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Primary Colours (album) by The Horrors

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Primary Colours
Primary Colours by The Horrors (2009)
Release date: 2009-05-04
Overall rank: 764th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 248 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 2009 (12th)
Award Top albums of the 2000s (145th)
Award Top 1,000 albums of all time (764th)

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Primary Colours is ranked as the best album by The Horrors.

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Average Rating: 
77/100 (from 248 votes)
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85/100
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A Gothic gene masterpiece

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This album is absolutely a grower as mentioned previously. On listen 1 I was neutral, on listen 2 the magic began to flow and on listen 3 I really loved this album. All tracks are great with none weak or filler material. So I highly recommend this album but make sure you have multiple listens before making your mind up.
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Album of the Year!
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80/100
Unequal but still pretty good indie rock album.

Favorite tracks: Who Can Say (90), Primary Colours (85), Sea Within A Sea (80)
Less favorite tracks: Do You Remember, I Only Think Of You, I Can't Control Myself (3x 70)
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It's enjoyable, the shoegaze bits made the album.
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Who can say is awesome. Primary colors ok.
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Epic album. The last track is one of the greatest ever.
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Maybe it's a grower, but for now, it's OK Record with some really interesting qualities
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If you love Joy Division, there's no doubt in my mind, you'll love this as well. Weird Post-punk with shoegaze elements and creepy and eerie vocals/lyrics. Give it some time to grow on you.
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