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|Studio album by Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV|
|Released||February 6, 1996|
|Producer||Genesis P-Orridge, Larry Thrasher|
|Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV chronology|
The title is a colloquialism of P-Orridge's. S/he used this term to describe the act of taking a psychedelic to "reset" patterns of personal thought and behavior.
It includes a cover of Pink Floyd's "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun", a tribute to Syd Barrett called "A Star Too Far", and a tribute to The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band called "Suspicious".
- "The La La Song"
- "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun"
- "I Believe What You Said"
- "Mother Jack (A Children's Story)"
- "Wrongs Of Spring"
- "Lady Maybe"
- "White Sky"
- "Black Cat"
- "A Star Too Far" (Lullaby For Syd Barrett)
- "Suspicious (West Coast Experimental Pop Art Mix)"
- "Firewoman (Exhuma Exhortation)"
For the realization of this project PSYCHIC TV (aka"PTV USA 96") were:
- William Breeze - Electric Viola and Viola Synthesizer
- Michael Campagna - Lead Guitar and Guitar Synthesizer
- Billy "Pink" Goodrum - Keyboards
- Genesis P-Orridge - Lead Vocals, Harmonies, Analog Effects, Analog Samples
- Larry Thrasher - Lead Guitars, Bass Guitars, Analog Synthesizer, Tabla, Percussion, Backing Vocals
- Mother Jack - Children's Method Storytelling, Background Voices
For the realization of this project the "Angels Of Light" were:
- Caresse P-Orridge - Backing Vocals, Harmonies, Analog Keyboards
- Genesse P-Orridge - Backing Vocals, Harmonies, Analog Keyboards
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