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Primal Scream

Shine Like Stars - Weatherall Mix (RSD22 EDITION)

    THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2022 EXCLUSIVE, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

    Previously released as part of the Screamadelica 30th Anniversary 12" Singles Box, this recently discovered remix (and accompanying instrumental) of Shine Like Stars by the album's late and beloved producer Andrew Weatherall is now exclusively released for Record Store Day 2022.

    Primal Scream

    Live At Levitation

      Primal Scream’s fusion of indie pop and dance broke down musical boundaries and changed the face of British pop music in the '90s, helping to push dance and techno into the rock mainstream. Their lasting influence is crystallized across nine tracks, on Primal Scream - Live At Levitation. Recorded in 2015 at Levitation in front of underground rock fans from around the world, the LP marks the next release in The Reverberation Appreciation Society’s Live at Levitation series, which captures key moments in psychedelic rock history and live music in Austin, Texas--pulled from Levitation’s extensive archives. Amongst a lineup of classic Levitation bands--Thee Oh Sees, Night Beats, and frontman Bobby Gillespie’s old band, The Jesus And Mary Chain--The Primal Scream set shows the band’s undeniable creativity and unique place in the psych-rock canon, combining psychedelic garage rock, kaleidoscopic pop, and acid house to create a sound that’s simultaneously of its time and ahead of it. Known for their explosive live sets, the recordings show why Primal Scream is still considered one of the preeminent Scottish rock groups, with the Mercury-prize winning band blasting through tracks off of 1991’s touchstone album, Screamadelica, its boogieblues- influenced follow-up Give Out But Don’t Give Up, and the heavily electro-influenced cult favorite XTRMNTR. Making it an essential collection for any Primal Scream or psychrock aficionado.

      TRACK LISTING

      SIDE A
      1. Jailbird
      2. Accelerator
      3. Kill All Hippies
      4. Burning Wheel
      5. Shoot Speed / Kill Light

      SIDE B
      1. Higher Than The Sun
      2. Country Girl
      3. Loaded
      4. Movin' On Up

      Primal Scream

      Demodelica

        All formats come with a free Piccadilly Records EOY Sampler CD whilst stocks last.

        Across 2LPs, ‘Demodelica’ will take fans on the journey of the creation of the album, through demos and work in progress mixes, allowing them an insight into the creative process that went into the finished album. ‘Demodelica’ will also be released on CD and digitally and will feature liner notes from acclaimed British music journalist and cultural historian Jon Savage.

        STAFF COMMENTS

        Barry says: As one of the most well known albums of all time, it's no surprise that Primal Scream's 'Screamadelica' garners significant interest from those who want to know every detail about the albums' creation. Enter, 'Demodelica', cataloguing the recording process with a wonderful selection of alternate mixes and unheard rarities and filling in the lore of this piece of musical history.

        TRACK LISTING

        SIDE A
        1. Come Together (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
        2. Damaged (Hackney Studio Demo)
        3. Movin’ On Up (Hackney Studio Demo)
        SIDE B
        1. Higher Than The Sun (Isle Of Dogs Home Studio)
        2. Higher Than The Sun (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
        3. I’m Coming Down (Isle Of Dogs Home Studio)
        4. I’m Coming Down (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
        SIDE C
        1. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (Isle Of Dogs Home Studio)
        2. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (Isle Of Dogs Hypnotone Mix)
        3. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (EMI Publishing Studio Mix)
        4. Inner Flight (Hackney Studio Vocal Mix)
        5. Inner Flight (Henry Accapella Jam Studio)
        6. Inner Flight (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
        SIDE D
        1. Shine Like Stars (Jam Studio Monitor Mix)
        2. Shine Like Stars (Eden Studios Demo)
        3. Screamadelica (Eden Studios Demo)

        Primal Scream

        The Screamadelica 12" Singles

          The 12” singles box features nine replicas of the singles from the original campaign, all pressed on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl – as well as a tenth disc, which consists of a previously unheard remix (and accompanying instrumental) of ‘Shine Like Stars’ by the album’s late and beloved producer Andrew Weatherall. The box also features three art prints by the album’s cover artist Paul Cannell and a download code.

          TRACK LISTING

          Disc 1: Loaded EP
          A. Loaded
          B. I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have / Ramblin’ Rose (Live In NYC)

          Disc 2: Loaded EP
          A. Loaded (Terry Farley Remix)
          B. I’m Losing More Than I’ll Ever Have / Ramblin’ Rose (Live In NYC)

          Disc 3: Come Together
          A. Come Together (Terry Farley Extended Mix)
          B. Come Together (Andy Weatherall Extended Mix)

          Disc 4: Come Together
          A. Come Together (The Hypno Tone Brain Machine Mix)
          B. Come Together (BBG Mix)

          Disc 5: Higher Than The Sun
          A. Higher Than The Sun (12” Mix)
          B. Higher Than The Sun (American Spring Mix)

          Disc 6: Higher Than The Sun
          A. Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts)
          B. Higher Than The Orb

          Disc 7: Don’t Fight It, Feel It
          A. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (12” Version)
          B. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (Scat Mix)

          Disc 8: Don’t Fight It, Feel It
          A. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (Graham Massey Mix)
          B. Don’t Fight It, Feel It (Instrumental)

          Disc 9: Dixie Narco EP
          A. Movin’ On Up / Stone My Soul
          B. Carry Me Home / Screamadelica

          Disc 10: Shine Like Stars
          A. Shine Like Stars (Andrew Weatherall Remix)
          B. Shine Like Stars (Instrumental)

          Primal Scream

          Screamadelica - 30th Anniversary Picture Disc Edition

            Primal Scream had been fragile, 60s obsessed  dreamers, influenced by Love and (particularly) The Byrds (85-87) but in 1989 they were NY Dolls leather-clad rockers with the odd Big Star slowie or Stonesy ballad thrown in for good measure. Then BANG acid house and ecstasy hit  and in the spirit of the day, Andy Weatherall took one of those Stones style heartbreakers and made the hit single "Loaded" . Indie-Dance was born, anyone remember?!But this LP is much, much bigger than that. It goes up, it comes down, and covers all the magic in between. There's blues, soul, gospel, house, dub and yes a beautiful Stonesy ballad ("Damaged"). No songs are fillers, it's a perfectly realised musical statement. With the Orb, Andy Weatherall and even the Stones'Jimmy Miller to help them, they created one of the best albums of the 90s that still resonates today. Higher than the sun.

            The ‘Screamadelica’ double-vinyl picture disc featuring the album’s iconic artwork pressed onto vinyl. This represents the first ever official ‘Screamadelica’ picture disc.

            STAFF COMMENTS

            Andy says: Who doesn't love a picture disc? It helps, of course if the record in question is a bona fide classic and also features artwork which defined a whole era but twisted it into something deep and beautiful. Looks amazing, sounds even better.

            TRACK LISTING

            LP1
            Side A
            Movin' On Up
            Slip Inside This House
            Don't Fight It, Feel It
            Side B
            Higher Than The Sun
            Inner Flight
            Come Together

            LP 2
            Side A
            Loaded
            Damaged
            I'm Comin' Down
            Side B
            Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts)
            Shine Like Stars

            Primal Scream

            Dixie Narco EP (RSD21 EDITION)

              THIS IS A RECORD STORE DAY 2021 EXCLUSIVE AND WILL BE AVAILABLE INSTORE ON SATURDAY JUNE 12TH ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS, LIMITED TO ONE PER PERSON.

              IF THERE ARE ANY REMAINING COPIES THEY WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT 6PM ON THE SAME DAY (SATURDAY JUNE 12TH).


              A hidden but much loved  gem from the band's early 90s output, the Dixie-Narco EP was released in 1992. Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, it marked a continuation of the experimentation explored on the preceding Screamadelica album, taking in acid house, country blues and a rare Dennis Wilson cover across its four tracks. Long out of print, the 2021 RSD edition is the first official reissue since 1992. Artwork and packaging replicates that of the original EP

              Primal Scream

              Velocity Girl

                Velocity Girl was originally released in 1986 and quickly become a landmark single for the British indie scene, inspiring the C-86 movement and a generation of guitar bands. For the first ever reissue – it has never been included on any Primal Scream album or compilation – it will be backed by Broken, a brand new song recorded earlier this year. The 7” will be available exclusively to Independent retail stores only.

                Primal Scream

                Maximum Rock 'n' Roll: The Singles



                  STAFF COMMENTS

                  Mine says: Primal Scream probably don't need an introduction but if you think they do, you should get this record and play it to death. Andy and I certainly will (much to the annoyance of everyone else in the shop...)!

                  TRACK LISTING

                  CD 1
                  1 Velocity Girl
                  2 Gentle Tuesday
                  3 Imperial
                  4 Ivy Ivy Ivy
                  5 Loaded
                  6 Come Together
                  7 Higher Than The Sun
                  8 Don't Fight It, Feel It
                  9 Movin' On Up
                  10 Rocks
                  11 Jailbird
                  12 (I'm Gonna) Cry Myself Blind
                  13 Kowalski
                  14 Star
                  15 Burning Wheel
                  16 Swastika Eyes
                  17 Kill All Hippies

                  CD 2
                  18 Accelerator
                  19 Miss Lucifer
                  20 Autobahn 66
                  21 Some Velvet Morning (with Kate Moss)
                  22 Country Girl
                  23 Dolls (Sweet Rock And Roll)
                  24 Sometimes I Feel So Lonely
                  25 Can't Go Back
                  26 Uptown (Weatherall Mix )
                  27 2013
                  28 It's Alright, It's OK
                  29 Goodbye Johnny
                  30 Where The Light Gets In (with Sky Ferreira)
                  31 100% Or Nothing

                  Vinyl
                  VOL 1 A
                  1 Velocity Girl
                  2 Gentle Tuesday
                  3 Imperial
                  4 Ivy Ivy Ivy
                  5 Loaded

                  VOL 1 B
                  6 Come Together
                  7 Higher Than The Sun
                  8 Don't Fight It, Feel It
                  9 Movin' On Up

                  VOL 1 C
                  10 Rocks
                  11 Jailbird
                  12 (I'm Gonna) Cry Myself Blind
                  13 Kowalski

                  VOL 1 D
                  14 Star
                  15 Burning Wheel
                  16 Swastika Eyes
                  17 Kill All Hippies

                  VOL 2 A
                  18 Accelerator
                  19 Miss Lucifer
                  20 Autobahn 66
                  21 Some Velvet Morning (with Kate Moss)

                  VOL 2 B
                  22 Country Girl
                  23 Dolls (Sweet Rock And Roll)
                  24 Sometimes I Feel So Lonely

                  VOL 2 C
                  25 Can't Go Back
                  26 Uptown (Weatherall Mix)
                  27 2013
                  28 It's Alright, It's OK

                  VOL 2 D
                  29 Goodbye Johnny
                  30 Where The Light Gets In (with Sky Ferreira)
                  31 100% Or Nothing

                  Primal Scream

                  Give Out But Don't Give Up - The Original Memphis Recordings

                  “In 1993 Primal Scream went to Memphis to make an album with Tom Dowd and the Muscle Shoals rhythm section, that album never saw the light of day , until now .....” Bobby Gillespie 2018.

                  Following the recent discovery of these tracks in a box lurking in Andrew Innes’ basement, Primal Scream now release the original studio recordings from Memphis of the tracks that eventually became their 1994 album ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up’.

                  Teaming up with legendary producer Tom Dowd and the Muscle Shoals rhythm section of David Hood (bass) and Roger Hawkins (drums) at Ardent Studios in Memphis, the resulting recordings from those classic sessions showcase the more country soul, rock’n’roll side to a band who continue to surprise. It’s Primal Scream as you’ve never heard them before.

                  Dowd’s deft production, coupled with the merging of this sublime rhythm section and one of the UK’s best ever bands, led to the creation of nine glorious tracks that run the gamut between blues, gospel and brilliant songwriting, available for the first time.

                  “I felt we went down there with such good intent, but somehow we lost our way afterwards,” Bobby Gillespie admits. “There’s definitely a lesson to be learned about how creativity can go down the wrong track. We’re a band that constantly keeps moving and doesn’t look back, but, for years, I felt bad about us going to Memphis and not doing what we set out to do. Hearing these songs after all this time has made everything all right again. I feel redeemed.”

                  After their genre-defying breakout album ‘Screamadelica’ (1991), now widely regarded as one of greatest albums of all time, Primal Scream relocated to Memphis in 1993 to record what would become ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up’.

                  Once the band and Creation Records’ boss Alan McGee heard the recordings, however, they were both confused and underwhelmed. Their inner punks got the better of them and they brought producer George Drakoulias onboard to overhaul the recordings, with the band replacing, guitar, bass and drum parts over several sessions in the ensuing weeks until they were left with what became ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up’.

                  TRACK LISTING

                  CD Track Listing:
                  CD1 – TOM DOWD ALBUM MIX:
                  1. Jailbird
                  2. Rocks
                  3. Call On Me
                  4. Everybody Needs Somebody
                  5. Sad And Blue
                  6. Big Jet Plane
                  7. Free
                  8. Jesus
                  9. (I'm Gonna) Cry Myself Blind

                  CD2 – ARDENT OUTAKES:
                  1. Billy / To Love Somebody
                  2. Memphis Groove (Improvised Song Jam)
                  3. Sad And Blue (Early Rehearsal Jam)
                  4. Blue Moon Of Kentucky / Trying To Get To You
                  5. Big Jet Plane (Early Rehearsal Jam / Tom Dowd Instructions)
                  6. Free (Bobby Vocal / Full Band Rehearsal Jam)
                  7. Everybody Needs Somebody (Alternative Recording)
                  8. Country Guitar
                  9. Jailbird Guitar
                  10. Jesus (Monitor Mix )
                  11. Funky Jam (Original Recording)
                  12. Free (Early Rehearsal Sitar /Piano / Bobby Vocal)
                  13. Call On Me (Monitor Mix)
                  14. Cry Myself Blind (Monitor Mix)
                  15. All I Have To Do Is Dream

                  LP Track Listing:
                  SIDE A
                  1. Jailbird
                  2. Rocks
                  3. Call On Me
                  SIDE B
                  4. Everybody Needs Somebody
                  5. Sad And Blue
                  SIDE C
                  6. 1. Big Jet Plane
                  7. 2. Free
                  SIDE D
                  8. Jesus
                  9. (I'm Gonna) Cry Myself Blind

                  Primal Scream

                  Screamadelica

                    Primal Scream had been fragile, 60s obsessed  dreamers, influenced by Love and (particularly) The Byrds (85-87) but in 1989 they were NY Dolls leather-clad rockers with the odd Big Star slowie or Stonesy ballad thrown in for good measure. Then BANG acid house and ecstasy hit  and in the spirit of the day, Andy Weatherall took one of those Stones style heartbreakers and made the hit single "Loaded" . Indie-Dance was born, anyone remember?!But this LP is much, much bigger than that. It goes up, it comes down, and covers all the magic in between. There's blues, soul, gospel, house, dub and yes a beautiful Stonesy ballad ("Damaged"). No songs are fillers, it's a perfectly realised musical statement. With the Orb, Andy Weatherall and even the Stones'Jimmy Miller to help them, they created one of the best albums of the 90s that still resonates today. Higher than the sun.

                    STAFF COMMENTS

                    Andy says: First time on a cd-only box set for every single Screamadelica affiliated track. Lovely new booklet and a storming live set (which better illustrates the band's fusion of rock'n'roll and dance grooves) make this a brilliant collection.

                    Martin says: Classic album, perfectly presented.

                    Patrick says: Not only do you get a defining moment in musical history, you get all the remixes, live versions and backstory to put the whole thing in context. Raver, do yourself a favour!

                    TRACK LISTING

                    LP Tracklisting
                    Side A

                    1. Movin' On Up
                    2. Slip Inside This House
                    3. Don't Fight It, Feel It
                    Side B
                    1. Higher Than The Sun
                    2. Inner Flight
                    3. Come Together
                    Side C
                    1. Loaded
                    2. Damaged
                    3. I'm Comin' Down
                    Side D
                    1. Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts)
                    2. Shine Like Stars

                    CD Tracklisting
                    Disc: 1

                    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
                    Disc: 2
                    1. Movin' On Up
                    2. Stone My Soul
                    3. Carry Me Home
                    4. Screamadelica
                    Disc: 3
                    1. Loaded
                    2. Loaded 7"
                    3. Come Together
                    4. Come Together
                    5. Come Together
                    6. Come Together
                    7. Come Together
                    8. Higher Than The Sun
                    9. Higher Than The Sun
                    10. Higher Than The Sun
                    11. Don't Fight It
                    12. Don't Fight It
                    13. Don't Fight It
                    14. I'm Losing More (Than I'll Ever Have)
                    Disc: 4
                    1. Movin' On Up
                    2. Slip Inside This House
                    3. Don't Fight It, Feel It
                    4. I'm Losing More (Than I'll Ever Have)
                    5. Damaged
                    6. Screamadelica
                    7. Loaded
                    8. Come Together
                    9. Higher Than The Sun
                    10. Cold Turkey
                    11. No Fun

                    Primal Scream

                    Beautiful Future

                      "Beautiful Future" is Primal Scream's tenth album release and their first for B-Unique. As you would expect from one of Britain's most exciting and inventive bands "Beautiful Future" displays a heady mix of genre crunching taking in Philly soul, dark electro, accelerated rock n roll riffs and pure British pop all given that particular Scream edge. Highlights include the single "Can't Go Back", which is the kind of high energy rock n roll the band excel at, all kinetic drum beats and scuzzy guitar riffs, everything moving at methamphetamine rate. Elsewhere, there's a duet with CSS' Lovefoxxx, "I Love To Hurt (You Love To Be Hurt)" that's full of shivering electro pulses and tense, claustrophobic rhythms. Lovefoxx isn't the only guest to appear on the album, joining Bobby on a duet of Fleetwood Mac's "Over And Over" is legendary British folk singer Linda Thompson, while Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme contributes guitar to the album's closing track "Necro Hex Blues".


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