(2-LP set) There's no underestimating the importance of "Screamadelica," the record that brought acid house, techno, and rave culture crashing into the British mainstream - an impact that rivaled that of Nirvana's "Nevermind," the other 1991 release that changed rock. Prior to "Screamadelica," Primal Scream were Stonesy classic rock revivalists with a penchant for Detroit rock. They retained those fascinations on this LP - one listen to the Jimmy Miller-produced, Stephen Stills-rip "Movin' on Up" proves that - but they burst everything wide open here, turning rock inside out by marrying it to a gleeful rainbow of modern dance textures. Original artwork, 180 gram vinyl. (Previously deleted: 11/1/05. Original release date: 6/6/03)
Movin' on Up
Slip Inside This House
Don't Fight It, Feel It
Higher Than the Sun
I'm Comin' Down
Higher Than the Sun [A Dub Symphony in Two Parts]
Shine Like Stars
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