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Limited edition red and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. 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.
Limited edition red and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. 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.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: PLAIN
Rel. Date: 03/18/2016
UPC: 646315106114

Screamadelica [Red & Yellow Vinyl]
Artist: Primal Scream
Format: Vinyl
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Limited edition red and yellow colored vinyl LP pressing. 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.

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