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re: Best drug-related album/CD or most "trippy" CD/album...

that would be the soundtrack for "moonlight mile". yup, i find this album even more "weed smelling" than the "almost famous" compilation. a nice brew of sly and the family stone, rolling stones, t.rex, david bowie, bob dylan, jefferson airplane, travis, etc. just makes me see redshifter's avatar more alive. another good headphone album here.

edit: guys, i'm in the lookout for good stuff to listen to when you're into "speed". maybe a fast paced crystal method or more tempo trent reznor? hmmmm, maybe i'll start a thread on this. or if anybody wants to do it, please. something that could pump you up for more adrenaline rush before a rock climb or heading in your boss' office.
post #32 of 110
The Verve Urban Hymns
post #33 of 110
Mandrill's title album and title instrumental is pretty trippy...though not the "best"
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<<edit: guys, i'm in the lookout for good stuff to listen to when you're into "speed". maybe a fast paced crystal method or more tempo trent reznor? hmmmm, maybe i'll start a thread on this. or if anybody wants to do it, please. something that could pump you up for more adrenaline rush before a rock climb or heading in your boss' office.>>


dieselboy- the sixth session. :O
post #35 of 110
Necro "I Need Drugs"

Necro & ill bills uncle is a real crack head, and he is on the cover of the album..............

Cage "Movies For The Blind"

Track 6, Cage sings about him being in rehab in Stoney Lodge in New York. The song is called "Stoney Lodge"


Some Sick & Twisted ****!!!
post #36 of 110
Kruder & Dorfmeister - K&D Sessions
Beatles - SGT. Pepper and Magical Mystery Tour
Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy
Lou Reed - American Poet
Jackson Browne - Running on Empty

......and of course, Pink Floyd, these are just a few of my favorite spliff disks
post #37 of 110
Doesn't pretty much anything sound better when on drugs?

(Sorry, don't know.)
post #38 of 110
Oh hell yeah!! I was listening to Al Greens greatest hits when I was high and the trumpets sounded so beautiful.

Anything by the Orb (although some people have adverse reactions to this)

Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentleman We Are Floating in Space
Tranquility Bass - Let the Freak Flag Fly
Sklyab- #1
Bootsy Collins- anything by him

What not to listen to while you are high:

WNEW LITE FM or any lite music station for that matter. They play the most depressing **** in the world. I was tripping on acid in a pool hall and they were playing that song that goes "Its too late baby yeah its too late..." and I felt myself slipping so I paid my bill and ran out of their.

SET AND SETTING kids SET AND SETTING!!!!!
post #39 of 110
It's been 17 years, 2 months and 29 days since I had my last drug or drink...but I have fond memories of the following head LPs and staring at the tie-dye sheets tacked to the ceiling of my college dorm room:

Pink Floyd "Dark Side of the Moon"
Todd Rundgren "A Wizard, A True Star"
"Switched on Bach"
"Switched on Gershwin"



John
post #40 of 110
Radiohead - OK Computer
Radiohead - Hail to the Thief (track 8)
Shpongle - Anything
post #41 of 110
Anyone remember the Grateful Dead?

Their earlier stuff was designed to accompany the acid tests

"SET AND SETTING"
those were the days

another vote for Dark Side of the Moon
post #42 of 110
I am utterly, utterly shocked that only one person has mentioned Aphex Twin.

Yea, anything by him...a friend of mine on shrooms thought the world was ending when he played the Richard D. James album...
post #43 of 110
hmmmmm... Azailia Snail, ok. Ahhhh.. Tear Ceremony, yeah that's the ticket!
post #44 of 110
While I don't take drugs and never have (mostly because human headaches have suggested since grade school that my sense of humor must come from acid trips and I don't wish to lend to their theory *any validity*), I've been fiending for LFO's _Advance_ lately (and also the mix of "Tied up" by Spiritualized on a Warp rmx comp). Mark Bell, with his high-pitched electric drones, imparts to my skull's loftbed's lavalamp's glo-stick's emoto-dial the kind of synthetic medicinal bliss that I associate with ecstasy, gear, LaMonte Young, mimosa ice cream, Amway-track-long strips of butterscotch rice paper and perfumed Violet Gum (which mannequins eat when you're not looking).

(Along those, how-you-say, lines: Ulrich Schnauss's _A Strangely Isolated Place_, which I'm listening to now.)
post #45 of 110
Mercury Rev-Yerself is Steam

Warning: Listening to this album under the influence of hallucinogenics may cause diarrhea; drowsiness; loss of appetite; muscle weakness; nausea or vomiting; slurred speech; trembling; blurred vision; clumsiness or unsteadiness; confusion; convulsions (seizures); dizziness; increase in amount of urine; trembling (severe); fainting; fast or slow heartbeat; irregular pulse; troubled breathing (especially during hard work or exercise); unusual tiredness or weakness; weight gain; blue color and pain in fingers and toes; coldness of arms and legs; dizziness; eye pain; headache; noises in the ears; vision problems; dry, rough skin; hair loss; hoarseness; mental depression; sensitivity to cold; swelling of feet or lower legs; swelling of neck; unusual excitement.


You have been warned.
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