Third Eye ‎– Third Eye

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Profile Records ‎– PCD-1424
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1 Right Out There
Backing Vocals – Lisa Maxwell, Susie Ahern
7:21
2 Hyperreality 4:06
3 Beautiful Madness
Backing Vocals – Lisa Maxwell, Susie Ahern
5:45
4 Story From The Gut 5:58
5 Confusion
Harmonica – Chris Wilson (6)
8:51
6 Pray
Backing Vocals – Mark Woods
7:21
7 Strange Attractor
Trumpet – Tony Norris
6:26
8 The Real Thing
Mixed By – Mark ForresterVoice [Siren] – Feeyona McNamaraWritten-By – Johnny Young
4:30
9 Behold The Angel Of Frequency
Backing Vocals – Mark Woods
5:09
10 Terminal 283 5:15
11 Impossible Object 4:48

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US release on Profile Records, originally released Regular Records Pty Ltd., Australia 1991.

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  • Barcode: 015151142424

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
D 30614 Third Eye Third Eye(CD, Album) Regular Records (2), Festival Records D 30614 Australia & New Zealand 1991 Sell This Version
80927 31 Third Eye Third Eye(5xLP, Album) Regular Records (2) 80927 31 Australia 1991 Sell This Version

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deusdiabolus

deusdiabolus

October 14, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

That (to my knowledge) this album was never released in its entirety on vinyl is a tragedy. It's one that takes a play or three to grow on you, but ultimately becomes one that you're glad to have in your collection. The tracks skate around the vague area of trippy dance that The Shamen made popular and The Orb made trippier. Stand outs include:
--"Strange Attractor"...a laid-back, shuffling groove with a surreal vibe provided by distinctive diva/violin samples as a hook
--"Pray"...it's easy to understand why this was one of the actual single releases, being one of the most accessible songs on the entire album. An excellent slice of pop-flavored acid house.
--"Behold The Angel of Frequency"...from the lyrics to the groove, it's just DEEP.
--"Impossible Object"...all I'm going to say is this: cutting edge DJs, remixers...YOU SLEPT ON THIS ONE. A massive Gundam robot of an anthem with a dead-on harmonized vocoder vocal closes this album out perfectly. I would go so far as to say this entire album needs to be re-issued just for THIS ONE TRACK. (And heavy-gauge double vinyl while you're at it, please.)