Psychic TV ‎– Peak Hour

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Temple Records ‎– TOPY 068
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Tracklist

A1 E-Male 7:49
A2 Dreamlined 5:40
A3 L.I.E.S. 4:14
A4 Tribal 6:10
B1 Pain 6:24
B2 Everything Has To Happen 5:46
B3 How Does E Feel? 5:50
B4 Re-Mind 7:08

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Notes

Recorded in London, San Francisco, Nepal between March and June 1993. Mixed in London and San Francisco July 1993. Mastered at JTS.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TTCD 013 Psychic TV Peak Hour(CD, Unofficial) Tin Toy TTCD 013 UK 2002 Sell This Version
TOPY CD 068. Psychic TV Peak Hour(CD, Album) Temple Records TOPY CD 068. UK 1993 Sell This Version

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WickyWacky

WickyWacky

March 24, 2018
Pure psychedelic acid house at its finest. I had so many great trips to this album.. it still is a timeless classic
AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

May 17, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
At one point many genres were in purer states: Rave, electro, trance, rap, industrial, synth, italo, house, hip hop , avant garde music hell even the berated defrocked trip hop genre at one point has noble origins. The moromic gaze of the music 'industry' had not stared deeply into electronics yet in the early 90s. Imagine a world before 2015,and reexamine with some us the roots of electronic music, and PTV is amongst those. This album is hard to categorize, it's brave, you can dance to it, but you can also listen to it, and you actually feel the creative energy emanating from the minds of the people behind the music. Some of the tracks go into trip hop and illbient ethno techno, while others run full blown rave acid techno, and all the styles present in the album feel "right" and not forced or fake.
shamatari

shamatari

November 6, 2014

Absolute beauty of an acid psychedelic album, which has a very inviting and warm sound about it. What WALTHAMSTOW007 said, it properly covers it all. Very happy to own a copy. Never ever heard it in a mix or anywhere. Damn shame, but keeps it nice and underground ;-)
WALTHAMSTOW007

WALTHAMSTOW007

April 22, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

An absolutely amazing, psychedelic, killer LP that has underground classic written all over it. This is dare I say it, "Proper Trance". Acid tinged soundscapes that take you through a journey into the realms of the best house, techno, & hardcore experimental eeelectronic music that was to become available in the not so distant future. This really is a truely deep excursion into the psyche, a real journey That is well worth checking out. I haven't seen many of these even at its release. So if you like your trips deeeep, then don't delay, get one today, you won't be dissapointed.