TPA Flight 028 is the second album by Canadian indie rock group Tristan Psionic. It was released on vinyl and CD in 1996 on Sonic Unyon, a record label started by three members of the band. TPA is the IATA code of Tampa International Airport, but it more likely stands for the fictional "Tristan Psionic Airline. The album held the number one position for Canadian college radio for eight weeks. It also reached the top thirty on the CMJ (Top 200) college radio albums chart.
During the two-year period between the release of their debut and TPA Flight 028, Tristan Psionic did more than just run Sonic Unyon, they also developed their sound substantially, shucking straight-ahead pop numbers for more intricate arrangements reminiscent of Pavement or Sonic Youth. They hadn't quite found their own voice yet on this release, but they were certainly coming along nicely - and you've gotta like a band who can record a song titled "Donut Rock City.
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TPA Flight 028 is the second album by Canadian indie rock group Tristan Psionic.
Album · 1996 · 12 Songs. TPA Flight 028 Tristan Psionic. Listen on Apple Music.
The Sounds of Tristan Psionic is the debut album by Canadian indie rock group Tristan Psionic. It was released in 1994 on Sonic Unyon, a record label started by three of the four members of the band. It was the second release, and the first full-length release, by Sonic Unyon. All songs written by Tristan Psionic (Sandy McIntosh, Gary "Wool" McMaster, Mark Milne, and Tim Potocic). Black Psabbath Psong" – 3:10. The Nightmare Returns" – 4:01.
Mind the Gap is the third (and last) album by Canadian indie rock group Tristan Psionic. It was released in 2000 on Sonic Unyon, a record label started by three members of the band. The album was produced by Ian Blurton and engineered by Dale Morningstar at The Gas Station in Toronto. It ranked as the number two album of 2000 for Canadian college radio. Mind the Gap. Studio album by. Tristan Psionic.
|1||Air Traffic Control|
|7||All Of The Important Things I've Done|
|8||3AM (Circa 1996)|
|9||Trans Am Kid|
|10||Zone Of Compass Unreliability|
|11||Donut Rock City|
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