Psychotic Supper - Tesla

Psychotic Supper

Tesla

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1991-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1991 UMG Recordings, Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Change In the Weather Tesla 3:38 USD 0.99
2
Edison's Medicine Tesla 4:46 USD 0.99
3
Don't De-Rock Me Tesla 5:11 USD 0.99
4
Call It What You Want Tesla 4:30 USD 0.99
5
Song and Emotion Tesla 8:28 USD 1.29
6
Time Tesla 5:13 USD 0.99
7
Government Personnel Tesla 0:59 USD 0.99
8
Freedom Slaves Tesla 6:40 USD 0.99
9
Had Enough Tesla 4:49 USD 0.99
10
What You Give Tesla 7:15 USD 1.29
11
Stir It Up Tesla 5:40 USD 0.99
12
Can't Stop Tesla 5:27 USD 0.99
13
Toke About It Tesla 5:24 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • SUCH A GREAT RECORD

    5
    By Pozoblanco1
    This Tesla record is one of my favorites. So many good songs on this. Crank it.
  • Keep rocking

    3
    By J-COBRA-R
    I already had the Great Radio Controversy, and then I saw you guys in concert and I was hooked, and when I came on iTunes to buy and album, I had just enough money to but one album, and I went back and forth between 3 albums to decide what to pick for over an hour, and I choose this one and do not regret it. Now I'm having the same problem again between choosing them, they're all so good!
  • Tesla? Nevermind...

    5
    By Grung_e_Gene
    That title's a bit incorrect. Actually, this was the final cassette I purchased before Grunge took over in the early 90's. After listening through a couple times, Smells Like hit and that was all for Tesla. I put it away and didn't listen for a long time. Don't blame me I was in High School! Now years later I've come back to them and recognize that Telsa's easy-to-heavy bluesy sound would have made them the Stones of America in an earlier Era, but being unfairly grouped into the (yuck!) Hair Metal genre in the 80's stilted their growth. Better Late than Never though...
  • An Entire Album

    5
    By BestBlairEver
    So many bands back then were putting out albums that had one great ballad and one good rock song. Meanwhile, the rest of their album was crap. This is an album with 13 songs worth listening to!
  • Rock at its BEST!!!

    5
    By jjdynomite
    My older brother got me this album for christmas when I was 14,and I listened to it everyday for the remainder of winter break ....and long after that. This album ROCKS!!! Thanks for the great music and memories TESLA!!!
  • Best Tesla Album

    5
    By souldrifter
    This is my favorite Tesla album. The two previous studio albums (Mechanical Resonance and The Great Radio Controversy) are both great albums as well, but this one always stuck out for me. Tommy and Frank are awesome guitarists (check out Don't De-Rock Me). Song and Emotion is AWESOME (but sad, but a great tribute to Steve Clark of Def Leppard). Freedom Slaves and Edison's Medicine rock!! What You Give and Stir It Up are great ballads and Toke About It is a great song to end the album. I think this came out in August/September of '91. Shortly afterwards Nirvana hit and killed the hard rock genre.
  • IT'S NOT WHAT YOU GOT IT'S WHAT YOU GIVE

    4
    By xmw
    Great cd from a great band. These guys are very passionate, and if you ever saw them live, saw them 5 times, you understand. My favorites on this one are 1,2,5, & 7 - 10. Listen to Had Enough, " The more i drink the better you look, and thats a whole lot better than before."
  • best Tesla album

    5
    By Rubashov
    This is still my favorite Tesla album. They apparently got at each other's throats while making it, but conflict sparked creative energy here. The danger for Tesla was always to play it safe and create straight forward arena rock a la Skid Row or Dokken. At their worst the band sounds a bit bland. Not on Psychotic Supper! There are rock, blues, folk and pop elements, merged into wonderful songs. Edison's Medicine, Don't De-Rock Me (insane guitars!!!) and Freedom Slaves are balls out rockers, while the band showcases its pop sensibilities in Call It What You Want, the beautiful What You Give, and the haunting Song and Emotion, the band's tribute to Def Leppard guitarist Steve Clark, who had just died when Tesla recorded the album. If you like the Black Crowes just as much as Judas Priest, this album is for you.
  • THESE GUYS RULE

    4
    By Anakin Rocks!
    TESLA ROCK HARDER
  • "thought you were crazy, you was one of a kind"

    5
    By gregkuhl
    This album hits so hard. The best Tesla album ever. 'Stir it up' is amazing, and one of the most underrated Tesla songs of all time. 'Edison's Medicine' is one of the most thought provoking songs that they have they have ever written and just makes you want to drive your car a 100 mph. It was great that these guys got their dues, because they were never in it for the almighty dollar, like Crue, Poison, were. And i'm sure in concert today they can rock harder then any metals / glam band, except for maybe Megadeth. peace

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