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#2
The 'Voyage 34' album by Porcupine Tree is pretty psychedelic.
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#10
The United States of America, if you can find their album get it
But, you can only get it as an import if you live in the states, I believe.
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#12
haha! The United States of America's albumn can only be imported in the US?? Thats great. I didnt know that.
#13
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haha! The United States of America's albumn can only be imported in the US?? Thats great. I didnt know that.

It might have been re-released in the US now, I'll have to look. It was unavailable for the longest time.
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#15
try pictures of matchstick men its an awesome psycadelic song by status quo
#16
There are way too many to list. I'll just give you some of mine off of my iTunes.

Jefferson Airplane
Arthur Brown
Big Brother and the Holding Company
Blue Cheer
The Electric Prunes
**The Misundestood** GOOD SHIT
Moby Grape
Os Mutantes
Syd Barrett Era Pink Floyd
The Soft Machine
Spirit
Strawberry Alarm Clock
Tomorrow
The United States of America
White Noise
Vanilla Fudge
Kaeleidoscope
Skip Bifferty
13th Floor Elevators

Those are some of the more known ones. There are thousands of other underground psych bands that are still very good

You also might want to get the Nuggets compilation, both Nuggets I and Nuggets II. Each is a multi CD compilation of garage rock and psychedelic hits from the 60s
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#18
See, I don't get why people call DSotM psychedelic. It's prog god damn it!
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#20
Acid Mothers Temple is like a million different bands but they sound pretty good though.
#21
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#23
some of cream's lesser heard stuff, like SWLABR, NSU, and Dance the Night Away. To be obvious - The Beatles when they made MUSIC!
#24
Porcupine Tree
13th Floor Elevators
Strawberry Alarm Clock
Tomorrow
Brightblack Morning Light
Black Moth Super Rainbow
Wavves
The Soft Machine
Spirit
The United States of America

But the best for me is Big Brother and the Holding Company
#29
Mahavishnu Orchestra....for the people who only think they are jazz/fusion....they definitely have psychedelic tendencies with John writing most the songs...hes one trippy dude
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#30
^ Also, Miles Davis' album Bitches Brew is trippy as hell. I always though John McLaughlin had a strong influence on it (cause he played on it), but more so than the other musicians (except Miles, but you can tell John influenced his playing as well).
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#31
check out Tame Impala
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#32
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^ Also, Miles Davis' album Bitches Brew is trippy as hell. I always though John McLaughlin had a strong influence on it (cause he played on it), but more so than the other musicians (except Miles, but you can tell John influenced his playing as well).

yea i agree, although i like On the Corner and In a Silent Way more...but all three of those albums are great stoned
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#33
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yea i agree, although i like On the Corner and In a Silent Way more...but all three of those albums are great stoned

True, Bitches Brew could have used some serious editing. It's just too much for one sitting. And, yes Miles Fusion + Herb = Good Times .
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#35
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#36
I like the USA recommendations. Joe Byrd did some cool stuff. Check out the Field Hippies, too.
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#39
early pink floyd. before david gilmour
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