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|Studio album by Mick Jagger|
|Released||14 September 1987|
|Recorded||17 November – 18 December 1986, and January–May 1987|
Wisseloord Studios, Netherlands|
Blue Wave Studios, Barbados
|Producer||Keith Diamond, Mick Jagger, David A. Stewart|
|Mick Jagger chronology|
|Singles from Primitive Cool|
Primitive Cool is the second solo album by the Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger and was released in 1987. As the follow-up to Jagger's 1985 success She's the Boss, Primitive Cool was another attempt by Jagger to make him a solo star. However, the commercial reaction was cooler than expected.
Following the release of Dirty Work in 1986, relations between Jagger and Keith Richards soured after Jagger decided to not tour the album in favour of starting his second solo project. Richards was vocal about his discontent in the media—which Jagger replied to, also publicly; "Kow Tow" and "Shoot Off Your Mouth" were reportedly written in response to disparaging remarks made about Jagger by Keith Richards. Undeterred, Jagger promptly began work on Primitive Cool, recording in the Netherlands and Barbados.
Released in September 1987 with "Let's Work" as the lead single, the commercial reaction to Primitive Cool was not as welcoming as the reception for She's the Boss, with the album merely reaching No. 26 in the UK and No. 41 in the United States with "Let's Work" and follow-ups singles "Throwaway" and "Say You Will" were minor hits, not at all rivalling "Just Another Night" in commercial success. As a result, although Jagger toured Primitive Cool, it was only in Japan and Australia, not feeling confident enough to attempt American or British shows.
|2.||"Let's Work"||Jagger, David A. Stewart||4:50|
|4.||"Say You Will"||Jagger, Stewart||5:07|
|6.||"Kow Tow"||Jagger, Stewart||4:55|
|7.||"Shoot Off Your Mouth"||Jagger||3:35|
|8.||"Peace for the Wicked"||Jagger||4:02|
|1987||UK Top 100 Albums||26|
|1987||The Billboard 200||41|
|1988||The Billboard 200||89|
|1987||"Let's Work"||UK Top 100 Singles||31|
|Mainstream Rock Tracks||7|
|Billboard Hot 100||39|
|Hot Dance Music/Club Play||32|
|Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales||48|
|"Throwaway"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||7|
|Billboard Hot 100||67|
|"Say You Will"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||39|
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