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Primal Scream (Group): Screamadelica

Track List

>Movin' on Up
>Slip Inside This House
>Don't Fight It, Feel It - (featuring Denise Johnson)
>Higher Than the Sun
>Inner Flight
>Come Together
>I'm Comin' Down
>Higher Than the Sun (A Dub Symphony in Two Parts) - (featuring Jah Wobble)
>Shine Like Stars
>Movin' on Up
>Stone My Soul
>Carry Me Home
>Screamadelica - (featuring Denise Johnson)
>Loaded [Farley 7" Mix ] - (mix, remix)
>Loaded [7" Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Come Together [Farley 7" Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Come Together [7" Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Come Together [Terry Farley Extended 12" Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Come Together [Hypnotone Brian Machine Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Come Together [BBG Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Higher Than the Sun [Higher Than the Orb Extended Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Higher Than the Sun [Higher Than the Sun 12" Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Higher Than the Sun [American Spring Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Don't Fight it [7" Edit]
>Don't Fight it [Graham Massey Mix] - (mix, remix)
>Don't Fight it [Scat Mix] - (mix, remix)
>I'm Losing More Than I'll Ever Have
>Movin' on Up [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Slip Inside This House [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Don't Fight it, Feel it [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>I'm Losing More (Than I'll Ever Have) [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Than I'll Ever Have [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Damaged [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Screamadelica [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Loaded [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Come Together [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Higher Than the Sun [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>Cold Turkey [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)
>No Fun [Live at the Hollywood Palladium] - (live)

Album Reviews:

Spin (11/91) - Highly Recommended "...Totally mind-blowing..."

Q (8/99) - Included in Q Magazine's "Best Psychedelic Albums of All Time"

Q (12/99, p.70) - Included in Q Magazine's "90 Best Albums Of The 1990s."

Q (6/00, p.78) - Ranked #18 in Q's "100 Greatest British Albums"

Q (10/01, pp.110-1) - Ranked #2 in Q's "Best 50 Albums of Q's Lifetime"

Q (8/99, p.139) - "...an ecstasy generation magic carpet ride of positive vibes and deep anchored grooves whose only aim [is] to take you higher..."

Melody Maker (12/91) - Ranked #1 in Melody Maker's list of the top 30 albums of 1991 - "...SCREAMADELICA provided not just 10 versions of the same song, but a schizo-eclectic range of styles, vibes and grooves: Stonesy raunch gone disco ("Movin' On Up"), brutal house ("Don't Fight It, Feel It"), and EXILE ON MAIN ST. blues ("Damaged")..."

NME (Magazine) (10/2/93, p.29) - Ranked #21 in NME's list of the "Greatest Albums Of All Time."

Uncut (magazine) (p.102) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "SCREAMADELICA's variety, imagination and, in a strange way, generosity continue to astonish."

Album Notes

Audio Remasterers: John Davis ; Kevin Shields .

Liner Note Author: Andrew Weatherall.

Recording information: Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee (11/1991).

Photographers: Kevin Westenberg; Grant Fleming.

Primal Scream's understanding of rock's varied vistas is encapsulated on this release. At its core are a series of dance-oriented tracks that broach several musical barriers. Samples, tape loops, dub and plangent chords gel together over various grooves, at times uplifting, at others ambient. Mixmasters Terry Farley and Andy Weatherall add different perspectives to individual tracks, with gospel choirs, pumping brass and spaceward basslines bubbling around several selections. Former Rolling Stones producer Jimmy Miller generated the spirit of Beggars Banquet for the rousing "Movin' On Up," while elsewhere the group imply acknowledgement to talismen the Beach Boys and Big Star. SCREAMADELICA is the ultimate confluence of rock and rave cultures.


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