. It is the best track on the album by a mile, though there are a few other decent tunes on it.
When my ears were smaller and my hunger for pharmaceuticals larger they were my favourite band and I have only given this 3 stars...........which should tell a story.
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Primal Scream's eponymous 2nd LP has always suffered unfairly from (i) disgruntled floppy-fringed C86-ers* bemoaning the band's move from Byrdsian jangle to Dolls-ish raunch, & (ii) confused Screamadelica converts wondering where all the house music beats & good vibes have disappeared to (though the re-moulded "I'm Losing More Than I'll Ever Have" would subsequently provide the foundations for "Loaded" of course).

Reviewed on it's own merits - as all P.S. albums ought to be as they're all so stylistically diverse - it's actually a very good record, superior (probably) to both their stilted debut (whose great songs ruined by a laboured production) & their later flirtations with Stones-y rockism. Admittedly there's nothing as gloriously anthemic as "Rocks" here, but the desolate ballads ("You're Just Too Dark To Care". "You're Just Dead Skin To Me", "Kill The King", etc) are breathtaking.

(* I was one of these for many years, sorry Bobby.)
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If you expecting another album like XTRMNTR you will be suprised. THis album is far more like a normal "indie" album than the Scream's latest offerings. The first track Ivy Ivy Ivy is a piecde of classic rock 'n' roll with a beach boys feel (especially the ooooos) and the second track is reminiscent of one of Embrace's soppy anthems and then things get generally back to the rock 'n' roll (and we're talking Chuck Berry here)after that. I'm Losing More than I'll ever give is a slow paced song which if I'm not mistaken is the bones of Loaded (the Scream classic) and is not at all bad. Gillespie's vocals are much more dominant than on other Primal Scream album and have an almost tender tone to them. This album is far slower than the Primal Scream I have grown to know and love and suffers slightly from it but is still mostly riproaring rock experience allthesame. It is also worth it to see Bobby Gillespie's long hair on the sleeve. Classic.
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I love this album, its my second favourite scream lp after xtrmntr, its just classic rock n roll with a stooges (corca raw power), stones , new york dolls kinda vibe. great tunes and the all time classic 'im losin more......'. gillespie is ace isnt he?
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