Primal Scream - Vanishing Point mp3 album
Vanishing Point (Primal Scream album). Vanishing Point is the fifth studio album by Scottish rock band Primal Scream. It was released on 7 July 1997 in the United Kingdom by Creation Records and in the United States by Reprise Records. The album shows inspiration from genres such as dub, ambient, dance music, and krautrock, as well as bands such as Motörhead, Can, and the Stooges.
For other uses, see Primal Scream (disambiguation). The music on the album had a complex shoegazing dance/dub rhythm, harking back to the crossover success of Screamadelica, yet sounding significantly darker. Some songs on the album were inspired by cult 1971 film Vanishing Point; Gillespie said that they wanted to create an alternative soundtrack for the film. Other lyrics were inspired by the band's past experiences with drug abuse. Throughout the Vanishing Point tour Primal Scream employed the up-and-coming Asian Dub Foundation as a support act, helping them to break into the mainstream. In February 1998 the band released the "If They Move, Kill 'Em" EP. This notably featured the bands' first collaboration with Kevin Shields, on his remix of the title track.
CD1 includes original Vanishing Point album (Tracks 1-1 to 1-11) with five bonus tracks. Bonus CD includes an additional nine b-sides, remixes and tracks released only on singles. Tracks 1-12, 1-15, 1-16 originally released on Star single Tracks 1-13, 1-14, 2-4 originally released on Kowalski single Tracks 2-1 to 2-3 originally released on Primal Scream, Irvine Welsh & On-U Sound - The Big Man And The Scream Team Meet The Barmy Army Uptown single Track 2-5 originally released on Primal Scream Meet The. Two Lone Swordsmen - Stuka 12" Track 2-6.
by Primal Scream - 11 Tracks - 55:57. Release date 07/15/1997. 5. If They Move, Kill 'Em. Primal Scream.
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Vanishing Point is a dark, trippy album, filled with mind-bending rhythms and cinematic flourishes. The addition of former Stone Roses bassist Mani to the Scream gives their music an organically funky foundation that had been lacking. Above anything else, Vanishing Point is about sound and groove.
|5||If They Move, Kill 'Em|
|6||Out Of The Void|
NotesMini Disc release of the album
|CRECD 178||Primal Scream||Vanishing Point (CD, Album)||Creation Records||CRECD 178||UK||1997|
|CDW 46559||Primal Scream||Vanishing Point (CD, Album)||Reprise Records||CDW 46559||Canada||1997|
|9 46559-4, 4-46559||Primal Scream||Vanishing Point (Cass, Album, Dol)||Reprise Records, Creation Records||9 46559-4, 4-46559||US||1997|
|2-46559-AB||Primal Scream||Vanishing Point (CD, Album, Promo)||Reprise Records||2-46559-AB||US||1997|
|C-CRE 178||Primal Scream||Vanishing Point (Cass, Album)||Creation Records||C-CRE 178||UK||1997|