System 01 Featuring Timothy Leary* ‎– From Psychodelics To Cybernetics

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Interfisch Records ‎– IF-SETH 026 MS
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A1 Any Reality Is An Opinion
Words By – Timothy Leary*
5:58
A2 From Psychodelics To Cybernetics
Words By – Timothy Leary*
5:17
A3 Paralysed Force 6:59
B1 Any Reality Is An Opinion (Instrumental) 5:47
B2 From Psychodelics To Cybernetics (Instrumental) 5:17
B3 Know Time
Words By – Jayney Klimek, Nainz Watts*
5:13

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  • Distributed ByEFA – 01726-05

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This product was made possible by Fisch Büro Berlin, 1990

Timothy Leary's contribution was recorded live on the 16th. September at Humboldt University, East Berlin, GDR

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  • Label Code: LC 7572
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): EFA 1726 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): EFA 1726 B ℋ𝒾

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IF-SETH 026 CD System 01 Featuring Timothy Leary* System 01 Featuring Timothy Leary* - From Psychodelics To Cybernetics(CD, Album) Interfisch Records IF-SETH 026 CD Germany 1990 Sell This Version
IF-SETH 026 MS System 01 Featuring Timothy Leary* System 01 Featuring Timothy Leary* - From Psychodelics To Cybernetics(LP, Album, TP) Interfisch Records IF-SETH 026 MS Germany 1990 Sell This Version

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msr042377

msr042377

December 9, 2014

As far as the great Timothy Leary albums go, this is one of the great ones. It's a far cry from his early years of The Psychedelic Experiencee, LSD, and Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out. It's got a very 1990's techno beat, but better than the average pounding house music. More cerebral. The messages are the same though. Think for yourself, question authority. WOW! It really captures Leary well for his later cyber years. After the turning point in his life when he stopped being such a strong advocate of psychedelics and focused on information exchange, intelligence increase, and virtual reality. While the 2nd side of this album is a bit repetitive in that it's the same music sans Leary's wise words, it's still pretty cool. Well worth it for the 1st half of the album. It's a pretty hard one to find, and not necessarily a sought-after collector's item...yet. I suggest you get one while you can. For the audiophile, I think it sounds very clear, nice range, shouldn't be disappointed.