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Tag: The Primitives
This week’s new releases include ‘Echoes and Rhymes,’ the first new album from The Primitives in 21 years, plus reissues of Swans’ 1989 major-label album ‘The Burning World’ and ‘The Big Heat,’ the 1986 solo debut from Wall of Voodoo’s Stan Ridgway.
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With their new ‘concept covers album’ Echoes and Rhymes out in two weeks, The Primitives today released a video for the record’s first single: ‘Turn Off the Moon,’ a song that originally appeared as the B-side to the single ‘Lolita Ya Ya’ from the soundtrack to Stanley Kubrick’s ‘Lolita.’
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Last month we brought you a stream of Belle and Sebastian’s somewhat languid cover of The Primitives’ jangle-pop classic ‘Crash,’ recorded for the Scottish band’s ‘Late Night Tales’ mix CD — and now comes the music video, featuring animated, Lego-like reproductions of B&S.
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Reunited British indie-pop combo The Primitives just announced they’re releasing a new covers album in April, and now they get the cover treatment as Belle and Sebastian give their classic 1988 single ‘Crash’ a leisurely makeover. Check out the new version here, and watch the original video, too.
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The Primitives today announced the release of their first full-length record in 21 years, a 14-track ‘concept covers album’ called ‘Echoes and Rhymes’ that will ‘revisit songs from semi-obscure bands from the ’60s with women lead singers’ in a variety of sonic styles.
Fans of The Primitives received a pleasant surprise this morning, when the reunited indie-pop act posted a video on its Facebook page of its newly recorded cover of late-’60s obscurity ‘The Witch’ by German duo Adam & Eve.
The Primitives recently released ‘Never Kill a Secret,’ its first new recordings in 20 years, and now the U.K. band’s label is offering up a free track from that four-song EP: ‘Need All that Help I Can Get.’
As promised, ‘Rattle My Cage’ — the lead-off track from The Primitives’ new EP ‘Never Kill a Secret,’ due out digitally this week — is ‘a bit noisier’ than our first taste of the four-song release.