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Exact matches: 5
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Psychic ForceMutilation ... CD
KM (Germany), 1992. Used ... $6.99
CD
(Out of print.)

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Psychic HornsPsychic Horns ... CD
Whaling City Sound, 2001. Used ... $4.99
CD

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Psychic TVDreams Less Sweet ... LP
Holophonic (UK), 1983. Near Mint- ... $29.99
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.)

Exact matches4
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Psychic TVSouthern Comfort – Live In Rotterdam ... LP
Psychic TV, 1985. Near Mint- ... $19.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Promo on maroon vinyl, in a plain clear plastic sleeve.)

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✨✧ Psychic TVDreams Less Sweet ... LP
Holophonic/Angry Love (UK), 1983. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
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
Also available Dreams Less Sweet ... LP 29.99
 
Close matches: 2
Close matches6
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✨✧ VariousUnheard Indonesia ... LP
Psychic Sounds, New Copy ... Early April, 2015
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✨✧ VariousHide & Seek – A Collection Of British Blue Eyed Soul 1964 to 1969 ... CD
Psychic Circle (UK), Late 60s. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great look at soul-based work from the UK in the 60s – tracks that aren't as strictly soul as some of the blue-eyed genre coming out of the US during the same time, but which are still pretty darn great nonetheless! The groove here is often quite mod – that London appreciation of American soul and R&B, taken into territory that also had some more rockish, garagey touches at times – wrapped up with plenty of sharp guitars and really romping rhythms. The vocals are pretty darn great throughout, and the CD features a total of 20 tracks in all – most of which were new to our ears! Titles include "Cry Me A River" by Kevin King Lear, "You & Me" by Carl King, "Don't Lead Me On" by The Exotics, "Help Me" by Owen Gray, "I Close My Eyes" by Watson T Browne, "You Won't See Me Leaving" by Cinnamon, "Don't Knock It" by Bernie & The Buzz Band, "Hide & Seek" by Dave Antony, "Our Love Is Getting Stronger" by Jason Knight, "Turn On Your Light" by Barry St John, and "We Got Lovin" by Jon & Jeannie. CD
 
 
 



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