‘The Scream: The Music, Myths and Misdemeanours Of Primal Scream’ promises to be a bit juicy...

PRIMAL SCREAM are the subjects of a new warts-and-all biography.

‘The Scream: The Music, Myths and Misdemeanours Of Primal Scream’ was written by journalist Kris Needs and coincides with the release of their Best Of compilation ‘Dirty Hits’.

Needs has toured the world with Primal Scream throughout their career, and the book promises to tell the real inside story through interviews with band members and collaborators, as well as never-before-seen personal photographs.


The book is published on November 30 by Plexus.


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