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Future Primitive (Album)

Future Primative
Studio album by The Vines
Released June 3, 2011
Recorded Febuaray 2011 - Early 2010
Genre Alternative Rock, Garage Rock Revival, Neo-Psychidelica
Length 34:08
Label Sony Music Australia
Producer Christopher Connola
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Future Primative
Future Primative is the fifth studio album by Australian rock band The Vines. It was released on June 3, 2011 through Sony Music Australia. The album had two singles, "Gimmie Love" and "Future Primative". The album peaked to #24 on the Austrlain ARIA album chart.

Album BackgroundEdit

After the release of Melodia, The band left Ivy League Records and started working on new material on 2010. There Origonal recording sessions lasted between Febuaray to March 2010. During early 2011, the band added final touch-ups, at the time, the group were signed to Sony Music Australia and released Future Primative on June 3 of 2011. In Japan, the album came with The Artic Monkeys cover "I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor" as a bonus track. If you were to pre-order the album off of "", you would get the bonus track "Vacant Video".

Track ListingEdit

  1. Gimmie Love
  2. Leave Me in the Dark
  3. Candy Flippin' Girl
  4. A.S.4
  5. Weird Animals
  6. Cry
  7. Future Primative
  8. Riverview Avenue
  9. Black Dragon
  10. All That You Do
  11. Outro
  12. Goodbye
  13. S.T.W

Bonus TracksEdit

  • I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor (Artic Monkeys cover, Japan bonus track)
  • Vacant Video ( bonus track)


Between June to September 2011, the band did a small tour in Australian venues to promote the albums release.


The Vines-

  • Craig Niccoals - Guitar, Vocals
  • Brad Heald - Bass
  • Ryan Griffiths - Rythme Guitar
  • Hammish Rosser - Drums

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