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Download links and information about Lovely by The Primitives. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 38:32 minutes.

Artist: The Primitives
Release date: 1988
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 38:32
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No. Title Length
1. Crash 2:31
2. Spacehead 2:11
3. Carry Me Home 2:54
4. Shadow 3:28
5. Thru' the Flowers 2:30
6. Dreamwalk Baby 2:01
7. I'll Stick With You 2:33
8. Way Behind Me 3:08
9. Nothing Left 3:04
10. Stop Killing Me 2:04
11. Out of Reach 2:19
12. Ocean Blue 3:24
13. Run Baby Run 2:32
14. Don't Want Anything to Change 1:52
15. Buzz Buzz Buzz 2:01



One of the best pop songs of the '80s, The Primitives' “Crash” (later remixed for the Dumb and Dumber soundtrack), leads an album full of similarly heady pop moments (“Spacehead,” “Way Behind Me,” “Buzz Buzz Buzz”), suitably ethereal shoegaze (“Thru the Flowers,” “Stop Killing Me”), ’60s throwbacks (“Out of Reach”), and even memorable nods to the psych-era Beatles (“Shadow”) and early Blondie (“Nothing Left”). So, yeah, it’s easy to see how this U.K. band (fronted by the beautiful, effervescent singer Tracy Cattell) have been compared to The Sundays or Jesus & Mary Chain or My Bloody Valentine. But don’t hold any of that against them. There’s something persuasive about Cattell’s breathy delivery and sugary melodies, about her deceptively innocent voice happily singing refrains of “nah nah nah” in a tune about a lover careening out of control. There’s something about her old-school Hollywood starlet blonde coif and Nancy Sinatra carriage. And there’s something irresistible about guitarist Paul Court’s distorted riffs and jingle jangle. That kind of instant nostalgia pumps through all of The Primitives' music.