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post #61 of 110

Pink Floyd - The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Dark Side of the Moon, Animals & The Wall

Sleep - Dopesmoker

Madvillain - Madvillany

Swans - The Seer

 

also, Classical music sounds great stoned (although it's not hard for something to be good stoned isn't it?)

post #62 of 110

The Grateful Dead:  Live/Dead (1969)

700

post #63 of 110

Amazing album.  Sounds like what heroin must feel like..

 

post #64 of 110

I have found all of these artists trippy at different times:

 

- Porcupine Tree

- Pink Floyd

- James Blake

- Teebs

- Sleep

- Flying Lotus

- Mux Mool

- Shlohmo

- Baths

- Down

- Torche

- Mastodon

- The Beatles

- Shakthi

- Leonard Cohen

- Ulver

- Tiamat

- The Gaslamp Killer

- Deftones

- Mount Kimbie

- My Bloody Valentine

- Katatonia

- Failure

- Can

- Baroness

- Nick Drake

- Zero 7

- Massive Attack

- Don Caballero

- Earth

- Om

- Queens Of The Stone Age

- King Crimson

- Radiohead

- Cynic

- Slint

- Tool

- Electric Wizard

post #65 of 110

M83's  hurry up we're dreaming is the perfect album to listen while stoned

post #66 of 110

Some cool visuals and a great tune......

 

post #67 of 110

Neil Young's ****ing rad in any decade!

post #68 of 110

Maybe you heard Psychedelic Pill... but have you heard Psychedelic Pill on tuuubes?

post #69 of 110
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Maybe you heard Psychedelic Pill... but have you heard Psychedelic Pill on tuuubes?

Nope, no tubes here.smile_phones.gif

post #70 of 110
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Nope, no tubes here.smile_phones.gif

Stoner jokes aside, I actually found the effects on certain songs to be trippier (or atleast more accurately rendered) on SS. The tubes do some nice things to the guitar tones though.  

post #71 of 110

When you think about it, it's impossible to hear "Psychedelic Pill" without tubes, because tube distortion is the very essence of Neil's guitar tone. The only question is whether you want to add more tubes on top of the tubes Neil's already using. smile.gif

post #72 of 110
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When you think about it, it's impossible to hear "Psychedelic Pill" without tubes, because tube distortion is the very essence of Neil's guitar tone. The only question is whether you want to add more tubes on top of the tubes Neil's already using. smile.gif

I totally agree. That texture and fuzzines is always there, but tubes certainly do exaggerate it. It's a beautiful album, the tones are rich and lush, and all of it is intensely emotional. I can't get enough of it. 

post #73 of 110

Wait, why have DJ Screw and Juicy J not been mentioned yet?

post #74 of 110

Stumbled across this thread just as I'm listening to DJ Screw's All Screwed Up album. :-D

post #75 of 110

Oh ho! My kind of thread!

 

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