Thurston Moore ‎– Psychic Hearts

DGC ‎– DGC-24810
Vinyl, LP
Vinyl, LP, Single Sided, Etched
All Media, Album


A1 Queen Bee And Her Pals 2:57
A2 Ono Soul 3:29
A3 Psychic Hearts 4:00
A4 Pretty Bad 3:59
A5 Patti Smith Math Scratch 3:04
A6 Blues From Beyond The Grave 4:16
A7 See-Through Play/Mate 2:18
B1 Hang Out 4:11
B2 Feathers 2:20
B3 Tranquilizer 2:07
B4 Staring Statues 2:35
B5 Cindy (Rotten Tanx) 3:47
B6 Cherry's Blues 2:09
B7 Female Cop 5:28
C Elegy For All The Dead Rock Stars 19:19



Recorded and mixed 1994-1995 at Sear Sound, NYC except tracks B1 and BC at the Sonic Youth rehearsal studio on Mott St., NYC.
Track C recorded and mixed at Magic Shop, NYC.
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.
Management: John Silva for Gold Mountain Entertainment.

Side D has no music on it, but contains an etching of original album artwork by Rita Ackermann.

Contains one printed inner sleeve and one plain white paper sleeve.

©℗ 1995 Geffen Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 20642 48101 1

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DGCD-24810 Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts(CD, Album) Geffen Records DGCD-24810 US 1995 Sell This Version
DGCD-24810 Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts(CD, Album) Geffen Records DGCD-24810 Australia 1995 Sell This Version
B0006133-02 Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts(CD, Album, RE, RM) Geffen Records B0006133-02 US 2006 Sell This Version
none Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts(Cass, Album, Promo, Non) Not On Label (Thurston Moore) none Unknown Sell This Version
GOO 10 Thurston Moore Psychic Hearts(2xLP, Album, RE) Goofin' Records GOO 10 US 2006 Sell This Version



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December 11, 2015
edited 4 months ago
Bitchin' album on par with (or better than) any '90s Sonic Youth album. A nice transition record between "Experimental Jet Set" and "Washing Machine" that shows Thurston utilizing similar vocal effects, but guitar-shredding a little more aggressively. Steve Shelley is also on hand, providing his always-recognizable SY-style drumming. Solid all-around. Even the massive, patience-testing, neverending "Elegy" ... essential stuff!

To the casual Sonic Youth listener, or someone new to the group: This is easily the most Sonic Youthy solo album. Check it out.