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The first Primitives album since 1991 showcasing covers of songs by lesser known 60′s and early 70's female fronted bands and solo singers.

I never thought I’d be sat here raving about a new album by The Primitives. It’s a damn good record – Modculture.

It’s an exhilarating, start to finish head spinning joy!! – Louder Than War.

Album of the month – Buzzing Music.

It captures their effervescent spirit, flair and verve thanks to the intelligent choice of material ★★★★ – Mojo.

Absolutely brilliant. I very much doubt if I will play anything as much as this in 2012 – Pop Junkie.

You can keep your cash hungry big band reformations and your cynical marketing of “classic album” tours. Where’s the love of music? It’s here in Echoes and Rhymes – Monkeypicks.

The Primitives manage to make these tracks sound like fuzz-pop classics – Tasty Fanzine.

A dream of perfect pop – Pitchfork.

An incredible stroll through 60s international pop and a welcome return to the spotlight – Shindig!

01 Panic

02 Turn Off The Moon

03 Move It On Over

04 Sunshine In My Rainy Day Mind

05 Till You Say You’ll Be Mine

06 I’m Not Sayin'

07 The Witch

08 I Surrender

09 Amoureux D’une Affiche

10 Where Will You Be?

11 Single Girl

12 Who Are You Trying To Fool?

13 Time Slips Away

14 Wild Flower