PSI (album)

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PSI album cover.jpg
Studio album by Pitchshifter
Released May 7, 2002
Genre Industrial rock, nu metal
Length 56:06
Label Mayan/Sanctuary
Producer J.S. Clayden, Jim Davies, Machine
Pitchshifter chronology
Bootlegged, Distorted, Remixed and Uploaded
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
NME 2/10 stars[2]

PSI is the seventh and final album by the industrial rock band Pitchshifter, released in 2002 (see 2002 in music). Their previous two albums had been released on a major label, but this was released by the minor Mayan Records, a subsidiary label owned by Sanctuary Records. "Eight Days" and "Shutdown" were released as singles.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Stop Talking (So Loud)" Clayden, Davies 4:21
2. "Eight Days" Clayden, Davies 3:34
3. "My Kind" Clayden, Davies 3:35
4. "Misdirection" Clayden, Davies 3:45
5. "Down" Clayden, Davies 3:07
6. "Shutdown" Clayden, Davies 3:24
7. "Whatever" Clayden, Davies 3:05
8. "Screenshot" Clayden, Davies 3:28
9. "We Know" Clayden, Davies 3:09
10. "Super-Clean" Clayden, Davies 3:10
11. "Slip" Clayden, Davies 4:16
12. "Shen-an-doah" (Includes hidden track "Trancer") Clayden, Davies 17:12


Additional musicians
  • Johnny Mingus - live double bass on 'Stop Talking (So Loud)'
  • Greg Marshall - Loony drum break on 'Super-Clean'
  • Produced by J.S. Clayden, Jim Davies and Machine
  • Additional sound design and synthesizer manipulation by Clinton Bradley
  • Engineered by J.S. Clayden
  • Programmed by J.S. Clayden, Dan Rayner and Tim Rayner
  • Recorded by J.S. Clayden and Jim Davies
  • Mixed by Machine
  • Written by J.S. Clayden and Jim Davies

Artwork by Sam Hayles /


  1. ^ Taylor, Jason D.. Pitchshifter: PSI > Overview at AllMusic. Retrieved 27 October 2014.
  2. ^ Beaumont, Mark (12 September 2005). "Pitchshifter : P.S.I". NME. Time Inc. UK. Retrieved 27 October 2014.