Primal Scream – ‘Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Singles’ – Out Now
May 24, 2019
Ahead of this year’s vibrant festival season, Primal Scream are releasing ‘Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Singles’, collecting one of the most powerful single discographies in rock. Out now.
Plus check out new November/December tour dates below…
From the era-defining hedonism of ‘Screamadelica’ to ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up’s bluesy drawl, to the furious attack of ‘XTRMNTR’, Primal Scream have consistently set the pace, staying one step ahead of the bleeding edge whilst never sounding like anyone but themselves.
Available now on 2CD and twin double LP sets, ‘Maximum Rock ‘n’ Roll: The Singles’ tracks the band’s development from 1986 to 2016, through triumph, line-up changes and tragedy.
Check out November/December Tour Dates and buy tickets below…
That tracklisting in full.
1 Velocity Girl
2 Gentle Tuesday
4 Ivy Ivy Ivy
6 Come Together
7 Higher Than the Sun
8 Don’t Fight It, Feel It
9 Movin’ on Up
12 (I’m Gonna) Cry Myself Blind
15 Burning Wheel
16 Swastika Eyes
17 Kill All Hippies
19 Miss Lucifer
20 Autobahn 66
21 Some Velvet Morning (with Kate Moss)
22 Country Girl
23 Dolls (Sweet Rock and Roll)
24 Sometimes I Feel So Lonely
25 Can’t Go Back
26 Uptown (Weatherall mix )
28 It’s Alright, It’s OK
29 Goodbye Johnny
30 Where the Light Gets In (with Sky Ferreira)
31 100% or Nothing
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