Primal Scream - Screamadelica Live mp3 flac download
|Genre:||Electronic / Rock|
|Style:||Acid House, Alternative Rock, Downtempo, Gospel, Experimental, Indie Rock, Dub, Leftfield|
|Date of release:||2011|
|MP3 album size:||1680 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1205 mb|
|Digital formats:||VOX AA RA AC3 WAV VQF DXD|
Primal Scream's seminal album "Screamadelica" defined a generation. The result was a stunning musical and visual triumph and proved, if it needed to be, that Screamadelica is one of the finest albums ever made and that Primal Scream are one of the truly great live bands.
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Screamadelica Live is a Primal Scream live album and DVD, It was released in 2011 for Primal Scream's tour for the 20th anniversary for the 1991 album Screamadelica. The performance was filmed at the Olympia Grand Hall in London on 26 November 2010 and was released on CD, DVD and Blu-ray on 30 May 2011. This is the final Primal Scream album to feature Mani, who departed and reformed his previous band The Stone Roses in the same year.
Prior to Screamadelica, Primal Scream were Stonesy classic rock revivalists with a penchant for Detroit rock. They retained those fascinations on Screamadelica - 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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Screamadelica is a 1991 album by Primal Scream and was their first to be a commercial success. In 1998 Q magazine readers voted it the 27th greatest album of all time. The album was a massive departure from the band's early indie rock sound, drawing inspiration from the house music scene (and associated drugs) that was becoming popular at the time of its production. Screamadelica is a 1991 album by Primal Scream and was their first to be a commercial success.
Album · 1991 · 11 Songs. Before acid house, Scotland's Primal Scream were your average, jangly psych-rock act. Then rave hit and Andrew Weatherall signed on to produce their third album, Screamadelica, and a generation's collective mind was blown. Their roots are evident in the Stones-style blues rock of "Movin' On Up", but the '60s quickly melt away as they dive into house beats, synth bleeps, dubbed-out remixology and the mind-bending chillout bliss of "Higher Than the Sun" and "I'm Comin' Down". Dancing in muddy fields would never be the same again.
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Primal Scream had already jumped from sweet-toothed jangle-pop, which Bobby Gillespie’s reedy voice suited well, to scuzzy proto-grunge, which it really didn’t. The live disc finds a ramshackle group admirably committed to showing their audience a great time, twisting Screamadelica’s grooves into more band-friendly shapes in the process. Some of them suffer – the segue from "Higher Than The Sun" into a clodhopping fragment of Sly Stone’s "Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey" is an excruciating flip from Gillespie’s finest impulses into his worst.
|Screamadelica Live (Blu-Ray) 1:18:12|
|BD-1||Movin' On Up||5:29|
|BD-2||Slip Inside This House||6:02|
|BD-3||Don't Fight It, Feel It||7:16|
|BD-5||I'm Coming Down||6:13|
|BD-6||Shine Like Stars||3:38|
|BD-8||Higher Than The Sun||13:25|
|Rock And Roll Set (Blu-Ray) 41:11|
|BD-16||Shoot Speed/Kill Light||4:50|
|Classic Album (Blu-Ray) 58:03|
|BD-20||Movin' On Up||3:43|
|BD-21||Genesis Of Primal Scream||3:54|
|BD-22||The Eponymous Album||4:50|
|BD-25||Don't Fight It, Feel It||3:41|
|BD-26||Why So Many Singles?||1:59|
|BD-28||The Cover Version||4:19|
|BD-29||The First Mercury Prize||4:40|
|BD-31||Shine Like Stars||3:22|
|Classic Album Bonus Material (Blu-Ray) 26:06|
|BD-32||Don't Fight It, Feel It||6:04|
|BD-33||Higher Than The Sun||3:57|
|BD-34||I'm Coming Down||4:04|
|BD-36||Shine Like Stars||8:39|
|1||Movin' On Up||5:20|
|2||Slip Inside This House||6:02|
|3||Don't Fight It, Feel It||7:17|
|5||I'm Coming Down||6:10|
|6||Shine Like Stars||3:38|
|8||Higher Than The Sun||13:27|
- Bass – Gary Mounfield
- Drums – Darrin Mooney
- Executive-Producer – Geoff Kempin, Terry Shand
- Film Director – George Scott
- Film Editor – Phil McDonald
- Film Producer – Nick de Grunwald
- Guitar – Andrew Innes, Barrie Cadogan
- Keyboards – Martin Duffy
- Lead Vocals – Bobby Gillespie
- Photography By – Grant Flemming*
- Production Manager – Sinéad D'Arcy
NotesFilmed at Olympia in London on 26 November 2010.
This comprehensive Blu-ray release also includes the complete 'Screamadelica' Classic Albums programme on the making of the album, including nearly 30 minutes of additional footage not included in the broadcast version and the cd of the entire 'Screamadelica' album performed live at Olympia.
Run time: 208 mins
Video: 1080i High Definition Widescreen 16x9 (1.78:1)
Dolby Digital 5.1
DTS HD Master Audio
Subtitles (Classic Album Only): English/ Español/ Français
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5051300508074
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