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2013
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River Of Pain
7:00  
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Culturecide
4:37  
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Hit Void
4:14  
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Tenement Kid
4:49  
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Invisible City
4:43  
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Goodbye Johnny
3:32  
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Sideman
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Elimination Blues
5:49  
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Turn Each Other Inside Out
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Relativity
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Walking With The Beast
4:00  
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It's Alright, It's Ok
5:10  
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 69:01

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Andrew Harrison has edited UK music magazines Q and Mixmag, and during the ‘90s he edited Select, the monthly that kickstarted Britpop. Since then he's been mus...more »

05.14.13
Their best and most exhilarating album in more than a decade
2013 | Label: 1st International / PIAS Digital

It’s a tough old business, maintaining your credentials at the vanguard of out-there, transgressive, us-against-The-Man rock ‘n’ roll when you’re into your fourth decade as a functioning band. Over the years, Primal Scream have often made their task harder by following the ambitious and the visionary with conservative regressions into rock ‘n’ roll retro. It started when they followed up 1991′s hallucinogenic rave soundtrack Screamadelica with the sluggish Stones impersonations on Give Out But Don’t… read more »

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Hoping it's a grower

BigMoo23

At the moment, it's patchy, but the good tunes are excellent.

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