A) Sex, Psyche, Etcetera
B1) Several Famous Orchestras
B2) Who He Is
The three tracks on this release were non-album tracks at the time, but the A-side was eventually included on the album Iconography (1986).
Sex, Psyche, Etc is a 12" single issued on Cocteau Records, and was the first release to use the "Orchestra Arcana" moniker. Being under contract with CBS/Portrait, Nelson was prevented from releasing material on Cocteau, and so devised this pseudonym to get around the issue.
The first appearance of the track "Sex, Psyche, Etcetera" was actually on a cover-mount cassette that came with Electronic Soundmaker and Music Maker magazine (Issue 7) in April 1985, before appearing a one month later on the 12" single, and then on the Iconography album in 1986.
Iconography was reissued on CD (Enigma, 1989) with no bonus cuts, but the two b-sides were included on the 2CD collection of all the Orchestra Arcana material on The Hermetic Jukebox (Fabled Quixote, 2003).
All 3 tracks from the 12" are now available on the remastered reissue of Iconography (Esoteric/Cocteau Discs, 2013).