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  1. Cold Spring Newsflash Cold Spring Newsflash moustunousapesiliramblylolaran.xyzinfo [email protected] Tel: +44 (0) Cold Spring Newsflash – 2nd December PSYCHIC TV – ‘THEMES&#
  2. View all records by Genesis P-Orridge for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  3. Force the Hand of Chance is the debut studio album by English experimental group Psychic TV, released in by record label Some moustunousapesiliramblylolaran.xyzinfo first 5, pressings came with a bonus album, Themes. A single, "Just Drifting", was released from the album.
  4. Thanks to Todd Crawford for the photograph of Genesis Breyer P-Orridge taken for Swoon Magazine in The standart edition set comprises a six CD set of the Themes releases in Gatefold slipcases with unseen photographs. Each inner sleeve is black with a Psychic TV cross spot varnished on both sides/5(20).
  5. "Themes 4" is a brand new Psychic TV album, recorded by the late partner of Genesis P-Orridge, Lady Jaye and Psychic TV. Compiled by Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, Ryan Martin and Bryin 06 - Themes 3 Live Part VI 07 - Themes 3 Live Part VII 08 - Themes 3 Live Part VIII 09 - Themes 3 Live Part IX.
  6. Five years of Psychic TV () are examined in this two-CD sampler packaged in Psychic TV's trademark exploitation of the power of the vulgar image. Origin of the Species is the first of a three-part series chronicling the group. Ten of the 21 tracks are previously unreleased. "Infinite Beat" and succeeding tracks identify Psychic TV as primogenitors of electronica, creative sampling.
  7. Comprises a six CD set of the Themes releases in gatefold slipcases with unseen photographs. Each CD is housed in a black inner sleeve with a Psychic TV cross spot varnished on both sides. Also included is a twenty four page booklet with archive photographs and liner notes/5(30).
  8. This was more of a union between TG's Genesis P-Orridge and Alternative TV's Alex Ferguson - a union that would exist til and the 'Godstar' material released posthumously (P-Orridge had recorded 'The Industrial Sessions' with A-TV in the past, another highly recommended recording), this was a period when P-Orridge and co decided to embrace /5(14).

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