TD's first move after the release of Phaedra was to come to England to work on the soundtrack for a thater play, Oedipus Tyrannus, produced by the actor Keith Michell for the Chichester Theatre. Michell was fascinated by Phaedra's "space-time element" and wanted a special project. In June 1974 they recorded the Oedipus Tyrannus score at CBS studios and a concept album version of it at the Manor, but they weren't happy with it so it was never released.
The only official excerpt from Oedipus Tyrannus seeing ever the light of day was the opening composition Overture. It was released on the album V, a sampler by Virgin featuring material of numerous artists of the company. More than 25 years later an excerpt of Overture was re-released on the official TD album Antique Dreams (2000). Due to the fact that only the sampler V features the complete full length version of this composition, it is included in this discography.
2LP: 940 801/2
2LP: 88 588 XBT
2LP: ORL 8309/10
2LP: VD 2502; Some copies with sticker 'V has vays [sic!] to make you listen'