A good effort by Tesla but this album is more uneven than "The Great Radio Controversy", chiefly due to having lengthy songs exceeding five minutes regularly throughout the album. The album starts off with a punch with the likable "Change in the Weather" and the very hard rocking "Edison's Medicine", afterwards the album's momentum grinds down. "Song and Emotion" and "What You Give" are strong ballads that come later in the album, but it seems like Tesla was trying much harder, causing more "artistic" material in Psychotic Supper rather than the easy going hard rock that pleased in their previous album.
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