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Through 10 albums and nearly two decades, Primal Scream have proved one of Britain’s great chameleonic bands. Album 11 is a stylish, zeitgeisty set that mines their dance-pop prowess. “Trippin’ on Your Love” is a shameless slice of Screamadelica baggy fun complete with a Haim vocal assist, “Where the Light Gets In” pits Bobby Gillespie against Sky Ferreira in an irresistible space pop duel, while “Golden Rope” circulates with a delicious rock crunch. But it’s not all knockabout fun: Gillespie allows some rare introspection on the throbbing “(Feeling Like A) Demon Again” and mournful “I Can Change”.

Customer Reviews

One Of their best

A good album from a
great band . Some Classic Scream moments mixed with new sounds for the ever changing band. Those who say it's terrible and not the like the old scream are stuck in 2000

Jesus, what is this?

This is like a completely different band. Where are the ideas? the energy? it sounds like a demo tape made by a backing band wanting to go it alone. Where`s the old Primal Scream? What happened?


Not sure if the other reviewers are listening to the same album - it's great. Classic Primal Scream, there's some outstanding tunes here.


Formed: 1984 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Primal Scream's career could in many ways be read as a microcosm of British indie rock in the '80s and '90s. Bobby Gillespie formed the band in the mid-'80s while drumming for the Jesus and Mary Chain, who were the exact opposite of Primal Scream -- the latter specialized in infectious, jangly pop on its early records. After a brief detour to punky hard rock, the group reinvented itself as a dance band in the early '90s, following through on the pop and acid house fusions of the Stone Roses and Happy...
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