Videos of The Primitives playing a comeback gig in Coventry

October 3, 2009

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EIGHTIES indie rockers The Primitives reformed for a special gig in Coventry.

The band, who shot to fame with the hit single Crash, helped launch More than Two Tones - a new exhibition at The Herbert celebrating the city’s musical heritage.

In this exclusive interview lead singer Tracy Tracy talks about preparing for a comeback, plans for the future and what it was like soaking in The Primitives’ Bubble Bath.

In case you missed the gig, we videoed eight tracks played during the evening – including the popular song Crash.

To watch the videos just click the links below:

I’ll Stick With You
Dreamwalk Baby
Need All The Help I Can Get
Nothing Left
Summer Rain
Thru the Flowers
Way Behind Me

Tracy and the band dedicated the gig to the band's former bass player Steve Dullaghan who died suddenly earlier this year.

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