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Towards Thee Infinite Beat

Psychic TV

Towards Thee Infinite Beat

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  • Currently 5.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 12

Language: English

Total size: 159.14 Mb

Year: 1990

Total price: $1.44


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320
06:37
15.26 Mb
2
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320
09:27
21.74 Mb
3
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320
03:18
7.65 Mb
4
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05:55
13.63 Mb
5
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08:42
20.01 Mb
6
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05:49
13.42 Mb
7
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320
01:00
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8
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320
06:10
14.23 Mb
9
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320
05:08
11.83 Mb
10
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320
07:57
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11
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03:35
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12
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320
05:22
12.4 Mb


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This is actually the first Psychic TV album I ever bought, and I actually got a radio-promo only cassette of it with a different mix in 1992. It's just a fun and amazing piece of work. The track "Bliss"'s lyrics are actually just a repeat of the vocal track from the Anthony Balch/William S. Burroughs/Brion Gysin "The Cut-ups" experimental film from the 1950s. Also, one of the tracks (and I'm sorry that I can't remember which) ends with a answering machine message from Brion Gysin's personal assistant relaying to Gen that Brion had just passed away - very sad and poignant. Get this album if not for the talent involved than for the sheer joy of the amazing extreme bass beat on the track I.C. Water (a track about and dedicated to Ian Curtis from Joy Division). Just amazing and wonderful.

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