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Oh my  godddddddd. I love this song. Man, when that clarinet/oboe/whatever [the guy who does it is a 'jack of all instruments]. Anyway, when the clarinet kicks in, I just melt in my seat. Then the strings perk you right back up. It's such a nice dichotomy. Absolutely beautiful.

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Has anyone mentioned 'yoshimi battles the pink robots'?

 

 

That cd might as well have included 5 dried grams of Psilocybin mushrooms. [winners who want a mediocre, dull, cubicle-shaped prison-cell life don't do drugs, folks. So i'm not advocate drugs. ]


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Another interesting one is Oranssi Pazuzu's album Muukalainen Puhuu. What a strange album.

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Anybody remember the rumors about the gummy worm that was stuck in the CD case for the first printings of Boris's Amplifier Worship that Southern Lord put out? I remember people claiming that the worms were laced with hallucinogenic drugs, so that you could eat the worm, trip out, then listen to the album.

 

Speaking of the Flaming Lips--few things are more fun than having a Zaireeka listening party with mind-altering substances. The album is mind-altering enough as it is, especially once you've got it set up just right and have four decent pairs of speakers to go along with it.

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Anything by Plastikman.  Artifakts (BC)  being my favorite.

 

B.T.- ESCM

 

Dead can Dance - Yulunga

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Big Blunts: 12 Smokin' Reggae Hits

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I have this as physical copy :P It also features the legendary "Afroman - Because I got high" lol.

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Shpongle's spinoff groups are possibly more drug focused than Shpongle itself, which is no mean feat.

 

1200 Micrograms eponymous album (with Shpongle's Raja Ram), where each song is an audio simulation of a different drug experience: "Ayahuasca", "Hashish","Mescaline","LSD","Marijuana","Ecstasy","Magic Mushrooms","Salvia Divinorum", and "DMT"  of which Mescaline is my favorite, with the Johnny Depp as Hunter S. quote from "Fear and Loathing..." to kick it off

 

 

And then they have Hallucinogen, headed by Simon Posford.  I really like their In Dub album which is remixed by Ott and is overall much dreamier and trippy than their ... uh... "straight" tracks.

 

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I win this thread, don't even pretend like I didn't:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Y-UCcVa2e4

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Originally Posted by metalsonata View Post

Anybody remember the rumors about the gummy worm that was stuck in the CD case for the first printings of Boris's Amplifier Worship that Southern Lord put out? I remember people claiming that the worms were laced with hallucinogenic drugs, so that you could eat the worm, trip out, then listen to the album.

 

Speaking of the Flaming Lips--few things are more fun than having a Zaireeka listening party with mind-altering substances. The album is mind-altering enough as it is, especially once you've got it set up just right and have four decent pairs of speakers to go along with it.

Haha, I doubt they could have pulled that off. Although I have gotten a CD with a joint in it before, but I didn't exactly buy it in a store.

 

Never tried the Zaireeka thing. I thought the stereo mixdown was OK on its own but nothing spectacular.

 

Some good stuff mentioned in this thread... Shpongle/Simon Posford's stuff is always good, wasn't a big fan of most of Hallucionogen's stuff but I did like In Dub(Ott is the schiit), and I like some of Younger Brother(The Last Days of Gravity). Someone mentioned Geogaddi as well, I love Boards of Canada, they're one of my favorite groups at the moment.

 

Anyways if anyone hasn't checked it out, you should look at the album "Prose Edda" by Yggdrasil. One of the most psychedelic albums I've heard while still always retaining musicality.

 

 

Also funny thing, I generally got into the more trippy stuff when I stopped doing drugs. You definitely don't need drugs to like this kind of music, just an open mind. 

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I just skimmed this whole thread and only saw Tool mentioned once. Really?... The song Rosetta Stoned is an entertaining story describing what must have been one hell of a trip. I always get a kick out of that song. Almost anything by them is great while you're smoking
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I'd say that you haven't truly listened to Zaireeka until you've done it 'the right way.' The mix-downs that are out there are fine for convenience's sake, but nothing compares to getting all the discs running through respectable speakers. Even if it's obviously a pain to set up. Hmmm. That gives me an idea. I should totally try to use Head-Fi to set up Zaireeka listening parties...

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