Metallica's James Hetfield recently stated that the band was in the final process…
- Posted on Feb 17th 2010 7:25AM by Julian Marszalek
Helmed by DJ Andrew Weatherall and featuring production contributions from the Orb and erstwhile Rolling Stones producer Jimmy Miller, the album -- which contains the classics 'Movin' On Up', 'Come Together' and the seminal single 'Loaded' -- was originally released in 1991 to universal acclaim and came to be a major force in what was then described as the indie-dance crossover.
In recent times, bands such as Mudhoney, Dinosaur Jr, Lloyd Cole & the Commotions, Pixies and Slint have all revisited past albums, and the people behind All Tomorrow's Parties have turned such pursuits into an annual event. Coming up in May this year, Iggy and the Stooges will revisit their 1973 masterpiece, 'Raw Power,' with guitarist James Williamson coming out of rock 'n'r oll retirement. This is the second time the Stooges have done such a project, having torn through their 1970 album, 'Funhouse,' back in 2005.
Tickets for Primal Scream's 'Screamadelica' gig go on sale on Feb. 26.