Dreams Less Sweet

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Dreams Less Sweet
Studio album by Psychic TV
Released 1983 (1983)
Recorded February–March 1983
Genre Experimental, industrial
Label Some Bizarre
Producer Ken Thomas, Psychic TV
Psychic TV chronology
Force the Hand of Chance
(1982)
Dreams Less Sweet
(1983)
Those Who Do Not
(1984)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Dreams Less Sweet is the second studio album by English experimental band Psychic TV. It was released in 1983 by record label Some Bizarre. The album was released in Holophonic sound.

Release[edit]

Early copies came with a limited 12-inch EP, Thee Full Pack, containing additional unreleased tracks.

Track listing[edit]

Side A
No. Title Length
1. "Hymn 23"    
2. "The Orchids"    
3. "Botanica"    
4. "Iron Glove"    
5. "Always Is Always"    
6. "White Nights"    
7. "Finale"    
8. "Eleusis"    
9. "Medmenham"    
10. "Ancient Lights"    
11. "Proof on Survival"    
No. Title Length
1. "Eden 1"    
2. "Eden 2"    
3. "Eden 3"    
4. "Clouds Without Water"    
5. "Black Moon"    
6. "Silver and Gold"    
7. "In the Nursery"    
8. "Circle"    

Personnel[edit]

Psychic TV
Additional personnel
  • Andrew Poppy – original choral and orchestral arrangements
  • Geff Rushton – bass guitar, performer (vibes), kangling, Tibetan singing bells
  • Paula P-Orridge – drums, performer (vibes), percussion
  • Jeremy Birchill – bass vocals
  • Anthony Scales – tenor vocals
  • Rob Scales – tenor vocals
  • Mark Harris – counter tenor vocals
  • Simon Limbrick – marimba, snare drums, percussion (Temple Blocks)
  • Chris Redgate – oboe, English horn
  • Jessica Ilbert – oboe, English horn
  • Andy Calard – trumpet
  • Bill Stokes – trumpet
  • Dave Powel – tuba
Technical
  • Ken Thomas – production

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