[b]Bobby Gillespie[/b] reveals influences for follow-up to acclaimed album, [b]'Vanishing Point'[/b]...

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Primal Scream are currently in the studio working on the follow-up album to 1997's 'Vanishing Point' - their sixth studio album since 1987's 'Sonic Flower Groove'.

Bobby Gillespie is yet to reveal details but he joked that the band were also planning to make a road movie in the style of the 1971 film Two-Lane Blacktop, which starred the late Beach Boys drummer Dennis Wilson and singer/songwriter James Taylor.

Gillespie said: "We're getting into underground movies, man. It's going to have to have somebody in it who doesn't mind not speaking very much because we haven't written a screenplay yet. Like in Two-Lane Blacktop the dudes don't really speak much, they just look cool. So maybe I'll do it."

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