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  1. Watch the video for Swastika Eyes from Primal Scream's Dirty Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  2. Primal Scream If there's a style of music Primal Scream hasn't tried just be patient, they'll probably get around to it. Swastika Eyes (EP) - Accelerator - XTRMNTR [2-CD Edition] - Kill All Hippies [Japan] - Evil Heat [2-CD Edition] - Dirty Hits - Riot City Blues - Beautiful Future [Japan Edition]
  3. Mar 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Primal Scream - Swastika Eyes - XTRMNTR YouTube Primal Scream live at Astoria complete - Duration: Crab Nebula 64, views.
  4. Vanishing Point is the fifth studio album by Scottish rock band Primal tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo was released on 7 July in the United Kingdom by Creation Records and in the United States by Reprise tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo peaked at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart. The album shows inspiration from genres such as dub, ambient, dance music, and krautrock, as well as bands such as Motörhead, Can, and the Stooges.
  5. Producer – Brendan Lynch, Primal Scream: B2: Swastika Eyes Mixed By, Producer [Additional] – Jagz Kooner Recorded By – Primal Scream: B3: Kill All Hippies Producer – Brendan Lynch, Primal Scream Written-By – M. Nelson* B4: Accelerator Engineer – Andy Wilkinson Mixed By – Kevin Shields Producer – Brendan Lynch.
  6. Producer – Brendan Lynch, Primal Scream: Swastika Eyes Mixed By, Producer [Additional] – Jagz Kooner Recorded By – Primal Scream: Kill All Hippies Producer – Brendan Lynch, Primal Scream: Accelerator Engineer – Andy Wilkinson Mixed By – Kevin Shields Producer – Brendan Lynch, Primal Scream: /5(9).
  7. UK punk/dance veterans Primal Scream release their very first best of compilation 'Dirty Hits'. The track set features an updated version of their Kate Moss duet, 'Some Velvet Morning', re-worked by Kevin Shields & Jagz Kooner as well as cover their much-celebrated career including tracks from their landmark album 'Screamadelica'/5(54).

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