New Primal Scream track

2013-03-23 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 4 Comments
Primal Scream have released the second single off their upcoming More Light record, entitled "It's Alright, It's OK". The song reminisces the gospel-tinged "Movin' On Up" off the band's critical acclaimed 1991 classic, Screamadelica.

"It's Alright, It's OK" can be streamed here - http://soundcloud.com/primalscream/primal-scream-its-alright-its-ok

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MikeC26
March 23rd 2013
3341 Comments


cool

mindleviticus
March 23rd 2013
9000 Comments


Screamadelica was their only really good album so hopefully this goes back to those days

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
March 23rd 2013
4227 Comments


I like XTRMNTR and Evil Heat too, but Screamadelica was their most influential.

Digging: The Black Angels - Death Song

North0House2
March 24th 2013
5944 Comments


Riot City Blues was pretty cool, when I listened to it back when it was released.



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