Psychoderelict [Bonus Track]

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Greg Prato
In 1993, Pete Townshend issued his fourth true studio solo album for Atco (not counting a live album, a couple of demo collections, and a collaboration with Ronnie Lane), entitled Psychoderelict. Perhaps best known for his conceptually based works (the Who's Tommy, Quadrophenia, etc.), Townshend did indeed thread a storyline throughout the album, which appeared to be the tale of an aging rock star. Psychoderelict includes Townshend's hardest-rocking songs since his 1980 solo album, Empty Glass, such as "English Boy" and "Let's Get Pretentious." Three instrumental tracks paying tribute to Townshend's spiritual mentor, Meher Baba, incorporate the synth loop from the Who's ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Greg Prato
In 1993, Pete Townshend issued his fourth true studio solo album for Atco (not counting a live album, a couple of demo collections, and a collaboration with Ronnie Lane), entitled Psychoderelict. Perhaps best known for his conceptually based works (the Who's Tommy, Quadrophenia, etc.), Townshend did indeed thread a storyline throughout the album, which appeared to be the tale of an aging rock star. Psychoderelict includes Townshend's hardest-rocking songs since his 1980 solo album, Empty Glass, such as "English Boy" and "Let's Get Pretentious." Three instrumental tracks paying tribute to Townshend's spiritual mentor, Meher Baba, incorporate the synth loop from the Who's "Baba O'Riley," the best being "Meher Baba M4" (although strangely, the synths sound remarkably similar to the Who's 1978 hit "Who Are You"). [This edition of Psychoderelict includes the bonus track "Psychomontage."]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/13/2006
  • Label: Teichiku Japan
  • EAN: 4988004099809
  • Catalog Number: 24353

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Pete Townshend Primary Artist
Technical Credits
Pete Townshend Composer, Producer
Cleveland Watkiss Contributor
Jon Astley Composer, Remastering
Simon Townshend Composer
Richard Barnes Contributor
Ian Broudie Contributor
Mark Brzezicki Composer, Contributor
John "Rabbit" Bundrick Contributor
Barry Diament Contributor
Josh Phillips-Gorse Composer
The Kick Horns Contributor
Jamie Lane Contributor
Dee Lewis Contributor
Jon Lind Composer
Jody Linscott Contributor
Jaz Lochrie Composer, Contributor
Andy MacPherson Contributor
Billy Nicholls Composer, Contributor
Tessa Niles Contributor
Phil Palmer Contributor
Simon Rogers Contributor
Adam Seymour Contributor
Paul Stevens Contributor
Nigel Walker Contributor
Ian Wilson Contributor
Steve Hill Contributor
Bobby Pridden Contributor
Michael Nicholls Contributor
Frank Gargiulo Booklet Design
Melanie Nissen Art Direction
Linal Haft Contributor
Bruce Davies Contributor
Gavin Lewis Composer, Contributor
Tom Bowman Cover Design
Matt Kent Producer
Nick Goderson Producer
Roger Knapp Contributor
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