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Evil Heat
     

Evil Heat

by Primal Scream
 

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Having reinvented themselves again and again over the years -- paisley-clad indie-poppers, Iggy-inspired hard rockers, ecstasy-fueled dance-floor mavens, and all-around troublemakers -- Primal Scream never make it all that easy to chart their moves. But on this aptly titled, peripatetic disc, Bobby Gillespie and company have really outdone themselves. At the onset of

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Having reinvented themselves again and again over the years -- paisley-clad indie-poppers, Iggy-inspired hard rockers, ecstasy-fueled dance-floor mavens, and all-around troublemakers -- Primal Scream never make it all that easy to chart their moves. But on this aptly titled, peripatetic disc, Bobby Gillespie and company have really outdone themselves. At the onset of "Deep Hit of Morning Sun," you might think the Primals have gone post-millennial gospel, so deep is the spiritual heart of the flanging, echo-laden track. But then the bad-trip sonics of "Miss Lucifer" -- a throbbing ode to all things hedonistic -- kicks in and dispels that notion (for a while, at least). Evil Heat is rife with such hairpin turns, tripping madly on the Air-styled euphoria of "Autobahn 66" and the sneering clangor of "Rise," an unblinking assessment of humanity's inherent unpleasantness that makes a nice counterpoint to the PIL song of the same name. While the much-discussed "Bomb the Pentagon" doesn't rear its head here, there's no shortage of contentiousness -- most palpably the space-blues foray "The Lord Is My Shotgun," replete with harmonica playing by Robert Plant. To balance things out, Kate Moss turns up as well, duetting with Gillespie on a suitably ethereal version of the Lee Hazlewood/Nancy Sinatra classic "Some Velvet Morning." Primal Scream's albums rarely make for a boring ride, and the red-hot Evil Heat is no exception.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/26/2002
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0696998702721
catalogNumber:
87027

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Performance Credits

Primal Scream   Primary Artist
Robert Plant   Harmonica
Martin Duffy   Keyboards
Bobby Gillespie   Vocals
Andrew Innes   Guitar
Phil Mossman   Harmonica
Marco Nelson   Vocal Harmony
Jim Reid   Vocals
Kevin Shields   Guitar
Gary Mounfield   Bass
Robert Young   Guitar
Paul Harte   Guitar
Darrin Mooney   Drums
Chris Mackin   Bass
Kate Moss   Vocals

Technical Credits

Andrew Innes   Engineer
Jagz Kooner   Producer,Engineer
Brendan Lynch   Engineer
Kevin Shields   Producer
Two Lone Swordsmen   Producer
Raj Daf   Engineer

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