Psychic TV

Psychic TV

Origin of the Species


Genesis P-Orridge, for his eclectic and strange lifestyle, is one of people in the music industry that you can’t ignore no matter how hard you try. His various bands over the course of time have influenced more musicians than he will ever be given credit for. It’s best to take this approach when dealing with anything he is doing: mind-altering beauty. Origin of the Species is no exception. Two CDs (billed as “a supply of two tablets of acid”) and a 32 page booklet containing explanations of the various tracks. Twenty-one tracks in all, and ten of them have never been released before. Any and all Psychic TV fans must pick this one up. It’s beautiful, crazy, insane, and awe-inspiring by its offerings into the life and times of Genesis. For those of you who are still scratching your head thinking, “Psychic what?,” well, just step out and pick this up. When you’re done, you’ll be in a frenzy to buy anything and everything Genesis has touched. And hey, if you are walking close to the line of “obsessive” with Genesis already, well, there is information inside on how to get a limited-edition print signed and numbered by Genesis inside. Money for E… Invisible Records, P.O. Box 16008, Chicago, IL 60616;

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