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the mars volta? if they count
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Listen to John Frusciante's first solo album. recorded on a 4 track with beautiful melody, raw vocals, synths, backwards effects and all that. It is mixed with Instrumentals, covers, and regular songs. It is out there, if you approach it with an open mind, it is gorgeous. It is a double album.

Niandra LaDes and Usually Just a T-Shirt. I'm not sure if that is what you are lookin' for, but its beautiful. Its mellowed out experimental rock.
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Try Ataxia? One of John Frusciante's bands. I think all the guitar parts were improvised. Really experimental, raw, spaced out sound.
#8
TV On the Radio, Arcade Fire, and My Morning Jacket. These are more indie than modern rock, though.


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Try some of the Raveonettes, their latest album "Lust, Lust, Lust" mainly. Lots of psychedelic, noisy guitar work, with softer vocal harmonies. Again, more indie, though.
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Butthole Surfers.
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oh, and Jane's Addiction too
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#15
the sound of animals fighting.

and im probably the only one but i find circa survive's first album juturna to be kind of psychedelic, but thats only when im high
#16
alright how about a cross of Animal collective, Pink Floyd, Iron butterflt and soundgarden
Any thing like that?
i know those are pretty different and i know some of your sugestions will be indie and thats alright
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Mammatus.
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#20
Queens of the Stone Age always seemed like a modern Cream to me, I don't know why. Try Rated R, Lullabies to Paralyze, or Era Vulgrais if you want psychedelic rock. Songs For the Deaf is more straight forward rock. SFTD is my favorite album, but its probably not what you are looking for.
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