PRIMAL SCREAM - EVIL HEAT

PRIMAL SCREAM

EVIL HEAT

2LP
PI

Evil Heat is Primal Scream's seventh album, originally released in 2002. Former My Bloody Valentine guitarist Kevin Shields produced several tracks and Andrew Weatherall produced a couple of tracks as well. Kate Moss sang on "Some Velvet Morning" and Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant plays harmonica on "The Lord Is My Shotgun".

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Printed innersleeves
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Catalog # : MOVLP337Format : 2 LP, 180 gramReleasedate : 2011-06-23
Barcode : 8713748982089Sleeve : 5mmOriginal Release : 2002 

Side A

1. Deep Hit Of Morning Sun
2. Miss Lucifer
3. Detroit

Side B

1. Autobahn 66
2. Rise

Side C

1. The Lord Is My Shotgun
2. City
3. Some Velvet Morning

Side D

1. Skull X
2. A Scanner Darkly
3. Space Blues Number 2

Evil Heat is Primal Scream's seventh album, originally released in 2002. Though the political content on Evil Heat was not as strong as on its predecessor XTRMNTR (MOVLP164), one song had to be adjusted before its release. The track "Rise" was originally titled "Bomb The Pentagon" which was a bit inappropriate in the light of the September 11 attacks.

The album, like many of Primal Scream's previous albums, had multiple producers. Former My Bloody Valentine guitarist Kevin Shields produced several tracks and Andrew Weatherall produced a couple of tracks as well. It features some very special guests. Kate Moss sang on "Some Velvet Morning", a cover version of the Lee Hazlewood/Nancy Sinatra song and another guest appearance was made by Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant who plays harmonica on "The Lord Is My Shotgun".

  • 180 gram audiophile vinyl
  • Printed innersleeves