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#1
The title's pretty self-explanatory...is it the chord progression? Is it the special effects or pedals? Is it the strange lyrics? Is it the instruments used in it?
#4
Quote by StewieSwan
Reverb, flanger, and 40 beats per minute.

But look at Pink Floyd, it's not all 40 beats per minute
#5
It's the LSD.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#7
Quote by StewieSwan
Reverb, flanger, and 40 beats per minute.

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Funnily enough, that's the same formula that makes anything Dave Gilmour plays more emotional than anything else ever.

You guys are horrible, horrible humans.
#8
Combination of the notes used and the effects really, though tending more towards the effects. Stick some flanger, phaser, and delay on anything remotely downtempo and it will sound psychadelic.
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#10
I have no idea what either of you are talking about
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#16
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Indigo children are the next step in human evolution.



Sounds like new-age hippie mumbo-jumbo.


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#17
LSD, shrooms, ecstasy, etc.

Seriously though, TS, listen to some psychedelic rock. Obviously start with Pink Floyd, another great psych act from back in the day is Love. That should get you started. Once
You get used to the genre, you'll know what makes music psychedelic.
#19
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#20
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Wrong. Stewie and I are Indigo Children.


Has somebody been looking at Cracked recently?
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Pooping is well good though, to be fair.


I've got a handle on the fiction.

I'm losing my grip, 'cos I'm losing my fingers.
#21
its a state of mind, like any other style of music.

and drugs will help you reach that state of mind
#23
Quote by Deliriumbassist
Yes, but I was actually looking into Indigo Children last week after finding the Puscifer album I thought I lost.


Fair enough!

I've never actually bothered with Puscifer, any good?
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#24
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#26
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#30
Lyrics and sitars.
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#33
Acid,weed, and shrooms
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#34
It's most likely the narcotics you just consumed wreathing their way through your brain.
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#36
Listen to the 60s psychedelic music that started it all.
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#39
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Isn't George Clinton always smiling?



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#40
Quote by JimmyCraig
But isn't that dubstep:p

It's a lot of things. It's difficult for something to sound psychedelic without having a rhythm that's extremely repetitive for long periods of time. Just listen to any trance song ever. Listen to any psychedelic rock song, they usually have very consistent bass and drum rhythm that rarely changes much throughout the song.
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