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Lord Lucan
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Re: most psychedelic album ever
Oct 29, 2001, 16:25
I agree with Shrimp that everyone's criteria for this are going to be different as we have all had different experiences this way. Much as I agree with the suggestions so far (I think Cottonwoodhill isn't quite as psychedelic as all the hype has it, though), I feel the need to fight the more avant-garde corner. Stockhausen's 'Hymnen' blows your head off, The Residents 'Eskimo' scares your pants off, and Eno/Byrne's 'My Life in the Bush of Ghosts' makes you laugh, tremble and dance, sometimes all at the same time. The latter platter is impossible to take off the turntable once on, you just find yourself turning it over, and over, and over, and over... Oh, and I found Waters/Geesin 'Music from the Body' surprisingly effective too in a weird creepy English Catweasel-y way. Oh, and 'Tago Mago', as someone else said. And the Cosmic Jokers' first album is the sound of music turning itself inside out, then outside in and back again when on acid. And... Oh, SHUT UP!
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