Primal Scream's 'Screamadelica' setlist revealed ahead of London shows

Band set for Olympia gigs this weekend (Nov 26, 27)

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Primal Scream are set to play their 1991 'Screamadelica' album in full in London this weekend (November 26, 27) – with a Spanish show they played on Saturday (November 20) giving a clue as to the setlist they're planning.

The band played a 'Screamadelica' gig at Barcelona's Sala Razzmatazz venue, performing a greatest hits set ahead of all the songs from that album.

They did not play 'Screamadelica' in order, mixing up the song order to end the show with 'Come Together'. The greatest hits set began with 'Accelerator' and also included 'Rocks', 'Swastika Eyes' and 'Burning Wheel'.

They play London's Olympia venue on Friday and Saturday.

Primal Scream played:

'Accelerator'
'Country Girl'
'Jailbird'
'Burning Wheel'
'Suicide Bomb'
'Shoot Speed/Kill Light'
'Swastika Eyes'
'Rocks'
'Movin' On Up'
'Slip Inside This House'
'Don't Fight It, Feel It'
'Damaged'
'I'm Comin' Down'
'Shine Like Stars'
'Inner Flight'
'Higher Than The Sun (Pts 1+2)'
'Loaded'
'Come Together'


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