Primal Scream   Dixie Narco
Release Date: 1992

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3.0 goodFuff24 | February 6th 10

Very Good EP. Contains the band's best dance track, the ten and a half minute long Screamadelica, which was left of the album of the same name, and shows a very heavy P-funk influence. It remains the one of the best dance tracks in Primal's Scream's repertoire. Another highlight is the cover of Beach Boys B-side carry me home, which is given a ghostly, haunting production. The last song on this EP is Stone My Soul, which sounds like alternate version Damaged from screamadelica, and it impresses with some amazing pedal steel work and soulful vocals from longtime callaborator Denise Johnson, who sings on 3 of these songs.


4.0 excellentJan555 | July 26th 18
4.0 excellentLee Whear | July 1st 18
4.0 excellentGueero | September 26th 17
4.0 excellentKeviMiguel | July 29th 17
4.0 excellentScreamau | July 5th 17
4.0 excellentRamon777 | June 6th 17
4.0 excellentMKCyrax | September 23rd 12

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