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Album artwork for Vanishing Point by Primal Scream

The scream returned to form in 1997 with "an anarcho-syndicalist speedfreak roadmovie record." They baptised it Vanishing Point, named after their favourite cult movie from 1971, and filled it with echoes of spy movies, cavernous dub, and '60s pop that created shoe-gaze mania that emphasised sound and groove.

It was a triumphant return to the genre-bending electronic dance rock and neo-psychedelica, but one with a heavier bounce to it than their seminal Screamadelica. Bassist Mani from the Stone Roses joined ranks, added an organic funky foundation to Primal Scream's sound and ultimately saved the band. With contributions from Augustus Pablo, Glen Matlock, The Memphis Horns and a Darth Vader mask, Vanishing Point is a throbbing album built on improvisation that works the rhythm into a psychedelic frenzy as rebellious as the film that inspired it.

Primal Scream

Vanishing Point

Music On Vinyl
Album artwork for Album artwork for Vanishing Point by Primal Scream by Vanishing Point - Primal Scream
Album artwork for Vanishing Point by Primal Scream
LPx2

£32.99

Released 15/08/2011Catalogue Number

movlp363

Primal Scream

Vanishing Point

Music On Vinyl
Album artwork for Album artwork for Vanishing Point by Primal Scream by Vanishing Point - Primal Scream
Album artwork for Vanishing Point by Primal Scream
LPx2

£32.99

Released 15/08/2011Catalogue Number

movlp363

The scream returned to form in 1997 with "an anarcho-syndicalist speedfreak roadmovie record." They baptised it Vanishing Point, named after their favourite cult movie from 1971, and filled it with echoes of spy movies, cavernous dub, and '60s pop that created shoe-gaze mania that emphasised sound and groove.

It was a triumphant return to the genre-bending electronic dance rock and neo-psychedelica, but one with a heavier bounce to it than their seminal Screamadelica. Bassist Mani from the Stone Roses joined ranks, added an organic funky foundation to Primal Scream's sound and ultimately saved the band. With contributions from Augustus Pablo, Glen Matlock, The Memphis Horns and a Darth Vader mask, Vanishing Point is a throbbing album built on improvisation that works the rhythm into a psychedelic frenzy as rebellious as the film that inspired it.