The 90s were a time of constant change, growth and boundary expansion for music. Grunge was beginning to stir, while post-punk and hyper-pop were beginning to dwindle to make way for a heavier branch of rock 'n' roll.
One band beginning to blend a myriad of genres was Primal Scream, hailing from Glasgow and forming in 1982. Moving through indie and pop scenes throughout the 80s, Primal Scream combined classic rock, soulful grooves and acid house into the record, sometimes melding them all together or leaning further into different sounds from song-to-song.
Screamdelica was the 1991 album that put the band on the map as their own beast, and not just an amalgamation of their influences and role within the industry. From the opener Movin' On Up to the infectious Come Together, Screamdelica is an experience for the senses and the mind, an experience that is all-eclipsing, much like the bright red finish on the Fender 30th Anniversary Screamdelica Stratocaster.
Constructed from Alder, the Ensenada-made Strat features an all-over red, yellow and blue finish recreating Screamdelica's famous album artwork on the front with matching knobs. Triple threat Vintage-Style '60s Single-Coil Strat pickups handle tones while a 2-Point Synchronized Tremolo with Bent Steel Saddles handles your tuning and expression.