TESLA – PSYCHOTIC SUPPER
Released in 1991, Tesla “Psychotic Supper” is a Rock N’ Roll treasure among the heavy music releases of it’s time. Call Tesla Hard Rock or Heavy Metal, they produce a jolt of electrifying music that is lyrically intellectual. “Call It What You Want” is a perfect example of how to describe Tesla, this song states “it’s all the same to me”. “Call It What You Want” is such a great, heavy song that is intertwined with amazing arrangements and melody. “Change In The Weather” and “Man Out Of Time/Edison’s Medicine” are two songs that display the heavier side of Tesla, the full blown elevation of musical energy I feel and hear from these songs never wanes. “What You Give” and “Song & Emotion” are two songs that are ballads, filled with inspired reflection and emotion, these two songs are far from sappy. “Song & Emotion” was dedicated by Tesla to the late Steve Clark of Def Leppard. I cannot say enough about how great the lead vocals of J.K. are on “Psychotic Supper”, he really sings the lights out on this album. Frank Hannon and Tommy Skeoch are just amazing on guitars. Brian Wheat plays bass and Troy Luccketta is on drums & percussion, they deliver a potent rhythm section here that truly rounds out the greatness of Tesla. Tesla’s “Psychotic Supper” is extremely relevant to today’s music scene, hopefully it should make a Hard Rocking and positive impact on you!