Ultrahouse The L.A. Connection

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Ultrahouse The L.A. Connection
Compilation album by Psychic TV
Released 1991
Label WaxTrax! WAXCD 7179

Ultrahouse The L.A. Connection is an album of material by Psychic TV released under the guise of a various artists compilation album. The album was released on CD, of which some pressings accidentally were in Ultrahouse The Twelve Inch Mixes packaging. Remixes from the album later appeared on Ultradrug.

Track listing[edit]

This list gives alias, then track name.

  1. Love In Life: "Groove On" - 6:23
    • Written By - G. P-Orridge/A. Russell/R. Schiessl
  2. Too See Bee: "It's L.A." - 3:05
    • Written By - G. P-Orridge/R. Schiessl
  3. White Dove: "The Eagle Has Landed" - 4:28
    • Written By - A. Russell/R. Schiessl
  4. Glen Meadmore: "Do Me" - 3:28
    • Guitar - Alex Fergusson
    • Executive Travel Agent - Kevin Harris
    • Written By - G. Meadmore
  5. Adam & Eve: "BonE" - 5:42
    • Written By - R. Schiessl
  6. The Ecstasy Boys: "Day In The Life" - 4:58
    • Written By - Ecstasy Boys
  7. Mistress Mix & The King Cut Groovers: "Luvzya" - 6:26
    • Bass, Rhythm guitar - Hugo Longden
    • Executive Travel Agent - Kevin Harris
    • Written By - G. P-Orridge/P. P-Orridge/Brion Gysin/F. Giannelli/H. Longden
  8. M.C. Chunky & The Night Burglars: "S.U.C.K." - 5:28
    • Written By - C. Abrahamsson/T. Tibert
  9. Homeboy Posse: "Tempter" - 5:12
    • Bass, Guitar [Rhythm] - Hugo Longden
    • Written By - G. P-Orridge/R. Schiessl/H. Longden
  10. Kitten Sparkles: "Saint Frances E." - 6:03
    • Written By - G. P-Orridge/R. Schiessl/D. Bolles
  11. Deep Fry: "Loose Nut" - 1:41
    • Written By - G.P-Orridge/S. Weisser

The track "Saint Frances E." (sic) uses the voice track from a 1986 spoken word recording of Doc Britton reading a rant by conspiracy theorist and cult kook Francis E. Dec, also known as "Saint Francis E." in Discordianism.