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Pete Townshend
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
  •  Track Listings (21) - Disc #1

Psychoderelict (Remastered) 1 English Boy - 5:07 2 Meher Baba M3 - 3:31 3 Let's Get Pretentious - 3:36 4 Meher Baba M4 [Signal Box] - 2:23 5 Early Morning Dreams - 3:54 6 I Want That Thing - 3:58 7 Dialo...  more »


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All Artists: Pete Townshend
Title: Psychoderelict
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 4
Label: Atlantic / Wea
Original Release Date: 1/1/1993
Re-Release Date: 6/15/1993
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Singer-Songwriters, Progressive, Progressive Rock, Singer-Songwriters, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Psychoderelict (Music Only), Psychoderelict
UPCs: 075678249426, 0693723977324, 075678249440, 075678253546


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Psychoderelict (Remastered) 1 English Boy - 5:07 2 Meher Baba M3 - 3:31 3 Let's Get Pretentious - 3:36 4 Meher Baba M4 [Signal Box] - 2:23 5 Early Morning Dreams - 3:54 6 I Want That Thing - 3:58 7 Dialogue Introduction to Outlive the Dinosaur - :32 8 Outlive the Dinosaur - 3:24 9 Flame [Demo Version] - 1:07 10 Now and Then - 4:24 11 I Am Afraid - 4:34 12 Don't Try to Make Me Real - 2:59 13 Dialogue Introduction to Predictable - :33 14 Predictable - 2:16 15 Flame - 2:41 16 Meher Baba M5 [Vivaldi Regrooved] - 2:35 17 Fake It - 3:29 18 Dialogue Introduction to Now and Then (Reprise) - :32 19 Now and Then (Reprise) - 2:57 20 Baba O'Riley [Demo Version] - 1:20 21 English Boy (Reprise) - 7:05

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Robert W. from LEESVILLE, SC
Reviewed on 1/11/2007...
Very cool music sequeued in with a story about an aging rocker attempting a comeback. Check this one out if you are a Who fan!
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A must-have for LIFEHOUSE devotees
M. Nichols | West Chester, OH United States | 08/25/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Though it appears the narrative version of this album has fallen out of print (sadly), anyone interested in Townshend's decades-in-the-making LIFEHOUSE project needs to own this album. PSYCHODERELICT addresses many of the LIFEHOUSE themes, telling the story of an aging rock-n-roller living in the time of The Grid. I've actually not heard the music-only version, but I know the original well enough to say that owning either version is better than neither. The music is strong and, as critics noted (unkindly), the narrative does weigh heavy on the listener, but only because the whole concept is coherent only if you listen to the album from beginning to end - which is the point. Many can't seem to wrap their minds around any concept apart from the three-minute single-oriented "album." This is more like literature for the ears. Enjoy in any form, but try to find the original version in the cut-out bin. Also a marvelous companion to the recently released LIFEHOUSE ELEMENTS."
Dialogue Introduction to Psychoderelict
Taylor | Charlottsvile, VA | 10/29/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The album Psychoderelict is a unique album. The songs are punctuated with dialog that tells and interesting story. The album tells the story of an aging rocker who has become alcoholic and recluse, and how his manager forms an elaborate plan with a journalist to get him back into main-stream music. It takes a few lessons to understand the story, as it is very complicated. The dialog can make it difficult to listen too, especially once you've herd it a few times, but fortunately there is a music-only version available.
Some excellent songs are Outlive The Dinosaur, Fake It, and the classic English Boy."