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Primitive Man


Download links and information about Primitive Man by Icehouse. This album was released in 1982 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:10:58 minutes.

Artist: Icehouse
Release date: 1982
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:10:58
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No. Title Length
1. Great Southern Land 5:18
2. Uniform 4:12
3. Hey Little Girl 4:26
4. Street Café 4:13
5. Glam (Instrumental) 3:21
6. Trojan Blue 5:04
7. One By One 4:02
8. Break These Chains 3:43
9. Mysterious Things 4:26
10. Goodnight Mr. Matthews (USA Re-Record) 4:01
11. Over the Line 2:46
12. Glam (12" Version) 6:36
13. Uniform (German Version) 4:06
14. Hey Little Girl (12" Version) 6:58
15. Street Café (Single Mix) 4:12
16. Love in Motion (USA Re-Recording) 3:34



As an oboe/guitar player involved in electro popular music, it's no surprise Iva Davies took to Roxy Music, especially on "Street Café" and the mega-hit "Hey Little Girl," which duly landed in no less than 13 European Top Ten singles charts, going all the way in Switzerland. An album of atmospheres, "Great Southern Land" evokes images of Australia's arid interior, while "Trojan Blue" conjures up medieval Italy or France. "Mysterious Thing" continues Primitive Man's mood, and produces what may be the best line in ambient white funk recorded! Running orders for the album fluctuate; Australian editions swapped "Love in Motion" for the rockier "Break These Chains" (vice versa in the U.K.). Finishing up is an excellent reworking of "Goodnight Mr. Mathews," which had earlier appeared on the Steve Nye single-only version of "Love in Motion" (itself re-recorded less successfully). Primitive Man (aka Love in Motion in the U.K.) is still one his finest recordings. Those seeking out the CD are also blessed with the inclusion of "Over the Line," hitherto only available on Fresco and the singles box set, the original 12" of "Girl," and the German version of "Uniform."