What are some good albums to listen to on LSD?
literally whatever you feel like at that moment
the key to having a good trip is to have no preconceptions of what you "should" do when ur tripping and just go with it
trust me on this
Listened to this recently, and I got so jealous of the production, like how do they do all these subtle psychedelic tricks and crap :( Great album
and this guy's right >>60176210
Although, the first 14 minutes is kinda the same guitar riff played through a delay, the rest of it is reaaaaally nice.
If you can, play an album you had a really deep connection to as a kid. I played pic related and London Calling the first time I tripped, it was great
Anything that has meaning for you, that makes you feel feels.
Personally I really enjoy certain Manowar & Metallica songs, Celtic Woman, a few soundtracks from anime (Gurren Lagann's "Libera Me" is glorious), a lot of 70s rock...
I'm tripping again this weekend and will give Björk and Ennio Morricone a try.
Full albums, Dark Side of The Moon, seems lame and stereotypical, but it just works so well. And Takk from Sigur Ros, a very nice journey.
The videos Woodkid made are pretty awesome too.
My friends and I were tripping in a dorm room and we decided to let Youtube autoplay take us on a musical journey. We started out with Velocity:Design:Comfort which is really killer on acid, and then it autoplayed to
We all got crazy chills.
but literally any anco puts the biggest smile on my face while tripping
>Dark Side of The Moon sounds great on acid
so does almost everything else, what's your point
there are better acid albums, there are better pink floyd albums
meddle tops dark side on acid any day of the week, echoes in a downright spiritual experience
>echoes in a downright spiritual experience
I don't disagree, but the entirety of Dark Side Of The Moon sounds amazing on acid. Besides, it doesn't sound bad on acid. Quit trying to piss on people's parade man.
>cant go wrong with free trip-hop