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  1. Kabei Reply
    thru the flowers - four track limited edition 7" vinyl with poster & postcard £
  2. Samut Reply
    The Primitives, however, are more about writing hooky pop songs than making great artistic strides; Lovely's most memorable tracks are built around P.J. Court's simple, jangly guitar lines and Tracey's sweet, melodic vocals. If one can look past the fact that their brand of Brit-pop sounds a bit dated, the Primitives are a consistently exciting Price: $
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    The album reached No. 6 on the UK album charts. It spent 9 weeks on the U.S. Billboard album charts and reached its peak position of No. in October Track listing. All songs written by Paul Court, except for where noted. "Crash" (Court, Steve Dullaghan, Tracy Tracy) - "Spacehead" (Court, Dullaghan, Tracy) - Genre: Indie pop.
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    Oct 13,  · Song taken from ER THE PRIMITIVES "Spin-O-Rama" LP [Clear Green Colour Vinyl] [Numbered Limited Edition of copies] / CD Digipak / Digital Album | On sale clicking.
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    The Primitives' profile has not been as high since their heyday, what with the release of a new studio album Echoes And Rhymes in and Cherry Red's 2-CD compilation of the band's pre-RCA recordings, "Everything's Shining Bright", which surfaced in March There then followed another studio album, "Spin-O-Rama", in /5(24).
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    Apr 18,  · The Primitives will be performing the songs from their debut album Lovely at five shows in September to mark the album's 25th anniversary - including a show at The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton, on.
  7. Tut Reply
    This album was a walkman favorite of mine back then, & while I never replaced it on CD (until now) I feel the collection of songs on the Primitives first LP easily spoke (& speaks) for itself. The songs for the most part are a breezy fuzz pop of the two minute variety, with wonderfully straightforward & /5(28).
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    "Crash" is a song written by The Primitives band members Paul Court, Steve Dullaghan and Tracy Cattell. The song was first recorded by The Primitives for their debut album ciemunhandrickpebondhenamortoheadli.xyzinfo version of the song was released as a single and a cassette in February and peaked at number five on United Kingdom singles chart and number three on the U.S. Modern Rock Tracks.