Creation Records
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1 Kill All Hippies 4:57 43
2 Accelerator 3:40 63,807
3 Exterminator 5:49 42,651
4 Swastika Eyes (Jagz Kooner Mix) 7:04 11,386
5 Pills 4:16 36,723
6 Blood Money 7:01 35,309
7 Keep Your Dreams 5:23 41,297
8 Insect Royalty 3:32 33,597
9 MBV Arkestra (If They Move Kill 'Em) 6:41 17,095
9 MBV Arkestra (If They Move Kill Them) 0:00 6,568
10 Swastika Eyes (Chemical Brothers Mix) 6:33 10,133
11 Shoot Speed / Kill Light 5:19 13,813
11 Shoot Speed/Kill Light 5:19 30,000
12 I'm 5 Years Ahead of My Time 4:06 4,674

About this album

XTRMNTR is a 2000 album by Primal Scream. In a departure from Primal Scream’s earlier hedonistic recordings, the band took a more political stance, attacking government, police, and multinational corporations. A free postcard championing the cause of the “Free Satpal Ram Campaign” and encouraging fans to participate was included with initial copies of the album’s UK release.

The album is also notable for being the final LP release on the influential British label Creation Records. The track “Accelerator” was later lifted from the album to become the last single to be released on the label. Although Gary Mounfield joined the band in 1997 and recorded a selection of tracks on the album Vanishing Point, it was the first time he shared songwriting credits with the band and his first full album since his time in The Stone Roses.

The album was extremely well-received, and is recognized as one of the two definitive Primal Scream albums (the other being Screamadelica).

In 2001 Q magazine named it as one of the 50 Heaviest Albums Of All Time. NME magazine (12/30/00, p. 77) rated the album #2 in its “Top 50 Albums Of The Year 2000”.

Online music magazine Pitchfork placed XTRMNTR at number 142 on their list of top 200 albums of the 2000s. NME placed XTRMNTR at number 3 on their list of top 50 albums of the decade.

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  • orwellaintdead

    nme (lol) described it as war you can dance to; i'll admit i find that an incredibly apt description. [2]

    15 Nov 2013 Reply
  • dAdriano


    29 Aug 2013 Reply
  • garynotrashcoug

    I never took Primal Scream seriously because of stuff like Rocks, but then they came out with this album and it just freakin' blew me away! Still a fave of mine.

    24 Aug 2013 Reply
  • k_naruchiha94

    I like this better than Screamadelica.

    24 Mar 2013 Reply

    nme (lol) described it as war you can dance to; i'll admit i find that an incredibly apt description.

    5 Feb 2013 Reply
  • melkmeintogepi

    This is like an electronic bro of The Shape of Punk to Come

    22 Oct 2012 Reply
  • android1985

    If MIA's MAYA sounded like this it would have been a much better album. [+1]

    19 Nov 2011 Reply
  • tondeman

    brain dead lyrics.. lol

    10 Aug 2011 Reply
  • snotasd

    Their best album, masterpiece

    28 Apr 2011 Reply
  • baacardi

    I don't even like Primal Scream and I like this...

    19 Apr 2011 Reply
  • hullyhull

    Amazing record. Completely blew my mind as a 15 year old!

    15 Feb 2011 Reply
  • spines

    holy shit i forgotabout this album.

    20 Nov 2010 Reply
  • BelcantoInTheSp

    When I bought this CD ten years ago I couldn`t believe that it is Primal Scream!!!!

    16 Nov 2010 Reply
  • PartySanCTG

    Apart from Bobby's typically brain-dead lyrics (SICK FUCK SICK FUCK SICK FUCK, really?) and some meh tracks, solid. Probably the last awesome Primal Scream album too...

    6 Nov 2010 Reply
  • ark_mage2

    If MIA's MAYA sounded like this it would have been a much better album.

    30 Jul 2010 Reply
  • OlavOrganist

    I slept to this once. It was enjoyable. Sounds good on first listen awake too.

    13 May 2010 Reply
  • crazy_augusto

    This is my first time listening to this band, and I've never ever encountered anything quite like them. I'm loving this band on my first hear-through! (BTW that never happens)

    12 May 2010 Reply
  • Alec_Trevelyan

    Kevin Shields' guitar sound on Insect Royalty, makes my ears cum.

    25 Apr 2010 Reply
  • mattmacneil

    MBV Arkestra is proof that you can completely 'trip out' (hate that term) while being totally sober.

    23 Jan 2010 Reply
  • Strokarlos

    Their best indeed!!!!

    22 Nov 2009 Reply
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