Primal Scream

Primal Scream Primal Scream are a Scottish alternative rock band.

Bobby Gillespie (vocals) played drums with The Jesus and Mary Chain when he founded in 1982 with Jim Beattie (guitar), the band Primal Scream. In the years 1982-1984 the band has performed well, but they only achieved success when Gillespie The Jesus and Mary Chain left. The band played a key role in the indie rock scene of the eighties. Their music was characterized at the beginning by ringing (or jangly) sound and in the course of time they were influenced by successively psychedelic music, garage rock and dance. In 1991 Primal Scream album Screamadelica broke through and the band became a mainstream act.

    Sonic Flower Groove (1987)
    Primal Scream (1989)
    Screamadelica (1991)
    Give Out But Don't Give Up (1994)
    Vanishing Point (1997)
    XTRMNTR (2000)
    Evil Heat (2002)
    Riot City Blues (2006)
    Beautiful Future (2008)
    More Light (2013)
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Primal Scream Screamadelica =2LP=

PRIMAL SCREAM - Screamadelica =2LP=

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( 1991 ) - 2015 EU reipressed on180g 2LP=There is no denying the impact of Primal Screams seminal album Screamadelica when it came out in 1991 - Madchester producer Andrew Weatherall had transformed the somewhat insignificant indie band into eradefining c

Primal Scream Live In Japan =2LP=

PRIMAL SCREAM - Live In Japan =2LP=

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( 2002 ) - 2016 EU reissue on 180g 2LP= Primal Scream are set to release their 2002 album Live In Japan for the first time on vinyl. Recorded on their Evil Heat tour the band at the time still featured Mani, Throb and Kevin Shields alongside Bobby and Duf

Primal Scream Sonic Flower Groove

PRIMAL SCREAM - Sonic Flower Groove

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( 1987 ) - 2015 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP - Formed in 1984 by Jesus & Mary Chain drummer Bobby Gillespie, Primal Scream released a pair of albums - Sonic Flower Groove (1987) and Primal Scream (1989) - before the group's landmark opus Screamadelica took