Primal Scream ‎– Echo Dek

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1 Living Dub 5:30
2 Duffed Up 3:09
3 Revolutionary 5:20
4 Ju-87 5:46
5 First Name Unknown 5:01
6 Vanishing Dub 4:51
7 Last Train 6:22
8 Wise Blood
Vocals – Prince Far I
5:15
9 Dub In Vain 3:09

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℗ 1997 Creation Records Ltd.
© 1997 Creation Records Ltd.

Original production on Vanishing Point by Brendan Lynch* and Primal Scream.
*For Lynchmob Productions
Re-recorded and Mixed on ON-U Sound Studios London E17

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 017556 602249
  • Matrix / Runout: [DADC Austria logo] A0100217276-0101 13 A2
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L553
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94S1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CREL7 224, CREL7224 Primal Scream Echo Dek(Box + 4x7", Single + 7", S/Sided, Single) Creation Records, Creation Records CREL7 224, CREL7224 UK 1997 Sell This Version
CRECD 224 Primal Scream Echo Dek(CD, Album, Ltd, Gat) Creation Records CRECD 224 UK 1997 Sell This Version
ESCA 6844 Primal Scream Echo Dek(CD, Album) Creation Records ESCA 6844 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
CRECD 224, SCR 488966 2 Primal Scream Echo Dek(CD, Album) Creation Records, Creation Records CRECD 224, SCR 488966 2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
CRECD 224, SCR 488966 2 Primal Scream Echo Dek(CD, Album) Creation Records, Creation Records CRECD 224, SCR 488966 2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version

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ReeferMan

ReeferMan

February 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Also released in a limited edition cardboard gatefold sleeve CD format with different artwork. That's the version that I possess.

'Echo Dek' is essentially the 'Vanishing Point' album remixed by the godlike hand of Adrian Sherwood. The production bears the distinctive Sherwood stamp with full-on time / echo dub, massive bass artefacts and trippy samples used to mind-warping effect. The original tracks are twisted into a surreal audio soundscape that should be listened to in a dub / ambient / downtempo frame of mind, ideally with herbal accompaniment. The distinction between 'Vanishing Point' and 'Echo Dek' is massive i.e. two unique albums from the one musical root.

Standout tracks for me are 'Vanishing Dub' and 'JU87', the former an awesome pounding dub and the latter a track designed to blow apart any stoners on the couch :) The remix examples of 'Burning Wheel' and 'Kowalski' are notable as the originals were already pretty dubby on 'Vanishing Point'.

If 'Vanishing Point' was chilled out and laid back, 'Echo Dek' is completely stoned out of it's box and one toke away from having a whitey on the floor. Fantastic stuff.