Ophelia, in astronomy, one of the natural satellites, or moons, of Uranus.

Ophelia's Shadow was the fourth solo album by Toyah Willcox, and showcases a new direction in her work. Moving on from the experimental Prostitute, it showcases a more progressive style of music and is very much the sister album to Sunday All Over The World's Kneeling At The Shrine.

This album was critically acclaimed in the USA and entered the American Import chart at number #12.

The album was reissued in 2003 via Toyah's own Vertical Species label.

Track listing

  1. "Ophelia's Shadow" (Beavis/Geballe/Gunn/Willcox)
  2. "The Shaman Says" (Geballe/Willcox)
  3. "Brilliant Day" (Beavis/Fripp/Gunn/Willcox)
  4. "Prospect" (Geballe/Willcox)
  5. "Turning Tide" (Geballe/Willcox)
  6. "Take What You Will" (Beavis/Geballe/Gunn/Willcox)
  7. "Ghost Light" (Beavis/Geballe/Gunn/Willcox)
  8. "The Woman Who Had An Affair With Herself" (Geballe/Willcox)
  9. "Homeward" (Geballe/Willcox)
  10. "Lords Of The Never Known" (Beavis/Gunn/Fripp/Willcox)


  • Toyah Willcox - vocals
  • Robert Fripp - guitar (uncredited)
  • Tony Geballe - guitar
  • Trey Gunn - bass, stick
  • Paul Beavis - drums, percussion


  • Producer: Toyah Willcox


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