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I think I'm gonna roll a joint and make a coffee

yeah that sounds good

think I'll smoke it aswell

then drink the coffee....

in your opinion what music would you recommend I listen to while i enjoy my hot beverage and drugs

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Anxiety , paranoia , delusions of granduer

All mixed with caffeine sheesh man road to self destruction.

Im away to drink a couple cans of gasoline and inject pure ketamine into my cock.

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Guest Steven Dedalus
I LOVE what I've heard off Caribou's new album. I think i might treat myself to that when I get paid.

I don't know if it's going to be on the single or whatever, but on the promo of 'Melody Day' there is a brilliant remix by Fourtet.

Check it schmoot!

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Guest Jake Wifebeater
btw potheads are massively tedious.

You never said a truer word.

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I would recommend Caribou's latest album, "Andorra". Lovely psych pop That fills the gap between Love and the Flaming Lips.

Ohhhhhhhhhh! I want this.

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A bit of Sleep, surely?

Nah he winna be able to with all that caffeine he is drinking at night . :up:

p.s i'm aware you're referring to the immense epic stoner rock that is High On Fire/Om oh i mean Sleep.

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Elaborations of Carbon by Yob always set me well for an evening filled with wondering why the ceiling is moving, and if those eyes I can see are really there. That or A Sun That Never Sets by Neurosis. Failing that, Boards of Canada's Geogaddi is brilliant for that eerie ambient effect.

Still, all depends on taste, I guess.

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Failing that, Boards of Canada's Geogaddi is brilliant for that eerie ambient effect.

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I disagree. I think it tries far too hard to be exactly the sort of thing people seeking emotional or enlightening journeys would enjoy. I find the whole thing really cringeworthy now; it's impossible to listen without thinking yourself pretty big and clever.

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I disagree. I think it tries far too hard to be exactly the sort of thing people seeking emotional or enlightening journeys would enjoy. I find the whole thing really cringeworthy now; it's impossible to listen without thinking yourself pretty big and clever.

Would it not be true to say that that opinion can be attributed to many albums with many albums within that particular spectrum of music though?

While I take your point, I made the recommendation on the basis that I've found myself drifting off while listening to it rather easily. That said... that's usually after four or five rather large ones. :laughing:

Oh, and as another recommendation, yae cannae beat a bit of Masters Of Brutality by Church Of Misery.

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Would it not be true to say that that opinion can be attributed to many albums with many albums within that particular spectrum of music though?

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I've no idea; I'm not sure what the spectrum is.. It tries to hit the emotions, yet repeatedly conveys just the one: gushy, romantic self-importance.

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