2CD released: Jun 02, 2023

1. Thru The Flowers
2. Across My Shoulder
3. She Don't Need You
4. Lazy
5. Really Stupid
6. We Found A Way To The Sun
7. Where The Wind Blows
8. Stop Killing Me
9. Buzz Buzz Buzz
10. Laughing Up My Sleeve
11. Ocean Blue
12. Shadow (Guitar Version)
13. Thru The Flowers (New Version)
14. Everything Shining Bright
15. Nothing Left
16. Across My Shoulder -live 1985 Demos
17. Crash -live 1985 Demos
18. Spacehead -live 1985 Demos
19. Nothing Left (Sounds Version)
20. I'll Stick With You - 1987 Album Sessions
21. Dreamwalk Baby -1987 Album Sessions
22. Buzz Buzz Buzz -1987 Album Sessions
23. Nothing Left -1987 Album Sessions
24. Out Of Reach -1987 Album Sessions
25. Carry Me Home -1987 Album Sessions
26. Don't Want Anything To Change -1987 Album Sessions
27. Think I'll Stick With You -live At The Ica
28. Dreamwalk Baby-live At The Ica
29. Run Baby Run -live At The Ica
30. Thru The Flowers -live At The Ica
31. Nothing Left -live At The Ica
32. Where The Wind Blows -live At The Ica
33. Out Of Reach -live At The Ica
34. We Found A Way To The Sun-live At The Ica
35. Don't Want Anything To Change -live At The Ica
36. Across My Shoulder -live At The Ica
37. Everything's Shining Bright -live At The Ica
38. Buzz Buzz Buzz -live At The Ica
39. Stop Killing Me-live At The Ica
40. I Wanna Be Your Dog-live At The Ica
Cat No: CDBRED560
Barcode: 5013929156036
Packaging: 2CD Slim Double

Repress. UK two CD collection from the British Guitar Pop outfit. Back in the mid-'80s, The Primitives combined the fuzz guitars of The Jesus & Mary Chain with the Pop sensibilities of Blondie and a nod to cult heroes The Velvet Underground. They swiftly rose from being a popular Indie guitar outfit to charting worldwide with "Crash", kick starting a craze in bands fronted by blonde female singers (Transvision Vamp, The Darling Buds et al). Between 1985 and 1987, the band issued five singles/EP's on independent label Lazy Records (also home to My Bloody Valentine and later Birdland) before signing with RCA. Everything's Shining Bright is named after their planned Lazy Records album, which was abandoned when the band left the label - indeed, seven of the 10 previously unissued tracks here stem from those scotched LP sessions. Also unearthed is the band's very first demo from 1985, consisting of three tracks including a dry-run through their eventual hit "Crash". This set also boasts their promo-only live album at the ICA; as such, it offers their entire Lazy output from that period.

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