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Psychic ForceMutilation ... CD
KM (Germany), 1992. Used ... $4.99
CD
(Out of print.)

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Psychic HornsPsychic Horns ... CD
Whaling City Sound, 2001. Used ... $1.99
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Psychic TVSouthern Comfort – Live In Rotterdam ... LP
Psychic TV, 1985. Near Mint- ... $14.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Promo on maroon vinyl, in a plain clear plastic sleeve.)

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Psychic TVDreams Less Sweet ... LP
Holophonic (UK), 1983. Near Mint- ... Just Sold Out!
One of the greatest moments ever from Psychic TV – and a really stunning surprise after the breakup of Throbbing Gristle! Genesis P Orridge and Peter Cristopherson go in a completely different direction here – a mode that still holds onto some of the noise lessons learned in TG, but which also shows this incredible love of both more complicated pop modes from the 60s, and some of the farther reaches of minimalism as well! The album sports these tremendous ballads with eerie vocals by Genesis – including "The Orchids" and "White Nights" – which are both eerie recastings of an older mode of UK pop love songs – and there's other tracks that maybe echo a bit of Meredith Monk, or some of the underground experimentalists on the Lovely Records scene – including bits that have weird phone rings, dog barks, and other great touches. A spare and subtle use of noise and darker sounds wends its way throughout – but never with the heavier handed touches of later years – and titles include "Hymn 23", "The Orchids", "Botanica", "Iron", "Glove", "Always Is Always", "White Nights", "Finale", "Eleusis", "Medmenham", "Ancient Lights", "Proof On", "Eden 1 Eden 2 Eden 3", "Clouds Without Water", "Black Moon", "Silver And Gold", "In The Nursery", and "Circle". LP, Vinyl record album
(UK pressing.)

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✨✧ Bixio-Frizzi-TemperaSette Note In Nero (Psychic) (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Beat (Italy), 1977. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A beautiful little horror soundtrack from the team of Franco Bixio, Fabio Frizzi, and Vince Tempera – much more subtle than most others of the time, and handled with some very unusual styles! There's a gently flowing quality to the music here that we really love – a slow-building approach that's certainly somewhat about suspense, but which also comes across even more with a sense of contemplation – a love of the uncommon sounds produced here by common instruments, really revelling in the way that they flow out into the story. At one level, there's almost some of the gentleness of early 70s Morricone – but with some of the darker tones of the growing Italian horror genre. CD features a whopping 22 tracks in all – with titles that include "With You", "Suicidio", "Ritrovamento Del Cadavere", "La Lettera", "Conversazione", "Tunnels", "Strane Visioni", and "Allucinazioni". CD

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✨✧ Butthole SurfersPsychic Powerless Another Man's Sac ... LP
Touch & Go, 1984. Used ... Out Of Stock
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(Early black vinyl pressing – with label that says 69 rpm, and similar "69" comment etched in runoff.)
 
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✨✧ VariousUnheard Indonesia ... LP
Psychic Sounds, 2015. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Definitely a record that lives up to the "Unheard Indonesia" in the title – as the music here really takes off from more familiar Indonesian modes, to move into a richer array of noise and free jazz expression too! The tracks are from a Pencak Silat festival – and the one long performance features lots of gamelon-like instruments at the core, but also mixed with reeds and other percussion instruments that are used in a pretty wild, outside sort of way. Imagine a gamelon group moving into free improv territory – and you'll get a good idea of the bold sound of the album! LP, Vinyl record album
(In a hand printed sleeve!)
 
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Morgan DeltMorgan Delt ... LP
Trouble In Mind, 2014. New Copy ... $12.99
These guys titled their debut cassette Psychic Death Hole – and that's definitely a good way to describe the feel of this ferocious full length too! The music's a heady swirl of fuzz, distortion, and echo – all layered together beautifully in a mode that almost recalls those few acts in the 80s who really knew how to make something great out of the older ruins of 60s psych – rebuilding it in these dark towers of moody emotion, often with a lot more sense of edge and evil than the previous generation. The full album takes off wonderfully from the tape debut – and titles include "Little Zombies", "Beneath The Black & Purple", "Barbarian Kings", "Make My Grey Brain Green", "Backward Bird Inc", and "Chakra Sharks". LP, Vinyl record album

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Master Wilburn BurchetteMaster Wilburn Burchette Opens The Seven Gates Of Transcendental Consciousness ... CD
Fifth Dimension (Germany), 1972. New Copy ... About May 5, 2015 (delayed)
"Now you can experience transcendental consciousness without spending 10 years in a Tibetan monastery" – or so the liner notes proclaim – a pretty great description of what's bound to happen after making your way through this very trippy album from the early 70s! The set's essentially a set of long electric guitar solos – played by Wilburn Burchette on his self-created "impro guitar" – recorded with lots and lots of echo, and maybe a bit of distortion too – so that the long, cyclic lines ring out beautifully – with every bit of the hypnotic feel you might expect! The whole thing's almost like an electric version of some of John Fahey's longform solo work – and titles include "Dawn Of Awakening", "Regeneration", "Transformation", "Introversion", and "Piercing The Psychic Heart". CD

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✨✧ Master Wilburn BurchetteMaster Wilburn Burchette Opens The Seven Gates Of Transcendental Consciousness ... LP
Fifth Dimension (Germany), 1972. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
"Now you can experience transcendental consciousness without spending 10 years in a Tibetan monastery" – or so the liner notes proclaim – a pretty great description of what's bound to happen after making your way through this very trippy album from the early 70s! The set's essentially a set of long electric guitar solos – played by Wilburn Burchette on his self-created "impro guitar" – recorded with lots and lots of echo, and maybe a bit of distortion too – so that the long, cyclic lines ring out beautifully – with every bit of the hypnotic feel you might expect! The whole thing's almost like an electric version of some of John Fahey's longform solo work – and titles include "Dawn Of Awakening", "Regeneration", "Transformation", "Introversion", and "Piercing The Psychic Heart". LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Yusef LateefPsychicemotus ... CD
Impulse, 1965. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A very unusual album for Yusef Lateef – and that's saying quite a lot, given how quirky most of his work can be! The session has Lateef exploring both rootsy and modern modes – working in a unique quartet that features George Arvanitas on piano, Reggie Workman on bass, and legendary New Orleans musician James Black on drums and assorted percussion. Arvanitas has an excellent style with a very dark edge, and his playing is augmented strongly here by Workman's exploratory basslines, and Black's creatively rhythmic way of approaching the percussion. The whole thing's a very moody session, with a subdued sound, and a nice edgey approach to the material that differs nicely from some of Lateef's other recordings – an earthy feel that grabs the listener from the very first track. Yusef plays flute, tenor, and other wind instruments – and tracks include "Psychicetmotus", "Medula Sonata", "Semiocto", and a version of Satie's "First Gymnopedie". CD
 
 
 



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