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The Primitives - Pure album

The Primitives - Pure album
Performer: The Primitives
Title: Pure
Released: 1989
Country: UK & Europe
Style: Indie Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 346
Formats: XM AA VOC MP2 VOX MMF AUD
MP3 size: 1627 mb
FLAC size: 1837 mb

Tracklist

Outside
Summer Rain
Sick Of It
Shine
Dizzy Heights
All The Way Down
Secrets
Keep Me In Mind
Lonely Streets
Can't Bring Me Down
Way Behind Me
Never Tell

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PL 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP, Album) RCA, Lazy Records PL 74252 UK & Europe 1989
PD 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA PD 74252 UK & Europe 1989
PD 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) BMG Ariola, RCA PD 74252 Spain 1989
9934-2-R The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA, BMG, Lazy Records 9934-2-R US 1989
R32P-1235 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA R32P-1235 Japan 1989
PD 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA PD 74252 Australia 1989
PD 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA PD 74252 UK & Europe 1989
PK 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(Cass, Album) BMG Ariola, RCA PK 74252 Spain 1989
9934-4-R The Primitives Pure ‎(Cass, Album) RCA 9934-4-R US 1989
PK 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(Cass, Album) RCA PK 74252 Australia 1989
PK 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) RCA, Lazy Records PK 74252 UK & Europe 1989
9934-4-R The Primitives Pure ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) RCA 9934-4-R Canada 1989
9934-1-R The Primitives Pure ‎(LP) RCA 9934-1-R US 1989
150.7015 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP) RCA 150.7015 Brazil 1989
9934-1-R The Primitives Pure ‎(LP) RCA 9934-1-R Canada 1989
PL 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP, Album) BMG Ariola, RCA PL 74252 Spain 1989
PL 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP, Album) RCA, Lazy Records, RCA Victor PL 74252 Australasia 1989
(L) 1120 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP, Album) RCA (L) 1120 South Africa 1989
PL 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP, Album, TP) RCA PL 74252 UK & Europe 1989

Tracklist

A1 Outside
A2 Summer Rain
A3 Sick Of It
A4 Shine
A5 Dizzy Heights
A6 All The Way Down
B1 Secrets
B2 Keep Me In Mind
B3 Lonely Streets
B4 Can't Bring Me Down
B5 Way Behind Me
B6 Never Tell

Credits

  • Arranged By – Paul Sampson, The Primitives
  • Artwork By [Design] – Leisure Process, The
  • Bass, Engineer – Paul Sampson
  • Drums – Tig*
  • Guitar – Paul*
  • Photography – Paul Cox
  • Producer – Paul Sampson, Wayne Morris
  • Vocals – Tracy*
  • Written-By – P.J. Court*

Notes

Depósito Legal: M.33725-1989

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PL 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(LP, Album) RCA, Lazy Records PL 74252 UK & Europe 1989
PD 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA PD 74252 UK & Europe 1989
PD 74252 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) BMG Ariola, RCA PD 74252 Spain 1989
9934-2-R The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA, BMG, Lazy Records 9934-2-R US 1989
R32P-1235 The Primitives Pure ‎(CD, Album) RCA R32P-1235 Japan 1989

Pure is a 1989 studio album by the British band The Primitives, released as the follow-up to their debut, Lovely.

Galore is the third studio album by The Primitives. It was the final album recorded by the group in their first existence, as they disbanded shortly after this release. They would not record again until 2010, and would not release another album until 2012's Echoes and Rhymes. All tracks composed by Paul Court; except where indicated. You Are the Way" (Paul Court, Ian Broudie) - 3:32. Lead Me Astray" - 3:16.

The band's second album Pure (1989) was preceded by three singles - "Way Behind Me" (UK No. 36, US Modern Rock No. 8), "Sick of It" (UK No. 24, US Modern Rock No. 9) and "Secrets", (UK No. 49, US Modern Rock No. 12). In 1990, the band did a co-headlining tour of the US with The Sugarcubes as well as a short tour of Japan Reformation (2009–present). Pure (1989) - UK No. 36. Galore (1991). Echoes and Rhymes (2012).

Distributed in the . by BMG Records, in Europe by BMG, Ariola. With illustrated inner sleeve.

On Pure, the Primitives churn out typical late-'80s pop mixed with a little Manchester influence. Focusing on catchy hooks, jangly guitars, and Tracy's sweet, melodic voice, the band creates solid pop songs, such as "Sick of It" and "Dizzy Heights. But it's the songs where the band experiments and moves away from its traditional sound that stand out. On "Shine," "All the Way Down," and "I Almost Touched You," guitarist .

Features Song Lyrics for The Primitives's Pure album. Dizzy Heights Lyrics. The Primitives Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular The Primitives Lyrics.

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Vertokini
Many will object "Pure" is a bit of a downer, considering the energy and effort put into the group's 1988 debut masterpiece. While most songs here do heavily rely on "Lovely's" melodic sensibilities, "Pure" is by no means a flop - on contrary, it's more mature. There is some entrapment along the way though - to start with, for some reason the album includes one of the group's transitional songs, the excellent "Way Behind Me" (available also on later editions of "Lovely"). The song itself doesn't affect the mood of the whole album but for "Pure", The Primitives should have left it a sweet obscurity rather than exploiting its bonus potential on both albums equally. Secondly, while earlier Primitives leaned heavily towards The Ramones with their own sense of innovation, on "Pure" some pieces can very easily be confused with the likes of Spacemen 3/Sonic Boom, The House Of Love and The Jesus & Mary Chain respecfully, due to its frequent use of psychedelic/dreamy guitar textures - the presence of Cocteau Twins is also evident in "Summer Rain"; a listener can very easily get confused, expecting Liz Fraser to start singing any second after the guitar intro, which by default is all Robin Guthrie's trademark sound. At the time, due to any such impressions, "Pure" very possibly suffered a great deal (the group's line-up change also contributed to any inconsistency), but it is by no means a plagiarist or weak record aiming at indie scene's then-actual trends (most notably the Shoegaze scene of the late 80s). It still has raw energy, shares optimism and melancholy and dream-like qualities of a good pop record - Tracy's vocals are smooth, with occasional leads by one of her bandmates (strangely not credited anwhere), giving the whole structure more strength from basic punk-ish simplicity chords. As time goes by, many will sadly (and unfairly) underestimate The Primitives' legacy due to their lonesome top 10 success of "Crash", but the group should be explored from their whole lot of three albums' worth. "Pure" being the second, lost in the middle, where its many numbers shine with a decent light - most notably "Secrets", "Shine", "Sick Of It" or "Keep Me In Mind" to name a few. The CD version includes four extra numbers, each a delicious guitar-led pop candy - "Noose", the stunning "beat version" of "All the Way Down" (which even dares tackling Madchester's shores), a cover of Lou Reed's "I'll Be Your Mirror" and the closing number "I Almost Touched You".An honest, recommended listen.
Winasana
I loved all of their stuff from the minute I heard them as a 17 yr old. It seems they along with a few other bands seemed to get run over when grunge (which I was also into at the same time) appeared on the mainstream. Couldn't disagree with you though as all their albums are bright and packed with great tunes to dance around to, assuming one wishes middle aged men to dance.
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