Trip/Reset

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Trip Reset
Trip Reset.jpg
Studio album by Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV
Released February 6, 1996[1]
Genre Psychedelia
Length 78
Label Cleopatra
Producer Genesis P-Orridge, Larry Thrasher
Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV chronology
Breathe
(1995)Breathe1995
Trip Reset
(1996)
Cold Blue Torch
(1996)Cold Blue Torch1996

Trip Reset is a 1996 album credited to Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV featuring The Angels of Light.

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".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The La La Song"
  2. "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun"
  3. "I Believe What You Said"
  4. "Mother Jack (A Children's Story)"
  5. "Wrongs Of Spring"
  6. "Lady Maybe"
  7. "White Sky"
  8. "Black Cat"
  9. "A Star Too Far" (Lullaby For Syd Barrett)
  10. "Suspicious (West Coast Experimental Pop Art Mix)"
  11. "Firewoman (Exhuma Exhortation)"

Personnel[edit]

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

References[edit]

  1. ^ Borzillo, Carrie (February 3, 1996). "Popular Uprisings". Billboard: 21. Retrieved August 13, 2016. 

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