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Culture - Trippy music recommendations for LSD?

Discussion in 'LSD Discussions' started by soer, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. soer

    soer Silver Member

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    what do you all recommend to listen to when stoned, etc.

    techno, indian, anything

    some trippy stuff .. inspiring stuff

    movie soundtracks from inspiring movies prove good a lot of the time!
     
  2. discobloodbath

    discobloodbath Newbie

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    i love to hear goldfrapp, their songs are great and their videos are trippy.. i also like that their lyrics kinda have suttle drug undertones. I also like the atmosphere of zero 7's music, very cool and mellow, and they also got great videos the party monster soundtrack also ranks up there, and if want to hear some indian stuff, like bollywood songs, i suggest the lagaan soundtrack, devdas, monsoon wedding, great foreign songs, and the latter album has more techno indian songs as well as traditional songs
     
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  3. geordie

    geordie Newbie

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    for getting stoned you want tunes by the beatles and people like that, for tripping, just experiment, see what you like, i prefer more abstract unusualthings like cLOUDDEAD, lots of psytrance, and quite often some ambient.
     
  4. bowlingforcindy

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    ok, i have a few songs. these are def tunes for when you have things like x and would be even better for lsd. id listen to slow stuff if i was on weed or ketamine, or listen to rock, i like any music.

    DJ Ross - Emotions(lonely) phonomatika Mix, listen to this song when you aint had a trip, this songs is like a trip. it starts of slow then fast slow fast its such a great song and my favourate song ever. but when your on lsd listen to this song is so cool, like most music is.

    Oceanlab - satellite - another great song, vocal trance
    DJ sammy - heaven - grean court remix
    Heavens cry - till tears do us part
    Ian van Dahl - will i
    Solitaire - i like love
    Da buzz - let me love you tonight

    these are all great song that are perfect for when you trippin your head off. there all uplifting tunes as wel, and if your on a pill these alwasy bring me up. that of course if your into this kind of music. dance/trance/hard house
     
  5. ThirdEyeFloond

    ThirdEyeFloond Platinum Member & Advisor

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    When stoned Pink Floyd og King Crimson is always nice, but I appreciate
    most styles of music, prog. rock, acid rock, jazz, singer-songwriter,
    chillout/ambient, triphop. I dig alot of Zappa, Bowie and Tom
    Waits too.



    When I'm trippin' I mostly hear psy-trance or ambient. Psy-trance favorites are: Hallucinogen, 1200 mics and Rinkadink

    Ambient favs are: Shpongle - Are You Shpongled? and Bodh Gaya - Ayahuasca.

    Tool - Lateralus and Aenima are great for trippin too

    I've experimented with classical works also, classical music can have a very powerful effect.
     
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    anyone heard bjorks new album medulla? i'm not a real big fan but i admit that album is trippy...
     
  7. Curtains

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    big modest mouse fan (older stuff)--dramamine, stars are projectors
     
  8. rob057

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    sup guys i gotta couple trippy songs


    canned heat - goin up the country


    the beatles-Lucy in the sky with dimonds


    rollingstones-paint it black


    deltron3030-positive contact


    swollen members-black magic ---hard to find holla at me if u want it

    swollen members- Heat


    doors-this is the end


    simon and garfunkle-mrs robinson


    d12-purple pills(for someppl)


    thats it boys pppppayyyce
     
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  9. betty_bupe

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    Future Sound of London



    Transmissions from the Planet Dog



    Symphonies of the Planets
     
  10. serotonin

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    bands/groups:


    telepopmusik


    sigur ros


    mogwai


    also, search "mushroom jazz", there is some pretty crazy stuff.
     
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    Being a house dj, I would have to recommend some bumping/bangin ass house music. Check out dj dan, donald glaude, bad boy bill if you are in an energetic/dancing type mood.

    If you are in chill mode, you have to check out the following:

    Manual - this guy is a fucking genius!!!! Seriously. Everyone check out his song Drifting w/ Syntaks. One of the most beautiful songs I've ever heard.
    Boards of Canada
    Marumari
    Aural Float

    There are many more bad ass people, but my mind fails me right now. But please, check the above out. There are sure to lift your spirits.
     
  12. Woodman

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    Try classical music.

    I love listening to Bach because you can hear all the
    different melodies interweaving, dying out and
    reintroduced.
    It's like experiencing a kaleidoscope of sound.

    Polyphony is awesome.
     
  13. dr ACE

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    its like that fatboy slim track video, when they all go mental when it gets played like they just cant help it,its totally crazyhow things canhave an effect onu,some music would make u want to sleep lol
     
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    Massive attack sucks u up.

    One night I was stoned with a friend of mine. She asked me if i wanted to listen 2 music. So I said why not so she put on this cd of Massive attack. It seemed as if this one song, cant remember the name, took 4ever. During the song I had a feeling of total serenity. When the song ended it was like a slap in my face. I was completely lost. I didnt know what we had been toalkin bout and I didnt what time it was or where my keys where. That song just intensified the power of the weed.
     
  15. GuUg7

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    These are my two favourite albums to listen to, whether stoned or tripping:



    Tool - Lateralus. This album is just perfect. Whenever I even look at
    it, I think of it as the "perfect" cd. Now listening to it is a whole
    other story...



    Mortiis - Fodt Til A Herske. Called "atmospheric dungeon music" this
    album is very epic. No singing, only rare words in Norwegian (I think)
    with keyboards, synthesizers, you name it. It's a very well thought out
    album



    Also anything from Infected Mushroom, Shpongle, Hallucinagen, Pink
    Floyd, or even Opeth, In Flames, and Hypocrisy. Although Hypocrisy
    could be a little creepy with their alien themes, depending what drug
    you're on.
     
  16. Chaote

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    SPHONGLE!!!! AND GANGE GIRL
    they blow my mind and I hope some day they can blow yours too
     
  17. Maxamillion

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    BARDO POND, Spiritualized, Mogwai, Godspeed you black emperior, Tortise (sp?),....there are shitloads
     
  18. davidd

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    The Orb! It's the best.
     
  19. Maxamillion

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    The Orb is great as well....yea I agree
     
  20. Paderas

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    i suppose it's Tortoise you mean Max...



    myself i have some Matthew Herbert that is very nice, Sinc Collective,
    PFD, Matmos... try epitonic.com for some sweet free downloads...



    you should also try this song: RZA - Walking Through The Darkness (don't be scared, this one doesn't hiphop)