The_Crack_Fox

Best music for psychic adventures.

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Hey everybody!

As a musician and keen explorer in the realms of meditation, spiritual growth and expansion,

I know how a well chosen soundtrack can shape ANY experience and bring it to a new, sometimes unexpected or beautiful level.

So I thought I'd start a thread, share my favorite tunes and ask anyone whos listening to share theirs, so we'll end up developing a comprahensive library of assorted, beautiful music.

The Mars Volta - pretty much everything by them, particularly the 'amputechture' album.

Omar Rodriguez Lopez - The Apocalypse inside of an Orange, Old Money, Cryptomnesia (hes other stuff is great too)

Pink Floyd - Everything before 'The wall' came out.

The Beatles - Everything.

Tool - Aenima, Lateralus, 10 000 Days

The Glitch Mob - Drink the Sea

De Facto -Everything.

Linda Perhacs - Parralellagrams

Cream - Everything

The Grateful Dead - Nearly Everything

Jimi Hendrix - Everything

Syd Barrett -The Madcap Laughs

Now come at me with your favorite mindmelters;D

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pink floyd, animals album.

david gilmour, self titled

david bowie, space oddity (album and song)

good trance (everyone has there own favourite flavour)

edit: also, banging on some bongos or congas is fun

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Shpongle was doing it for me for a long time, but I think I'm ready for a break (over-use became abuse LOL)

Ozric Tentacles

Indian morning Raga's

Various classical middle eastern works.

Silence, but for the sounds of nature, if it's a daytime experience.

Gong when I'm coming down, it sort of pushes me somewhere else

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I'd happily sneak up behind you with a gong Psylo, especially when you're coming down.

I'd GONG the living shit outta ya lol.

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any thing by Dirty Three

anything by Mogwai

Decoder Ring- Somersault (soundtrack)

Kaki King- Until We Felt Red

Mike Oldfield- Tubular Bells

Ry Cooder- Paris Texas (musical score)

Red Hot Chili Peppers- Blood Sugar Sex Magik

Tool- Aenima

Sacred Spirit ~Chants & Dances of the Native Americans

Jeff Waynes Musical Version of ~ The War of the Worlds

Rodriguez- Cold Fact

Neil Young & Crazy Horse- WELD

Talvin Singh's -Back to Mine

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sigur ros takes my mind to an enchanted spiritual ethereal place of relaxation!

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basically any song by autechre, but i should write a short list... there songs can be so vastly different from track to track, album to album, and they can also seem to change with multiple listens...

confield:

vi scose poise

uviol

cfern

untilted:

sublimit

augmatic disport

pro radii

oversteps:

known(1)

treale

quaristice:

the plc

paralel suns

notwo

chiastic slide:

rettic ac

cichli

hub

cipater

draft 7.30:

surripere

tri repetae:

clipper

anvil vapre/garbage:

vletrmx21

bronchusevernmx24

second peng

amber:

nine

lp5:

drane2

ep7:

dropp

maphive 6.1

gantz graf (gantz graf)

lost (anti ep)

drane(peel session)

move of 10:

nth dafuseder.b

that is just a taste

edit: added to the list

Edited by chnt
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That song Svefn g englar I think the video clip makes me cry every time I see it.

Shpongle was doing it for me for a long time, but I think I'm ready for a break (over-use became abuse LOL)

Ozric Tentacles

Indian morning Raga's

Various classical middle eastern works.

Silence, but for the sounds of nature, if it's a daytime experience.

Gong when I'm coming down, it sort of pushes me somewhere else

Me too lol.

Holy shit I forgot:

Porcupine Tree, Voyage 34. Effing awesome!

Ween, Transdermal Celebration put headphones on, swim the sky. The entire Quebec album is such an adventure rich with setting scenes for your brain to convert into movie visuals.

Jimi Hendrix 1983 (A merman I should turn to be). Headphones also be used. Shut your eyes and convince your ears that Jimi Hendrix is alive and kicking and thrashing the shit out of his strat right there in front of you.

The Doors. Pure liquid voice.

Funkadelic, Maggot Brain. You FEEL that guitar's pain.

The Mars Volta. LOVE them. Halo of Nembutals is stunning.

Pink Floyd. Hell YEAH.

Tool. One of my top favourite bands.

Led Zeppelin. I only recently actually listened to their stuff more than just stairway and kashmir.

Queens Of The Stone Age, Rated R. Better LIving Through Chemistry

Radiohead, Shpongle.

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Art vs Science - The experiment

Tame Impala - their EP and Innerspeaker

The Beach Boys - All albums with Brian Wilson

Dick Dale - King of Surf Guitar

The Smiths - All their albums

Radiohead - Ok Computer

The Doors - all of it but prefer pre 1970's albums

Requiem for a Dream soundtrack

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Apart from Dionysis, has anyone else listened to the Syd Barrett tribute album that was released with Mojo magazine a couple of years ago ? It's one of my new 'green' albums

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i favourite of mine coming on is charles curtis trio ultra white violet light side B,

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there is a syd barret tribute album? whats it called, let me at it!

does anybody else like being half crazed to the mars volta?

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Mars Volta is too much for me if there's anything but Mary invited to dinner

Let me find the details of the Syd album. If you cannot find it for DL let me know, I have the original and can burn it for you

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va mojo presents the madcap laughs again, google that and you shall find it...

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HOLY SHIT SHPONGLE ARE HAVING SEX WITH MY EARS THANKYOU!!

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You never heard them before ? Youre in for a huge treat.

If you like them, support the artist, as they are only small players in the industry. Albums direct from their label for under 20 bucks.

http://www.twisted.co.uk/

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take 2:

aphex twin: rhubarb, stone in focus, nannou, xtal, let my fish loose, .215061.

squarepusher: circlewave2, iambic 5 poetry, plaistow flex out

boards of canada: gyroscope, dayvan cowboy, music has the right to children (album), everything you do is a balloon

flying lotus: tronix

vladislav delay: entain (album)

gescom: keynell (ep), cicada

phthalocyanine: 25 tracks fer 1 track (album)

leafcutter john

ben frost

tim hecker

richard devine

tim exile: family galaxy

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i think my playlist is set for a while

keep it coming.

just for kicks you guys should check out 'omar rodriguez lopez's - Trilateral commision as dinner guests'

blows my gourd every time.

i'm gunna start another thread like this except for favourite novels,

i'd be thrilled to pick your brains.

communication is wisdom, experience is timeless.

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It's up, Movies too :)

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I'd have to second aphex twin. The best album by far would have to be the compilation album ...Classics.

Second to that, for a more ambient vibe, Selected ambient works II is pretty good too.

Drukqs is also pretty cool. I wouldn't bother with any of the rest except for a diehard fan, some of the pieces in other albums fall pretty flat and seem to have something "missing".

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what are your thoughts on autechre?

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Isochronic tones with binaural beats.

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Autechre are quite amazing, just listened to drop and foil, speachless:)

Thoughts? my brain is a liquid clitorus

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haha i'm really glad you like them, but i was specifically asking thelema who had responded to my second post.

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Shpongle

Entheogenic

Shulman

Ott

or simply the sounds of nature

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