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Psychic TV - Allegory & Self White Vinyl Edition
Psychic TV - Alienist
Psychic TV - Pagan Day Red Vinyl Edition
Psychic TV - Pagan Day Black Vinyl Edition
Psychic TV
Pagan Day Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 1984 | US | Reissue (Sacred Bones)
18,99 €*
Release:1984 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Shortly before Christmas 1984, the core songwriters, Genesis P-Orridge and Alex Fergusson, of underground arts collective PsychicTV quietly released a limited edition record containing sketches and ideas for songs. Some songs would become later fully-realizedarrangements, some abandoned and others were just covered in praise of their creator. The record, in recognition of its seasonalrelease, was simply titled "A Pagan Day" and would capture the intimate songwriting sessions that were prevalent during crucial timein the band's career. In classic Psychic TV fashion, rumors and myths surround the album's creation. Most have suggested that it wasrecorded in a single session over a cup of coffee on a lone 4-track cassette recorder above an old YMCA building in London, thoughlater revealed that the recordings were from various sessions over the course of a couple years prior to the record's release. Afterquickly pressing the songs to vinyl, the record was origina lly only available through Rough Trade for a few hours on December 23,1984 and pressed on picture discs, which adorned a photo of P-Orridge's first born, Caresse, in exactly 999 copies.
Psychic TV - Allegory & Self Black Vinyl Edition
Psychic TV
Allegory & Self Black Vinyl Edition
LP | 1988 | US | Reissue (Sacred Bones)
18,99 €*
Release:1988 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Beginning in 1982, the conceptual audiovisual troupe labeled Psychic TV set out on a multimedia journey filled with subversion,liberation and rebellion. While the members' previous works took root in the counterculture zeitgeist of late '70s UK punk andconceptual art, it was no longer a question of how to rebel against authority, but rather how to carefully subvert it through collectiveinfiltration. Parallel to Psychic TV, its members formed the anti-cult faction Thee Temple of Psychick Youth, further propagating thePsychic TV message and vision. While the ensuing years saw Psychic TV's major label infection and record breaking live album releasebinge, it wasn't until 1988 that the band started to ready itself for a chart-friendly pop endeavor in the form of "Allegory & Self". Thiswould be the band's most notable and successful endeavor but tragically, it would be the final songwriting collaboration between POrridgeand Fergusson. The record's opening track "Godstar," a song gushing obsessive praise upon the fallen Rolling Stones memberBrian Jones, would give the album its most notable identity. "Godstar's" melodic hooks and haunting, Phil Spector-era lyrical chantgives into to all the hallmarks of a chart-topping hit. All in all "Allegory and Self" was a perfect storm of catchy pop melody along withsubversive counter-culture reference and occult leanings, packaged in a perfect bundle of underground hits and would stand alone asthe band's signature apex from the original '80s line-up.
Psychic TV - Fishscales Falling - A Smorgasbord Of Delights - Mixtape Volume 1
Psychic TV - Alienist
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