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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

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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.

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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.

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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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