- Summary: The tenth studio release for the Scottish rock band was produced by David Holmes and features guest appearances by Robert Plant, My Bloody Valentine's Kevin Shields, and Mark Stewart.
- Record Label: Sony Music Entertainment
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock
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Jun 17, 2013It is one of those odd Primal Scream albums where they pull it all together--roping in the hard rock, free jazz, club beats, flowery psychedelia, the worship of the Stooges, and a devotion to avant-garde cinema--building upon the past in an attempt to get closer to the future.
Q MagazineMay 13, 2013Primal Scream haven't sounded this vital in at least a decade. [Jun 2013, p.97]
Classic Rock MagazineJun 26, 2013["It's A;right, It's OK" is] Yet another foray into shameless retro pastiche, then, but it concludes this gloomy, ear-bashing album with a welcome blast of rousing optimism. [Jul 2013, p.90]
Positive: 3 out of 3
Mixed: 0 out of 3
Negative: 0 out of 3
Jun 17, 2014In my opinion, Primal Scream's best album to date. Although long, this album rarely has low points. The opener "2013" is a perfect track alongIn my opinion, Primal Scream's best album to date. Although long, this album rarely has low points. The opener "2013" is a perfect track along with many others on the album.… Expand
Jun 21, 2013Álbum notável e bastante ecléctico. Misturas de sons fantásticas. Álbum bastante inteligente e actual.
Para mim um dos melhor álbum dosÁlbum notável e bastante ecléctico. Misturas de sons fantásticas. Álbum bastante inteligente e actual.
Para mim um dos melhor álbum dos Primal Scream está ao mesmo nível dos primeiros.
26 revisões com uma média de 78/100 para mim uma revisão falsa, este álbum vale muito mais que álbuns aqui cotados com mais de 85/100… Expand
Jun 18, 2013The best of all Primal Scream's world. Sprawling, hazy, and enjoyable. It would be tough to brand Primal Scream and the same with this album.The best of all Primal Scream's world. Sprawling, hazy, and enjoyable. It would be tough to brand Primal Scream and the same with this album.
Perfect for launching the summer.… Collapse
Published: May 9, 2013The coming months will see new albums from Daft Punk, Vampire Weekend, Boards of Canada, The National, Queens of the Stone Age, and (maybe) Kanye West. Get all the details on these and other major summer releases, and listen to tracks from each one.
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