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i love psychedelic music. you listed a good amount that i like already but i'll add to it.
funkadelic: (free your mind and your ass will follow)- they're more known for later more mainstream danceable records but this one is purely acid driven and beautiful.
meat puppets: no matter what record you have of theirs you will find some psychedelia mixed in it somewhere, especially their second record, pure psychedelic-country punk bliss.
stereolab- really cool and psychedelic sounding in the early to mid 90's.
silver apples- overlooked 60's band, worth a listen.
the red krayola- their first record is wild
the pretty things: their 60's output is great, especially sf sorrow
butthole surfers: their output in the 80's is incredible, so funny and great.
the damned: listen to machine gun etiquette, the black album and strawberries and it's a trifecta of psychedelic punk almost unmatched.
wire: chairs missing and 154 are almost perfect, somewhat syd barrett inspired.
the wipers: more of a punk band, but their 2nd album youth of america is incredible
spacemen 3: took 13th floor elevators and velvet underground and mixed them well
love: forever changes is the best album of the 60's. no contest. their others are great too.
mazzy star: get lumped into lame categories but are more psychedelic than credited for.
there's also many great shoegaze bands (especially from 1989-1994) that i love, some have come back recently after being left for dead for years, the tide turned finally.0
A long time ago in college I had a passing phase of liking The Doors possibly alcohol related - I thought the music was good but when I was sober and thought about lyrics, appeal drifted a little.0
Shpongle, Dog Fashion Disco, Ron Rothfield (Raja Ram)0
Shpongle, Younger Brother, Sleepy Sun, Odessa0
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