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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by basegetar, Oct 26, 2001.

  1. basegetar

    basegetar Guest

    Sep 11, 2001
    Dead in a gutter
    Hey I'm in need of some Trippy music. Not stuff like Hendrix, I personally don't find him trippy. I mean stuff like Muse, Radiohead, Perry Farrell (his new song is trippy). Just music that creates a really cool mellow (yet rockin') atmosphere. And no, I don't get stoned.
  2. Try anything by the beta band
  3. basegetar

    basegetar Guest

    Sep 11, 2001
    Dead in a gutter
    Another quick question, what would this style of music be defined as? Trippy, Atmospheric, Rock Music?
  4. Trippy - thats my kind of music! It depends on how you define trippy. Theres lots, guess you would call it psychadelia, or acid rock, the newer Radiohead stuff I guess would be called atmospheric.
    It doesnt get any trippier then the Doors! The people you listed, especially Radiohead, were heavily influenced by the Doors. Btw, I dont mean the greatest hits, they are a long way from the best stuff the Doors have got. Check out 'The End', 'The Crystal Ship', 'End Of The Night' etc. The trippiest albums are 'The Doors', 'Strange Days' and 'Waiting For The Sun', after those albums the Doors tended to have more of a hard rock sound.
    Pink Floyd - very trippy. If you want atmospheric check out the albums 'The Devision Bell' and 'Dark Side Of The Moon', if you want dark and disturbing check out 'The Wall' or 'Animals'. If you want extremely weird psychadelia check out 'Piper At The Gates Of Dawn'.
    Then there is The Velvet Undergound, Cream (though lots of it is in the Hendrix style), theres lots more!
  5. Christopher


    Apr 28, 2000
    New York, NY
    Try Sigur Ros, Portishead and Stereolab.
  6. Dave Castelo

    Dave Castelo

    Apr 19, 2000
    Portishead is very trippy :)

    Massive Attack

    (Trip Hop?)
  7. basegetar

    basegetar Guest

    Sep 11, 2001
    Dead in a gutter
    Thanks guys, and feel free to point out specific songs. I'm just getting MP3s to make a mix CD. Which reminds me, I've heard of programs that adjusts MP3s to make sure they all have the same volume all the way through the CD, know of any? Thanks.
  8. melvin

    melvin Guest

    Apr 28, 2001
    Do as Christopher and Dave Castelo say