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Primal Scream - More Light Album
Performer: Primal Scream
Title: More Light
Country: UK
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Released: 13 May 2013
Catalog Number: SCRMCD003
Label: First International
MP3 album: 2367 mb
FLAC album: 1018 mb
TrackList
1Culturecide4:37
220138:59
3River Of Pain7:00
4Turn Each Other Inside Out4:38
5Relativity7:31
6Hit Void4:14
7Walking With The Beast4:00
8 Goodbye Johnny3:32
9Sideman3:56
10Elimination Blues5:48
11It’s Alright, It’s OK5:09
12 Invisible City4:43
13Tenement Kid4:48
Versions
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SCRMCD003Primal Scream More Light ‎(CD, Album)First InternationalSCRMCD003UK2013
nonePrimal Scream More Light ‎(CDr, Album, Num, Promo, Wat)First InternationalnoneUK2013
SCRMCD003Primal Scream More Light ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)First International SCRMCD003Russia2013
LOVECD255JPrimal Scream More Light ‎(CD, Album)Love Da RecordsLOVECD255JHong Kong2013
SICP 3812~3Primal Scream More Light ‎(2xCD, Album, Gat)First InternationalSICP 3812~3Japan2013
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
nonePrimal Scream More Light ‎(CDr, Album, Num, Promo, Wat)First InternationalnoneUK2013
SCRMCD003Primal Scream More Light ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)First International SCRMCD003Russia2013
LOVECD255JPrimal Scream More Light ‎(CD, Album)Love Da RecordsLOVECD255JHong Kong2013
SICP 3812~3Primal Scream More Light ‎(2xCD, Album, Gat)First InternationalSICP 3812~3Japan2013
375517-2Primal Scream More Light ‎(CD, Album, Promo)First International375517-2Argentina2013
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Reviews: (2)
Silvermaster
Silvermaster
More Light is a welcome shock to the ears ... extreme music for extreme urgent times, zooming in out of the sun like a fighter jet barrel-rolling on overdrive, engines screaming, and from the cockpit, a gloved wave and smile from a pilot who’s sonically fueled Primal Scream filled headphones cause him to punch into hyperdrive and vanish on a storm of dust, flying at treetop level to parts unknown.

It’s a sprawling record moving like quick-silver, balanced, unusual, complex, haunting, frenetic, and owning every element in the atmosphere it touches, sounding important and vital ... though it struck me, that this is first and last a grouping of songs that need to be experience live. The band seems to have once again taken a giant step forward, crossing and embracing other genres, reminding me instantly of early Pink Floyd, and the effect The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper had on us all. There’s a distant eerie jazz vibe of sorts that rides just below the surface, entering at just the right stage, harking back memories of Spirit’s first release, sounding laid back, yet nearly demanding that the volume be turned up and up and up ... until the music doesn’t just flow through the air, it flows through the listener, bouncing along at a calculated hectic pace filled with optimism and sophisticated wide-eyed wonder; and even when slowed down, dripping with emotion, it smothers you in sound.

You're gonna be treated to updated 60's garage psych, 90's Spiritualized, 00's Back Angels, and it's all laced together like "Sometime Anywhere" by The Church ... yet it's pure Primal Scream at their very best.
Adaly
Adaly
One of the best Scream albums since XTMNTR. Vinyl package is pretty good, sounds great. cd included in a plastic slip case, nothing fancy but nothing needed i guess.