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Primal ScreamScreamadelica

Label:Creation Records – CRELP 076
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold Sleeve
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:House, Dub, Downtempo, Indie Rock

Tracklist

A1Movin' On Up
Producer [Additional], Mixed ByJimmy Miller
Programmed ByPaul Taylor (2)
A2Slip Inside This House
ProducerAndrew Innes, Hypnotone
Producer [Additional]Andrew Weatherall
Written-ByErikson*, Hall*
A3Don't Fight It, Feel It
FeaturingDenise Johnson
B1Higher Than The Sun
ProducerThe Orb
Producer [Credited To]Dr. Alex Paterson*, Thrash
B2Inner Flight
B3Come Together
C1Loaded
C2Damaged
Producer [Additional], Mixed ByJimmy Miller
C3I'm Comin' Down
D1Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts)
FeaturingJah Wobble
D2Shine Like Stars
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Notes

Issued on 2 LPs with sides numbered on custom labels 1 to 4; glossy gatefold sleeve with 'Primal Scream Screamadelica' in red on yellow removable sticker on the front.
Not to be confused with this version of Screamadelica which was pressed by Damont instead.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 017556 300763
  • Label Code: LC 6306
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A - etched): CRELP-076-A1 MAX. ✱ YOU ONLY GET ONE LINE...
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B - etched): CRELP-076 B1 MAX. ✱ DON'T BLOW IT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side C - etched): CRELP-076-C1 MAX. ✱ EQUITY IS KILLING ME...
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side D - etched): CRELP-076-D1 MAX. ✱ I'LL HAVE A CHEEKY HALF.

Other Versions (5 of 83)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Screamadelica (CD, Album, SRC)Sire, Warner Bros. Records9 26714-2US1991
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Screamadelica (CD, Album)Creation RecordsCRECD 076UK1991
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Screamadelica (CD, Album)Intercord, Creation RecordsINT 892.740, CRECD 076Germany1991
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Screamadelica (CD, Album, Promo)Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records9 26714-2-DJ, 9 26714-2US1991
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Screamadelica (Cassette, Album)Creation RecordsC-CRE 076UK1991

Reviews

  • tony879's avatar
    tony879
    Edited 3 months ago
    Still got my copy from release and it has the sticker which I removed and put on the back at the time as I wanted the iconic cover image with nothing on it, to show off! This takes me straight back to that exciting time of Acid House, warehouses and indie gigs, Disco/Reggae, Punk and Funk, House music and dancing…
    Memories :-)
    • Floydianfella's avatar
      Floydianfella
      Having owned this album on vinyl for 30 years the music is all killer no filler. The qualty of this first pressing is outstanding and puts the majority of modern pressings to shame.
      • Zambonirodeo's avatar
        Zambonirodeo
        Edited 4 years ago
        Referencing Screamadelica Plain Records No. 106, 2003. Hello, I have the Plain Records pressing (180g) of this release, however my inside sleeves are different, and I don't see an option for my copy on this list. My copy has 2 red heavy cardboard inner sleeves with song titles on them (as opposed to the paper white sleeves) and 1 panel has a B&W photo of the band seated in what I believe is an airplane.
        can someone help me categorize this pressing? Why is mine different, and, why is it not listed on here?
        Thanks!
        • michal_flis's avatar
          michal_flis
          I bought the issue looks like this first UK press, with the same label code, barcode, sides numbered on custom labels 1-4, etc. - but it’s a misprint or mispress release, with same tracks on side A and C, and with the same matrix/runouts on side A and C:

          Side A and C tracks: Movin’ On Up; Slip Inside This House; Don’t Fight It, Feel It
          Side A and C run-outs (etched): CRELP-076-A1 MAT. * YOU ONLY GET ONE LINE...

          If anyone knows anything about this issue or has it?
          • FrequencyRadio's avatar
            Edited 16 years ago
            Another soundtrack of the early 90's for sure, this album is another that influenced me hugely. It also made me take note of the excellent producer behind it who is Andrew Weatherall which just goes to show what a multitude of talent the guy has.
            I'll never bore putting this on my turntables.
            • rev.robert's avatar
              rev.robert
              this is the only other album that was on my turntable in '91 that mattered to me. so many styles represented on this record as the dj becomes the producer.

              one big party record.

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