Tags avant-jazz, post-rock/experimental, soundtrack, krautrock, wild staring psychedelic eyes
Genres experimental, krautrock, psychedelic, jazz, progressive rock (beta)
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August 26, 2012
An 11-track journey on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride featuring Sun Ra, Sunburned Hand of the Man, Popol Vuh and more. [TRT: 1:32:58]
Jammy, Noisy, Pulsing . . . I like.
Most excellent! I just happened to notice there was no mix on 8tracks titled "Mr. Toad's Wild Ride" and felt that needed to be rectified, post-haste.
Thank you, post-terran lagomorph!
Ha! I'll admit I had to look up lagomorph but it sure put a smile on my face. Btw, your video game looks pretty cool! Zelda: Link to the Past and Ultima VI are two of my favorite games ever.
Drop me a line and I'll send you a free copy! As a way to say thanks to my fave internet DJ who helps me get shit done =)
Very happy to hear you like it. Thanks!
great music to paint dark moody Art to ..
Thanks for letting me provide you a painting soundtrack!
shit, man, you brought me through 'apocalypse now' and back - heavy & heady & damn good.
it was Sir Richard Bishop that triggered hearts of darkness - damn - end of world stuff.
I love the title of that album - "While My Guitar Violently Bleeds." (!!!)
FYI Spoonhead, I just accidentally clicked the Unfollow button on ya', but I didn't mean it! And I'm back again. =)
Fireside Dreams by SpaceBunnySounds
12 tracks of vintage holiday delights featuring Joni James, Anita Ellis and Vera Lynn.
christmas, holidays, vintage, eggnog, pinecones
rendering obsolete by SpaceBunnySounds
"Imagine awakening in a prison guarded by mice.
ai, nearing the singularity, genesis 2.0, posthuman
in a land of pigs, the butcher is king by SpaceBunnySounds
"Power concedes nothing without a demand.
police brutality, resisting racist power structures, refusing the right to remain silent, no justice, no peace
The Language of The Unheard by SpaceBunnySounds
“And I must say tonight that a riot is the language of the unheard.
no justice, no peace, protests, riots, civil rights