Transcendental Medication

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Transcendental Medication
Studio album by Inger Lorre
Released April 1999
Recorded 1996-1999
Genre Alternative rock, glam punk
Length 45:44
Label Triple X Records
Producer Jay Wasco
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Transcendental Medication is a 1999 album by Inger Lorre, formerly of The Nymphs. The album includes a duet with Jeff Buckley[2] as well as the song "Yard of Blonde Girls" which Buckley covered on his 1998 posthumous album Sketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk.[3] It also includes "She's Not Your Friend", a shot at Courtney Love, with whom Inger had had a spat played out across Hole's Pretty on the Inside album and a Vanity Fair article.[4][5]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Inger Lorre; except where indicated

  1. "She's Not Your Friend" - 4:42
  2. "Beautiful Dead" - 2:38
  3. "It Could Happen to You" - 3:28
  4. "Gibby Haynes Is Next" - 5:45
  5. "Haunted Hill" (Lorre, Keith Hartel) - 3:13
  6. "Devil's Priest" - 5:43
  7. "Yard of Blonde Girls" (Lorre, Audrey Clark, Lori Kramer) - 3:14
  8. "Thief Without the Take" - 3:03
  9. "Dusted" - 4:55
  10. "Sweet Release" - 5:33
  11. "7B" - 3:29

Personnel[edit]

  • Inger Lorre - vocals, guitar, piano
  • Jeff Buckley - vocals, guitar
  • Keith Hartel, Jay Wasco - guitar, background vocals
  • Bill Donahue - piano, Hammond B-3 organ, Roland synthesizer, background vocals
  • Dave Green - bass, background vocals
  • Frank Lieberum - bass
  • Paul Andrew - drums, percussion
  • Dan Smith - drums
  1. ^ AllMusic review
  2. ^ http://www.adequacy.net/2007/05/interview-with-inger-lorre-of-the-nymphs/
  3. ^ http://www.jeffbuckley.com/album.asp?SecID=3
  4. ^ http://www.inmusicwetrust.com/articles/18r10.html
  5. ^ http://www.glampunk.org/inger5.html