Psychotic Supper

Psychotic Supper

by Tesla
4.3 3


View All Available Formats & Editions
Eligible for FREE SHIPPING
  • Get it by Monday, August 28 ,  Order by 12:00 PM Eastern and choose Expedited Delivery during checkout.


Psychotic Supper

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.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/30/1991
Label: Geffen Records
UPC: 0720642442425
catalogNumber: 24424
Rank: 23472

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Tesla   Primary Artist
J.K.   Vocals
Frank Hannon   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Jeff Keith   Vocals
Troy Luccketta   Percussion,Drums
Tommy Skeoch   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Background Vocals
Brian Wheat   Bass,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Tesla   Arranger,Producer
Michael Barbiero   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Engineer
George Cowan   Engineer
Victor Deyglio   Engineer
Nick Egan   Art Direction
Frank Hannon   Composer
Jeff Keith   Composer
Tommy Skeoch   Composer
Steve Thompson   Arranger,Producer
Brian Wheat   Composer
Michael Semanick   Engineer
Dan McGlendon   Engineer

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See All Customer Reviews

Psychotic Supper 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
tesla, an 80's hair band, with all the components of a great band, rocks and kicks butt on this one, with a song in memory of steve clark
Guest More than 1 year ago
No one does this sort of rock better than Tesla, they should get much more credit for it. Quality crafted songs, not as immediate as their other but must be their best album to date. Lots of high points, if you like good rock you won't be disappointed with this.