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Psychotic Supper album for sale by Tesla was released Aug 30, 1991 on the Geffen label. Psychotic Supper benefits from a more stripped-down production than The Great Radio Controversy, using fewer overdubs and thereby enhancing Tesla's bluesy, acoustic-tinged rock & roll. Going over the top was never what Tesla did best, and Psychotic Supper shows enough variation and occasional understatement to retain the listener's interest. Many of the band's best songs are here, including "What You Give," "Call It What You Want," "Song and Emotion," and "Edison's Medicine"; the latter is perhaps the most typical of the pop-metal anthem sound, but its subject matter -- the attention paid to Thomas Edison over lesser-known genius Nikola Tesla, to whom the band is obviously devoted -- certainly qualifies it as distinctive. Psychotic Supper CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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Tesla - Psychotic Supper Album Track Listing
|1||Change in the Weather|
|2||Edison's Medicine See All 8 |
|3||Don't De-Rock Me|
|4||Call It What You Want See All 4 |
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|5||Song and Emotion See All 7 |
|8||Freedom Slaves See All 3|
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|10||What You Give See All 5|
|11||Stir It Up|
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|13||Toke About It|
Psychotic Supper buy CD music Customer Reviews
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All right, I know I said Great Radio Controversy has "the least to pick at," but I'm still going to take Psychotic Supper as my personal favorite Tesla album.
By Fizz (Delmarva)
These album is a fantastic blend of acoustic, blues, soul and hard rock. The use of keyboards fit nicely on this album too (check out the mid-section on 'Toke about it') My Favourite tunes on this album would be 'Edison's Medicine', 'What you give' and 'Song and Emotion' a touching tribute to the late Steve Clarke.
By gart_lord (Armagh)
||A good classic 80's rock band|
This is really a very good album; high quality of the musical proposal of the band, and an excellent production, arrangements, and sound, considering it is an 1985 album.
By Jorge Bugueno Z. (Chile, South America)
Yes they have, when this was released it showed that the guys who gave us Mechanical Resonance and TGRC had matured into incredible songwriters and musicians.
By Kenny (Vancouver)
||Solid collection of hard rock songs|
I'd actually give this album 3.5 stars, but since I can't I gave it 4. After TGRC had been so good, I was expecting a lot from Psychotic Supper.
By mcsavage (Pittsburgh, PA)
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Psychotic Supper songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1026745|
|Release Date||Aug 30, 1991|
|Recording Time||68 minutes|
|Personnel||Troy Luccketta - drums, percussion|
Brian Wheat - bass, background vocals
Frank Hannon - vocals, guitars, keyboards
Tommy Skeoch - guitars
JT - vocals