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These are some of the most unique and trippy-sounding albums I own and probably somewhat esoteric for even hardcore fans of electronica/trip-hop:

 

Amorphous Androgygnous - Alice in Ultraland

Sukia - Contacto Espacial Con El Tercer Sexo

Teargas & Plateglass - Teargas & Plateglass

post #122 of 124
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These are some of the most unique and trippy-sounding albums I own and probably somewhat esoteric for even hardcore fans of electronica/trip-hop:

 

Amorphous Androgygnous - Alice in Ultraland

Sukia - Contacto Espacial Con El Tercer Sexo

Teargas & Plateglass - Teargas & Plateglass

 

you should get the new Future sound of london album , it is very good.

also The Issness from AA is their best work, imo

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you should get the new Future sound of london album , it is very good.


also The Issness from AA is their best work, imo

 

The Isness (my CD shows they released that as FSOL, not AA) isn't bad, but I like Alice in Ultraland more. Which new release do you mean? Haven't heard anything they've done since Alice in Ultraland, didn't even realize they were still releasing stuff.

post #124 of 124

As an older gentleman who was born in the very early sixties, I would have to be stoned out of my gourd to listen to anything by John Denver, without dissolving into a pool of primordial soup.

 

Music when straight that feels trippy is always Hawkwind for me, Motorhead and The Ramones for speed freak jive and gospel for the morning after.

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