Back in the mid-80s, The Primitives combined the fuzz guitars of The Jesus and Mary Chain with the pop sensibilities of Blondie and a nod to cult heroes The Velvet Underground. They swiftly rose from being a popular Indie guitar outfit to charting worldwide with 'Crash', kickstarting a craze in bands fronted by blonde female singers (Transvision Vamp, The Darling Buds et al). Co-produced by Ian Broudie, Galore was The Primitives' third and last album for RCA. Issued in 1991, the album was criminally ignored by a pop scene enamoured with Madchester and Grunge and has been long unavailable. Despite its musical strength, fashions had moved on and The Prims disbanded in 1992.