There is no denying the impact of Primal Scream's seminal album Screamadelica when it came out in 1991.
'Madchester' producer Andrew Weatherall had transformed the somewhat insignificant indie band into era-defining chroniclers of their time.
He had taken the song 'I'm Losing More Than I'll Ever Have', chopped it, mashed it, remixed it, added a sample from Peter Fonda's B-movie The Wild Angels, and turned it into 'Loaded'; The anthem that pushed Acid House and Rave Culture (and the excessive drug use that came with it) into the foreground.
Screamadelica was the winner of the first ever Mercury Music Prize in 1992, and since its release it has remained in a number of critics' lists of albums of the '90s.
And yet 20 years after its release this album has proven that it is as timeless as it is a classic, Royal Mail even decided to include Screamadelica in its 'Classic Album Cover' set of stamps they issued in 2010. For its 20th anniversary this gatefold sleeve includes the entire album on 2 LPS, a 16 page booklet with artwork and liner notes and is embossed with spot UV on the Primal Scream logo.
-180 grams audiophile vinyl
-Embossed with spot UV gatefold sleeve
-16 Page booklet with spot UV
A1 Movin' On Up (3:44)
A2 Slip Inside This House (5:15)
A3 Don't Fight It, Feel It (6:51)
B1 Higher Than The Sun (3:37)
B2 Inner Flight (5:01)
B3 Come Together (10:19)
C1 Loaded (6:59)
C2 Damaged (5:37)
C3 I'm Comin' Down (5:59)
D1 Higher Than The Sun (7:37)
D2 Shine Like Stars (3:45)
This vinyl product is shipped from the UK in heavyweight protective card packaging