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A Mite Ee One
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Psychedelics are the best IMHO.



I'd take psychedelics over rolls any day






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Boudin
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I think my favorite thing in the world is taking an opiate and listening to music.. Some good tranquil rock like Incubus, Tool, APC, Chili Peppers, etc

Eta: in my room or on the couch, just chillin



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TFTC
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What is that supposed to mean?


That I hate them, but If i was rolling, I could probably enjoy them... but, i could also probably enjoy the sound of a jack hammer while rolling, too..






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VOR
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Choose life, sons. Choose life.














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Peazey
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I felt like I transcended and really got the music, especially psychedelic stuff.


I had a similar opinion when I was younger as well. Now as I have grown older I think that it actually takes away from the experience, especially alcohol. Drugs impaire my cognitive function (obviously) which in turn impaires my ability to fully appreciate the music.

Most importantly to me, it makes me forget portions of live shows that I attend. Some of these bands/musicians I may not get the opportunity to see again. I want to remember the subtle nuances that some live performers bring to their acts, the atmosphere, pretty much the whole show.






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HeadyBrosevelt
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Now as I have grown older I think that it actually takes away from the experience, especially alcohol


I disagree. It enhances the experience for me from a fun standpoint. Then after the show I can get a live recording and experience the audio in the comfort of my home theater.






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CottonWasKing
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I'd take psychedelics over rolls any day


Why can't we have both?






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buddhavista
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I had a similar opinion when I was younger as well. Now as I have grown older I think that it actually takes away from the experience, especially alcohol. Drugs impaire my cognitive function (obviously) which in turn impaires my ability to fully appreciate the music.

Most importantly to me, it makes me forget portions of live shows that I attend. Some of these bands/musicians I may not get the opportunity to see again. I want to remember the subtle nuances that some live performers bring to their acts, the atmosphere, pretty much the whole show.

I agree with this. Cannabis doesn't interefer that bad and well I consume it weekly, so it will have that affect if I am at the show or not.

I don't enjoy shows drunk at all, mainly cause I miss portions to pee.






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HempHead
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I don't enjoy shows drunk at all, mainly cause I miss portions to pee.


Not to mention that the beer is usually close to the cost of a good six-pack.






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Sublime
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I had a friend of a friend stay with me during phish dicks this year and the first night he got shite faced, had to piss every other song, and the next day couldn't remember one song they played. I just don't get why people get this trashed at shows.





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Legend13
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Don't do drugs..


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Spock's Eyebrow
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I had a similar opinion when I was younger as well. Now as I have grown older I think that it actually takes away from the experience, especially alcohol. Drugs impaire my cognitive function (obviously) which in turn impaires my ability to fully appreciate the music.

Most importantly to me, it makes me forget portions of live shows that I attend. Some of these bands/musicians I may not get the opportunity to see again. I want to remember the subtle nuances that some live performers bring to their acts, the atmosphere, pretty much the whole show.


In addition, substances can make the lamest shite seem profound.






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HeadyBrosevelt
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I had a friend of a friend stay with me during phish dicks this year and the first night he got shite faced


frick Your Face show...one of the best in 10 yeara






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iluvdatiger
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I used to go to state palace in the late 90s. There was so much x. I still have a soft spot (or maybe a hole) in my heart for techno because of it.



ditto.






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Sublime
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frick Your Face show...one of the best in 10 yeara
I had no idea they were doing that until after they ended the first set with Undermind my buddy realized they spelled out frick YOU. it blew my mind. then to end the night with Meatstick. I LOVE phish dicks and this had me rolling. hopefully I uploaded it correctly:
Phish loves dicks






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samson73103
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When I was younger, one of the best songs to trip to on acid was Comfortably Numb. Also could be fun if stoned on some really good weed. Other faves were Black by Pearl Jam, Runnin' With the Devil by Van Halen, and Fade to Black by Metallica just to name a few. Pretty much anything that rocked was good but like OP said, it isn't the same now. Maybe that's why I'm drug free





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HeadyBrosevelt
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sic
When I was younger, one of the best songs to trip to on acid was Comfortably Numb


eh, the Wall never did it for me. While that song is great the rest of the album is meh.

1.Dark Side of the Moon
2.Wish You Were Here
3.Animals
4.Meddle
5.Piper at the Gates of Dawn
6.The Wall






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iluvdatiger
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Phish is on the Palladia channel right now playing Wolfman's brother if anybody cares





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HeadyBrosevelt
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Phish is on the Palladia channel right now playing Wolfman's brother if anybody cares


Wolfman's Brother has been the most consistent Phish song since 2009. Always produces great jamz






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secfan4life
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