A "trippy groove"?

 
  • A "trippy groove"?

    • Petay said...
    • User
    • 3 Jul 2009, 19:11
    a great example for me would be "space cadet" by kyuss



  • I would say - Kyuss - Isolation Desolation but I can't really explain why :)

    Btw on that page I found info that Garcia was a member of Karma to Burn? Wtf?

  • Garcia did vocals for the first Karma to Burn album, if I remember rightly, when they were made by the record label to include lyrics.

  • didn't know that

  • Uhh, actually he didn't. Jason Jarosz did the vocals for the Karma to Burn album.

    From the last.fm wiki: "(...) former Kyuss singer John Garcia was a big fan and even tried to sing with the band, however this didn’t bear much fruit as he did not have the time to become a full-time member and Karma to Burn itself wasn’t sure his voice fitted in their music."

    He only did some shows with them. ;)

  • thought so :)

  • try ahkmed people...australian band.pure heavy instrumental trip! ];D

    • Kor21 said...
    • User
    • 24 Mar 2010, 17:15
    Best Trippy Groove track is -
    The Way To Tim Buktu By Hoek

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    Bass up till you're shakin
    Edited by hjbardenhagen on 3 Jan 2011, 16:59
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    Bass up till you're shakin
    Edited by hjbardenhagen on 3 Jan 2011, 16:59
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