Learn more Download now Shop now Shop now Shop now Learn More Shop now Shop now Hotel Transylvania 3 Hotel Transylvania 3 Hotel Transylvania 3 Learn more Learn more Shop Now Learn More Shop now Shop now Learn more

Primal Scream

Top Selected Products and Reviews


In stock.
Price: Price:
"(Not so) Average White Band" - by Jimi Jac
I’ve always found PS’s “Give out..” a little odd sounding & now I know why, it a remix version of a album that was never released.
The songs featured on the “Memphis recordings” are a lot more down & dirty, with looser arrangements, a horn section that's really popping & minus the 1990’s production sheen.
There is obviously a massive Stones/Faces influence, but there is still enough of PS’s personality in these tracks to make they their own.
The second disc features the band rehearsing through the new songs, which I always find fascinating to listen to, a bit lit peeking behind the velvet curtain.
The highlights of the second disc are the two versions of “Free” with Bobby singing lead vocals on both (Gillespie wishing now he had song lead vocal on the finished version), but with one being quite bluesy & the other featuring a sitar.
So “Memphis recordings” is in many ... full review

In stock.
Price: Price:
"Five Stars" - by Nick Langley (Hull, England)
I was horrified when I realised that I DIDN'T own this album anymore, so I fixed that!!!

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way).
Price: Price:
"Five Stars" - by Macaroni
Wow even better than screamadelica

Only 5 left in stock (more on the way).
Price: Price:
"Five Stars" - by JB
You know what your getting - so not disappointed.

Available for download now.
Price: Price:
"Nt lk XTRMNTR" - by Mr. J. Perry
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 ... full review

In stock.
Price: Price:
"great album" - by Hannah
I've been a fan of primal scream for years and was so excited about this new album. I was not disappointed. This is not just an album. This is an all encompassing experience. Each song leads seamlessly into the next. It peters off slightly at the end, but there are resonances of the Klaxons and Cold War Kids. Really cool. Definitely recommend.


Available for download now.
Price: Price:
"Five Stars" - by C. Haos-Onderise. (London)
Primal scream = the canine testicles.

Usually dispatched within 1 to 3 weeks.
Price: Price:
"Reich 'n' Roll" - by Alexander Tate (Brisbane, Australia)
Rather than a big fanfare, Primal Scream slipped back into the disco with 2013 in February. With songs appearing on the internet rather than the radio and social media covering every slight movement these days, easing their way back in probably suited the band who had apparently turned down landing at Luton Airport because it wasn't rock n roll enough.

After spending 20 years as magpies to a man and producing a varied offering of albums at every turn More Light shows Primal Scream have found their beat; they actually, finally, sound like themselves. Beautiful Future was the prophetical start and, five years later, this album continues the groove.

But the departure of Mani back to the reformed Stone Roses could have left a gargantuan hole. He singlehandedly woke the Scream Team from a heroin riddled Stonesian nightmare, bringing with him a battering range of bass lines as heavy as an iron ... full review

Only 1 left in stock.
Price: Price:
"Great stuff!" - by tristan
Very good cd, rounds up some overlooked tracks by primal scream. It covers all periods of their career rather than from just screamadelica onwards. What you get is therefore a real mixed bag from dance, to hip hop to rock to punk to jangly guitars. Some tracks are better known than others like don't fight feel it for example is famillar to most. Some material is only average like stuff before screamadelica and ramdom album tack are sometimes filler. But all in all there are some real great tracks on this, like 'velocity girl' and a who cover. Whe he wants to bobby can be a great lyricist. This is a must for anyone wanting to see the development of this influential band. Most of all it show what versility they have.

by
Only 1 left in stock.
Price: Price:
"Primal Scream therapy" - by P. Hanson (Northumberland, England)
It has been a source of frustration that one of the best live acts around haven't released much in the way of live material. Over the years fans have had to mainly make do with bootleg recordings.

Riot City Blues Tour is Primal Screams first live DVD. It was recorded in 2006 at London's Hammersmith Apollo. The show lasts for nearly 90 minutes and features a setlist of eighteen songs. The sound and picture quality is top notch - though the rapid cutting between different cameras can be annoying at times. The band is on form, appearing tight, well rehearsed and sober.

The second half of the show is way better than the first. For me the highlight is Damaged. Other stand out moments are Swastika Eyes, Loaded and Kick Out The Jams.

The DVD extras are a short but interesting backstage interview with Bobby Gillespie and Mani, and 13 promo videos. Some ... full review

Only 2 left in stock (more on the way).
Price: Price:
"Without doubt one of the Greatest Live Albums of all time" - by Tim
Without doubt one of the Greatest Live Albums of all time.Buy the DVD too.Full set by The Scream and the reunited MC5 with William Duvall on vocals doing a fantastic job fronting the band.If only they'd maintained this line up for longer.Beyond great.Buy It.