Me three. *Looks up physical album prices and has a coronary.*
|# ¿ Apr 12, 2020 15:56|
|# ¿ Oct 26, 2020 22:00|
Yep it's screwed. Hope they do a repress (even in black) of High Visceral pts 1/2 so I can get an affordable version.
One can hope, though I bought the Porn Crumpets new album on CD simply because it's more readily available.
Here's some other stuff I've been listening to lately that may loosely fit the definition of psychedelic rock:
Graveyard, particularly this album, Peace.
And the classic Leafhound
I'm having a suprisingly hard time finding modern bands in the psychedelic hard rock mode. I have tried Kadavar which came from the recommendation thread here, and it was okay, but not quite enough to make me go buy a copy. Maybe I am just too picky when it comes to music?
|# ¿ Apr 18, 2020 14:29|
you may find more stuff along the lines of the above in the Stoner/Doom/Sludge thread, which has a lot of overlap with this thread.
Believe me I keep a close eye on the S/D/S thread and the Metal thread for the lighter stuff. I forget which one The Sword was brought up in, but they're pretty solidly heavy metal/stoner anyways.
And then there's this band I stumbled into: https://desertsuns.bandcamp.com/album/desert-suns that can be argued endlessly as to which thread they should be in, probably more doom.
Thanks for the recommendations all, Orchid is exactly what I am looking for and I forgot I was told about Uncle Acid.
|# ¿ Apr 19, 2020 15:23|
Aw, what about us freaks who listen to this stuff while sober? Granted, I tend to listen more to the heavier stuff than the more chill regular psychedelic stuff. Though having said that...
The resurgence of psychedelic rock makes me wish I still took hallucinogens. I would love to listen to something like Morgan Delt on two hits of acid.
... I liked this, reminds me quite a bit of this song but perhaps a little better.
This came on during a recent shroom trip and completely dismantled my brain.
Here's a question for you all, do you guys think that we have found all there is to find for 1970s psychedelic albums or is there more hiding in some record bin someplace? I keep poking around Youtube and the like and notice that it's the same semi-obscure or unexpected bands that show up in peoples top lists and recommendations. I hesitate to bring them up in the thread because I assume most people have found bands like Leaf Hound, Orang-utan, Farm, Road, Dogfeet, Christopher, Seeds, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Acid Nightmares, Steppenwolf, pre-disco Bee Gees etc by accident on the internet, or am I making a huge assumption here?
|# ¿ Jun 2, 2020 21:02|
I think there's still stuff to discover. I think we'll find it in music from other countries. Most recent example would be all the great Zamrock stuff from the seventies. Who knows what hasn't made it out of other countries. Argentina had a really cool psychedelic community in the seventies. Maybe North Korea had a happening psychedelic scene we don't know about!
You know I'm glad you brought up other countries because that reminded me there are a couple Record Store Day drops for that this year! Here is the Dutch one and here is a Brazilian one. I haven't started googling the tracks off of them yet to see what they're about, but hey it's a starting point.
Since I've got one vote to I guess I'll get to it and start posting my gleanings from people's recommended lists, YouTube algorithm upchucks, and random stuff I've found. Apologies in advance if some not quite psych music accidentally get posted, I'm generally pretty bad with songs that are at the intersection of multiple genres.
First there's the Acid Nightmares compilation album. I like the whole album, but some particular songs are Red Brained Woman, Grave Digger, and Doomsday.
And now some things I mostly know by name as they keep popping up again and again:
Chocolate Watchband - No Way Out
Strawberry Alarm Clock - Incense and Peppermints
The Stooges - Fun House
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Quicksilver Messenger Service - Happy Trails
And some things I listen to more frequently:
Some accidentally on purpose posted prog:
Opus Discogs Link
And let's close out the post with dumb questionable poo poo:
Billy Joel's Attila (Astute readers may notice I snuck this one by in the S/D/S thread.)
Edit: Lol forgot to at least post about Steppenwolf. The first two albums are the ones most often cited in psych lists, but I'll post the one song that made me realize there is much more to the band than just Born to be Wild and Magic Carpet Ride: Don't Step on the Grass, Sam.
Turbinosamente fucked around with this message at 22:13 on Jun 3, 2020
|# ¿ Jun 3, 2020 22:05|
Here's some stuff:
Kikagaku Moyo - Masana Temples
Dhidalah - Threshold
|# ¿ Jun 14, 2020 03:59|
Don't die psych thread.
|# ¿ Jul 13, 2020 01:48|
|# ¿ Oct 26, 2020 22:00|
I sure hope so.
|# ¿ Jul 16, 2020 00:19|