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Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 17, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Genesis P-Orridge
  • Run Time: 78 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 1, 2000
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After taking a little time off PTV finally came out with this album and boy ist it a good one. This is the album that started me on my Psychic TV craze. I was looking for a new sound and when I randomly picked(as I usually do) this album something awoke inside me and ever since then I have become a PTV head. I now own at least 20 of thier other albums and also Trobbing Gristle and other works with Genesis P-Orridge. And after showing PTV to my friends they were hooked! I think it's safe to say that if PTV were a mainstream band this album would definately be ranked in every music critics Top 10 Best Albums of the Century and I'm not over exagerating. Trip reset is destined to be a classic. And anyone who likes trippy surreal sound-scape music that you can explore will definately love this album.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By on April 6, 1999
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One of the main reasons I absolutely adore Psychic(k) TV is the inability to classify their style of music. Whether it be pop, rock, industrial, experimental (one album consists in aprox. 40 minutes of overlays of a wolf growling), spoken word, ambience or acid house, this band consistently strove to surprise and expand the minds of their listeners like no other. Trip Reset is another fine example of the bands creativity, delivering a fine mix of sunny pop, foreboding drone, spoken word (an eerie tale of a girl's frightening insight to her mother's murderous intentions), and ethereal hypnotic ambience. Trip Reset is one of the finest examples of PTV's ability to cross myriad musical structures and moods.
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"Trip Reset" is the most beautiful, comforting, dreamlike and relaxing album in the psychedelic / jam vein I've ever heard. It's a unique and perfect balance of sugary, breezy vintage sounding pop melodies, avant-garde ambience, improvisational psychedelic tangents, haunting electric viola melodies and playful darkness. The songs are wreathed in watery effects. This is a place where emotions and mental images seem more vivid and real, but rather than being disconcerting as a lot of experimental music can be, a loved-up 'hippie' vibe is somewhat present, albeit presented in the context of a refreshingly new, more otherworldly aesthetic. It scintillates with soft purple hues.

Just as the pop starts to seem a little too saccharine (intentional or not, it seems not to matter after a while), we're treated with a mind bending avant-garde tour de force and hear the howling of cosmic winds in the void ("Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun"). Just as it feels we may drift too far into space, we're brought to Earth with a romantic yet melancholy moonlight reverie ("I Believe What You Said"). The album could have gotten too serious continuing along these lines, but they spice things up with the devilish children's story "Mother Jack". Lady Jaye intones excitedly in her best story time voice about the nicest and most harmless of things, but only to heighten the moment in which the story suddenly turns to surrealism and murder. This sort of diversity continues through the whole record.

The sound of the album alone is what kept me coming back to it, but repeated listenings reveal the depth of the songwriting and lyrics, which are deeply heartfelt, as in everything Genesis P-Orridge creates.
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