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Headtrip playlist

Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by Caligula, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. Caligula

    Caligula Maximus

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    I'm neither a psychonaut nor someone who you would consider "into music". However, the topic has recently come up when talking to a friend, and I immediately thought this would be a good venue to seek advise. So let me ask you this... if you were going away on a trip, what would your ideal playlist be and why?
     
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    A real suggestion, for when it's time to do some tough soul-searching through stormy weather:



    The title alone is great.

    Another good one:

     
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  4. crawdad

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    hammock - chasing after shadows...living with the ghosts (head trip, deep stuff when your ears are tuned)
    three six mafia - when the smoke clears (car trip, ive noticed i arrive quicker with this or a.g. - dirty version)
    94 east - minneapolis genius (bed trip, 2 towel minimum just saying)
     
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    sphongle, mars volta, or tool is what I usually listen when I trip! Listening to sphongle on about 3 grams of mushies while riding my bike at night is about as good as it gets!
     
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    cawshook Solod out.

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    Change it up from like pink Floyd and hendrix, to reggae, to Nicholas jar, to deep forest. damn, I should know a lot more than this, but my mind is going blank. Make sure to mix it up though.
     
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    Check Dead can dance's albums the Labirinth for example is an super choice :) !
    Most albums of cybernitica are kickass.. if you like psy dnb :D
     
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    Whether you're going on a trip, or cooking up some ricin, this song should do fine.

     
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    Sonnymoon



     
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  10. Caligula

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    I'll tell Lucy to put these on the playlist for sure. I just hope she's in the mood for Cybernitica though. Psy-trance/DnB can get pretty intense.

    I also downloaded BOC: Music Has the Right to Children.

    Now I need something with a sitar...
     
  11. crawdad

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    ive found just about anyone who plays with zakir hussain is real good, although his tabla usually dominates. got this album and it went swimmingly with a near pure indica i had once upon a time, good memories of a place i wont forget.
     
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  13. SD_haze

    SD_haze MMJ Vaporist

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    That's an understatement! Went to a psytrance festival once, 76hrs straight of full-on psytrance & camping near the main stage. Not to mention a serious trip in the middle of it..

    I always listen to Rebulition during a trip. Good vibes & peace of mind help a lot with going with the flow and not fighting the head trip. Classic Rock is always a winner for me too.



    In general though, your favorite music sober translates to the best sounding music on a trip. :2c:


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    Anoushka is just wonderful. Ravi Shankar's daughter.
     
  14. cawshook

    cawshook Solod out.

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    rebelution's so high (acoustic) is one of my favorite songs. Thanks for reminding me about that album.
     
  15. Caligula

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    It's not my first rodeo, just the first one in a long while. Although I do find your advice about "the music you like". I may need to reevaluate what I'm looking to get in return here and select the soundtrack accordingly versus trying to find something "I think i might like".

    Hell, maybe I'll actually put some thought into it.
     
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