The Fantastic Planet

The Fantastic Planet

Fantastic Planet is a surreal trip. It's straight out of the 70s with all the psychedelic influences, and the animation is similar in style to Monty Python. It's worth seeing atleast once just to experience it.

  • Please don't let me be misunderstood, Eric Burton and the Animals--wow--there's, too much to say, I think you just have to hear them. Their performance of classic blues hits are naughty, gritty, sexy, funny, fuzzed out gems. Spill... Please don't let me be misunderstood, Eric Burton and the Animals--wow--there's, too much to say, I think you just have to hear them. Their performance of classic blues hits are naughty, gritty, sexy, funny, fuzzed out gems. Spill the wine!

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  • I'd like to thank Dengue Fever for putting names and faces to Cambodian rock and roll history. My first exposure to Cambodian rock was in a restaurant when I was too young to ask what was playing. It was many years later that I fo... I'd like to thank Dengue Fever for putting names and faces to Cambodian rock and roll history. My first exposure to Cambodian rock was in a restaurant when I was too young to ask what was playing. It was many years later that I found friends in New York who love Cambodian rock but wasn't sure who made it and where to find more. For those of you who haven't yet tasted Cambodian rock Electric Cambodia is a perfect introduction to the music. Chosen by the members of Dengue Fever from their collection of rare Cambodian cassettes. "Shave Your Beard" by Ros Sereysothea has been recorded by Dengue Fever and is a staple in their live set. This music was recorded in the 1960s and early '70s soon after Cambodia became an independent nation. It was a period of rapid modernization that not only influenced music, but also architecture, sculpture, painting, dance, and cinema. For many, it was Cambodia's own artistic renaissance, a time pointing to a hopeful future. This golden era came to a sudden end when the Khmer Rouge took control of the country in 1975 and brutally attempted to destroy any trace of modern society. Sadly, while many of the recordings of modern Cambodian rock and roll survived, most of the artists who created it did not. Over the last decade Dengue Fever has culled this compilation of their favorite Cambodian rock and roll from many different cassette tapes. The great music you'll find here is a testament to the spirit of a modern Cambodia that existed not so long ago, and should be remembered today.

  • MGMT! These two guys are young and soulful if I may say so with a bit of experimental and psyc rock to it, it's a perfect mix for those summer drives.

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  • Some how, some way... one of the most influential and popular experimental/psychedelic jazz groups of out time is from my home town. This is them and they're absolutely amazing.

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  • I mean, come on. This is probably the most obvious recommend album on the site. But hey, listen to it with The Wizard of OZ and it'll completely change your perspective.

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  • I'd like to hear someone actually deny this as one of the best albums of all times. It's impossible. The most genius of all Beatles albums, in my opinion and something I'll listen to till the day i die.

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  • I've been listening to this song incessantly for the past year. It never gets old! This band had me fooled. Their Cambodian vocalist and psychedelic classic rock sound had me thinking I was listening to a southeast Asian rock ban... I've been listening to this song incessantly for the past year. It never gets old! This band had me fooled. Their Cambodian vocalist and psychedelic classic rock sound had me thinking I was listening to a southeast Asian rock band from the late 60s. Turns out they're a contemporary band from L.A. Go figure! This song is truly dope- part classic psych rock plus equal parts surf rock. Amazing!

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  • It's a recent rediscovery by me. From 1968, this was the final album of the band before they broke up, and reformed in the 90s. It's probably best known for the final track, "Time of the Season." However, the rest of the album isn... It's a recent rediscovery by me. From 1968, this was the final album of the band before they broke up, and reformed in the 90s. It's probably best known for the final track, "Time of the Season." However, the rest of the album isn't just progressive and different, but also amazing and something i'll listen to constantly for a long time to come.

  • Fiery Furnace is a brother and sister band that I'm finding hard to describe. Its ecclectic, its eccentric, circus-y, garage electronica, psychedelic pop . Anyway, I love it. If you're adventurous, give it a listen. If you're hes... Fiery Furnace is a brother and sister band that I'm finding hard to describe. Its ecclectic, its eccentric, circus-y, garage electronica, psychedelic pop . Anyway, I love it. If you're adventurous, give it a listen. If you're hesitant, listen to "Waiting to Know You" first and follow it up with "Nevers". Favorite Tracks: "In My Little Thatched Hut" "I'm In No Mood" "Bitter Tea"

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  • At around the edge of the 21st century Hip-Hop package design slipped out of it's quixotic hand drawn Rap stylings and began to inhabit the look and feel of slick packing design that was usually reserved for other less fantastical... At around the edge of the 21st century Hip-Hop package design slipped out of it's quixotic hand drawn Rap stylings and began to inhabit the look and feel of slick packing design that was usually reserved for other less fantastical music forms. The cover design for Jay-Z's "Kingdom Come" is one of my favorites because it is a interactive work. What seems to be a straight up cover portrait of the artist is actually an illusion. The striking photo of Jay-Z is framed in a see through ruby colored slipcase that hides the actual hypnotic portrait of Jay_Z with and without his baseball cap, with and without his icon sunglasses. This image could have been the cover in it's own right, but it's psychedelic look may have been off target or misleading. Instead this image is meant as a alternative cover that shows the two sides of this particular performer. I think it's one of the best album cover designs.

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  • From Osaka, Japan, this experimental/psychedelic band has had an eclectic range of discography mainly because of the rotating members in and out of the group, but the singer Yamantaka Eye (closest the band has to a frontman) has d... From Osaka, Japan, this experimental/psychedelic band has had an eclectic range of discography mainly because of the rotating members in and out of the group, but the singer Yamantaka Eye (closest the band has to a frontman) has definitely kept it real over the past 2 decades of the band's existence with brilliant sounds of screams meshed beautifully with electronica. The Boredoms are also playing this year to the sequel of 77BoaDrum event, this year entitled 88BoaDrum in both Los Angeles and New York. Get ready for it with this CD.

  • While were on the subject, the utopian sixties inspired revolutionary and alternative ways to live, love, and entertain—and equally radical spaces to do it in. Stimulated by the psychedelic drug culture, rebel designers and archit... While were on the subject, the utopian sixties inspired revolutionary and alternative ways to live, love, and entertain—and equally radical spaces to do it in. Stimulated by the psychedelic drug culture, rebel designers and architects distorted space to create womblike coves and isolation chambers, forging a spatial vocabulary that still reverberates today. At the same time, the tune-in-turn-on-drop-out message lured youths into far-flung communes, often under the roofs of brightly painted geodesic domes draped and tie-dyed fabric. Idealistic and anarchic enclaves with names like Drop City and Morning Star redefined the concept of community, inventing a wildly spontaneous way of building and dwelling. For the first time, these ephemeral spaces are brought together in Spaced Out. The many never-before-published photographs and an inventive text by acclaimed author Alastair Gordon show in detail the spirit and ideas of this radical period.

  • Time to destress Yes indeed I will get one this weekend...

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  • psychedelic rock music...this cd is so good...their main influences are the Velvet Underground!