Worst Song/Music on Ecstasy

Discussion in 'Ecstasy & MDMA' started by elbow, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. elbow

    elbow Silver Member

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    Inspired by the topic on the best techno song you ever heard while on a
    pill (or tripping) I am curous to know what people's worst musical
    experiences have been. Any songs that you never realized you hated
    until you heard it high? Any songs/artists that really kill your buzz?



    When I heard Thievery Corporation when I was peaking on mushrooms all
    of a sudden the music just sounded so thin, shallow and lame that I've
    never really been able to listen to their music again. I used to quite
    like them as well.



    And the worst ever is any screechy female vocalist--like the Cranberries or Alannis *shudder*
     
  2. Guest

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    any rap music, proper brings you down!!!
     
  3. Tony Blair

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    wylde99 is spot on.



    I remember hearing some Jay-Z on New Years Eve.. OH MY GOD... SWIM
    had never been so offended in all his life and RAN out the room.
     
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    That damn"heaven" DJ Sammy (remix) I HATE THAT SONG!! lol
     
  5. elbow

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    I hate commercial hip-hop, but there is some less mainstream stuff that
    is quite trippy and enjoyable. For example, MF Doom, Hieroglyphics, Del
    tha Funky Homosapien's latest album, Prefuse 73 and a lot of the
    artists on a label called Def Jux. Most of the hip-hop artists I like
    make music that is pretty complex, with good production and lyrics more
    than a little inspired by drugs.



    It's just that commercial hip-hop (like Jay-Z) is sooooo dismal these
    days. It should really be separated from the artists that are actually
    creating something new and interesting, or expressing something
    artistically.
     
  6. prospero

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    I love heavy rock and that really sucks when you trip. On the techno side for some reasonI find songs with male vocals never work when I'm tripping, even ifI like them normally, whereas songs with female vocals always sound amazing.
     
  7. billyloner

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    i think id hate heavy metal when on e. i mean, i dont like it anyway, stuff like nine inch nails or metallica or whatever (forgive me if these are not classed as heavy metal as i know nothing about this kind of music [​IMG]) however stuff like hendrix or whatever is good.


    also manufactured pop bullshit like s club or britney or <insert name here> would bring me down no end.
     
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    i find that good quality trance/dance,funky house/ is the best. as long as it doesnt have cheesy lyrics with a voice that makes you wanna sit down in the middle of a club, cover your ears and cry all night.

    anything by oceanlab, agnelli nelson, armin, marcel woods is pretty good.

    rap, or any songs that are not got good female vocals are shte and will bing you right down to china town and once there youl never get up again that night.

    that reminds me, who are the dance groo that did them dance songs, pretty green eyes, i hate that mans voice, hes just so annoying
     
  9. Nature Boy

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    Most mainstream three minute buzz tracks that you see on MTV just kill me when I'm rolling. I don't really like listening to anything too heavy either, although normally I love metal. Rap doesn't work too well either usually.

    Best music for me when rolling is psychadelic space rock. That genre of music combines fast, breath-taking beats with real unpredictability and innovation something that most techno, house and trance completely lacks.
     
  10. club222

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    Metal, hard rock, and rap all sound horrible to SWIM when he's rolling.
    Even when he's in the club having a great time with friends, if he
    actually listens to the rap being played then it doesn't sound that
    good. He does however love feeling all the bass pounding out of the
    speakers though.
     
  11. billyloner

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    i guess these days id have to say hard house and trance too... i used to love trance and thought hard house was pretty good, but totally went off them and havent listened in ages...
     
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    worst = country music,


    followed some hot chicks to a country bar like idiots one night
     
  13. sands of time

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    Rap can kill swim's buzz like no other.
     
  14. Nature Boy

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    Though alt-country is superb when tripping IMO.
     
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    I was at a rave and this new dj came in and played a remix of sweet home alabama i wanted to rip off my ears
     
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    How about an anthology of Alpine Yodeling played over Marshall stacks at 1,000 watts/channel?
     
  17. sands of time

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    Well it aint the greatful dead but I will take it over the shit kids listen to nowadays.
     
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    SWIMlikes to roll, while at a club that DJ Deko-ze is playing at.


    This man is amazing, he plays a funky tribal house style, and it's brilliant when rolling. Sadly he's most popular now in and around southern Ontario playing after hours clubs like "THE COMFORT ZONE", LUSH, FLY, etc.


    Here is a link to DJ Deko-ze's site with some sample tunez.


    http://www.deko-ze.com/
     
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    haha just the oposite of me bro, i listened to that song on x and now i
    cant get enough of it, it pisses me off cuz i feel girly when i got it
    playin. I can listen to almost anything on E, the only thing i
    wouldnt listen to is sad songs, especially sad country. I can
    stand country only if its really upbeat and i know the lyrics to sing
    along to[​IMG]. The ultimate let down as far as music goes is when you pop in a good cd on x and it skips, cant think of much worse.
     
  20. hixxy

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    Other than a few rare exceptions, I hate hearing anything except
    dance/trance/hardcore/happy hardcore/hardhouse/techno/rave while on
    pills.