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    Senior Member Nonsensical's Avatar
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    Hyper-Gamma-Spaces- Alan Parsons Project
    YouTube - Alan Parsons Project - Hyper-Gamma-Spaces

    MammaGamma- Alan Parsons Project
    YouTube - Alan parsons- Mammagamma

    Return to Tungaska- APP- (turn speakers way up for this one)
    YouTube - Alan Parsons - Return to Tunguska
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Sadly the only album I have is "Eye in the Sky".

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    Sadly the only album I have is "Eye in the Sky".
    That's a good one.

    I'd also reccoment the albums "I Robot", "Pyramid", "Tales of Mystery and Imagination", and Alan Parsons newest "A Valid Path" which tends to be a little more electric as it was released in 1994.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Other people have told me "I, Robot" is their finest work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    Other people have told me "I, Robot" is their finest work.
    And they weren't telling no lie.

    I Robot happens to be one of my most favorite songs by these guys, it's mind altering, as is a lot of there other to a certain extent.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    The APP instrumental "Sirius" is pretty kick ass. I've used that as an intro to many a mix tape/mix CD over the years. It's trippy!

    Check out how the Chicago Bulls modified it for their use with graphics:

    YouTube - Alan Parsons Project - Sirius - Chicago Bulls Animation



    Back to your original point Bro, politely reminded by Biaxident.

    I guess (1) some folks need a drug/buzz/chemical to get into a really deep, trippy mood, (2) others don't, and (3) there are those who don't but still sometimes imbibe something to get into something a little different.


    I'm so damn jacked up on adrenaline naturally, I don't need drugs. I experimented with stuff in college and didn't have all that bad of a time with it, but it wasn't good for my GPA, and ultimately it was just a field trip and not a lifestyle for me. Reality is so bizarre, it's a drug in and of itself!

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    Haven't done drugs, but I would probably listen to avant-garde metal, stoner doom or perhaps some psychedelic black metal.

    Actually, I might as well go for something more mellow or sad, so doom metal or atmospheric dark folk or something similar would suffice.

    Bandwise, when I ever get around to it, my first choice would definitely be maudlin of the Well.
    In case anyone is curious:
    maudlin of the Well - Bizarre Flowers/A Violent Mist
    The quality is pretty bad in this video. :P

    Second choice would be Agalloch.
    Agalloch - In the Shadow of Our Pale Companion

    These are among my favorite bands too, so I figure it just comes down to personal preferences, like everything else.

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    Ever since I started hanging out with Hendo, weed and wonky-ass electronic music (IDM, Dubstep, Breakcore, etc.) have been a solid pair. It makes you feel like the future...

    IS NOW!

    As far as the actual artists, you'd have to ask him. The only names I can remember are Aphex Twin and Venetian Snares.

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    IDM (i'm a fan of the more melodic variety, like Plaid) can be pretty cool :

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcSRn9XzUPw&feature=related"]Plaid - Snakeing[/YOUTUBE]


    But any thing's game really. Post metal, trance, classical, space rock....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von Mittendorf View Post
    Ever since I started hanging out with Hendo, weed and wonky-ass electronic music (IDM, Dubstep, Breakcore, etc.) have been a solid pair. It makes you feel like the future...

    IS NOW!

    As far as the actual artists, you'd have to ask him. The only names I can remember are Aphex Twin and Venetian Snares.
    I checked it out, that's some good stuff, man. Thanks
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