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Album: Psychotic Supper
# Song Title   Time
1)    Change In The Weather Album Version More Info... 3:38
2)    Edison's Medicine Album Version More Info... 4:47
3)    Don't De-Rock Me Album Version More Info... 5:11
4)    Call It What You Want Album Version More Info... 4:31
5)    Song And Emotion Album Version More Info... 8:29
6)    Time Album Version More Info... 5:13
7)    Government Personnel Album Version More Info... 0:59
8)    Freedom Slaves Album Version More Info... 6:40
9)    Had Enough Album Version More Info... 4:49
10)    What You Give Album Version More Info... 7:15
11)    Stir It Up Album Version More Info... 5:41
12)    Can't Stop Album Version More Info... 5:28
13)    Toke About It Album Version More Info... 5:24
 

Album: Psychotic Supper
# Song Title   Time
1)    Change In The Weather Album Version More Info... 3:38
2)    Edison's Medicine Album Version More Info... 4:47
3)    Don't De-Rock Me Album Version More Info... 5:11
4)    Call It What You Want Album Version More Info... 4:31
5)    Song And Emotion Album Version More Info... 8:29
6)    Time Album Version More Info... 5:13
7)    Government Personnel Album Version More Info... 0:59
8)    Freedom Slaves Album Version More Info... 6:40
9)    Had Enough Album Version More Info... 4:49
10)    What You Give Album Version More Info... 7:15
11)    Stir It Up Album Version More Info... 5:41
12)    Can't Stop Album Version More Info... 5:28
13)    Toke About It Album Version More Info... 5:24
 
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  • Tesla: J.T. (vocals); Frank Hannon (vocals, guitars, keyboards); Tommy Skeoch (guitars); Brian Wheat (bass, background vocals); Troy Luccketta (drums, percussion).
  • Producers: Tesla, Steve Thompson, Michael Barbiero.
  • Psychotic Supper benefits from a more stripped-down production than The Great Radio Controversy, using fewer overdubs and thereby enhancing Tesla's bluesy, acoustic-tinged rock & roll. Going over the top was never what Tesla did best, and Psychotic Supper shows enough variation and occasional understatement to retain the listener's interest. Many of the band's best songs are here, including "What You Give," "Call It What You Want," "Song and Emotion," and "Edison's Medicine"; the latter is perhaps the most typical of the pop-metal anthem sound, but its subject matter -- the attention paid to Thomas Edison over lesser-known genius Nikola Tesla, to whom the band is obviously devoted -- certainly qualifies it as distinctive. The guitar workout on "Don't De-Rock Me" is another highlight. ~ Steve Huey
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