Psychic TV ‎– Force The Hand Of Chance

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Angry Love Productions ‎– ALPI-240043 / OTTT35
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Force The Hand Of Chance
A1 Just Drifting
A2 Terminus
A3 Stolen Kisses
Vocals – Marc Almond
A4 Caresse
B1 Guiltless
Vocals – Marc Almond
B2 No Go Go
B3 Ov Power
Brass – Claude Deppa, Kennie Wellington*
B4 Message From The Temple
Recorded By [With The Assistance Of] – Mike King

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Cut from the original masters in the WEA UK vaults.
Edition of 1,000

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  • Barcode: 769791961777

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PSY1, 240043-1 Psychic TV Force The Hand Of Chance(2xLP, Album, Ltd, 1st) Some Bizzare, Some Bizzare PSY1, 240043-1 UK 1982 Sell This Version
P-5621~2, P-5621, P-5622 Psychic TV Force The Hand Of Chance(2xLP, Album) WEA Japan, WEA Japan, WEA Japan P-5621~2, P-5621, P-5622 Japan 1982 Sell This Version
WPCR-1766/7 Psychic TV Force The Hand Of Chance(2xCD, Album, RE) Some Bizzare, WEA Japan WPCR-1766/7 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
24.0043-1 Psychic TV Force The Hand Of Chance(LP, Album) WEA 24.0043-1 Germany 1982 Sell This Version
240043-1, PSY 1 Psychic TV Force The Hand Of Chance(LP, Album) WEA, Some Bizzare 240043-1, PSY 1 UK 1982 Sell This Version

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rharris07

rharris07

May 15, 2017

My copy sounds beautiful and clean. This album contains some of the most amazing work by Genesis. Why can't the radio sound like this?
patientot

patientot

January 5, 2017
Although I would've preferred for this to come packaged with the Themes I LP also, I can't really fault this reissue overall. It's pressed on flat, centered, and quiet vinyl. The mastering is well done and allows enough breathing room for the big dynamics of the string-driven tracks. Props to PTV for a well done reissue after years of fans having to deal with substandard crap version on CD or shell out for rare Japanese editions. Hopefully we'll eventually see authorized, well done CD reissues of the first three studio albums also.