Tesla

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Tesla - The Great Radio Controversy The Great Radio Controversy
Pop Used - LP GHS 24224 Geffen
Extemely Hard To Find 1989 Original In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. Glossy, Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Tesla - Psychotic Supper Psychotic Supper
Pop Used - LP GEF 24424 Geffen
Stunning 1991 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Glossy, Unplayed Condition Shrink Wrap Intact With Custom Sticker. “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.” Steve Huey, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Mechanical Resonance
Pop New - LP GHS 24120 Geffen
Sealed 1986 Original, Huge $6.99 Store Price Tag Over Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Tesla - Psychotic Supper Psychotic Supper
Pop Used - LP GEF 24424 Geffen
Stunning 1991 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Tesla - Five Man Acoustical Jam Five Man Acoustical Jam
Pop New - LP GEF 24311 Geffen
New, Unplayed 1990 2LP Original With Custom Inner Sleeves. “Comparisons To MTV Unplugged Tend To Be Thrown Around In An Attempt To Promote Any Pre-Unplugged Acoustic Music By Linking It With A Successful, More Contemporary Phenomenon, But Tesla's Five Man Acoustical Jam Was Actually A Legitimate Predecessor Of The Trend -- It Bears A Strong Resemblance To Early Unplugged Sessions In Its Informality And Sense That The Band Is Just Having Fun. Perhaps More Importantly, The Fact That A Cover Of The Five Man Electrical Band's "Signs" Became A Top Ten Hit Demonstrated That Acoustic Rock & Roll -- Not Just Ballads Like Guns N' Roses' "Patience" Or Extreme's "More Than Words" -- Could Find Acceptance And Commercial Viability With Rock Audiences. As For The Musical Results, Tesla's Originals Generally Translate Well To The Acoustic Format, Though Some Of The Jams Tend To Ramble And Lose Focus, A Fact Underscored By The Tightly Melodic Covers Of '60s Classics Like "Lodi" And "Mother's Little Helper." Still, This Adds To The Informal Atmosphere, And The Album Is A Nice Change Of Pace From The Rest Of Tesla's Catalog.” Steve Huey, AMG.... more details
 

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