Some psychedelic rock albums I think are really awesome. Tune in and drop out.
The single best album of this psychedelic-grunge band (featuring Mark Lanegan on vox). Fantastic for a rainy day.
This speaker busting debut is essential listening for any fan of psychedelic rock. Jim Morrison called them "the most powerful band [he's] ever seen".
|10||The Wild Orchid Children|
The Wild Orchid Children Are Alexander Supertramp
This band out of Seattle (featuring Gatsby's American Dream and Kay Kay's Weathered Underground members Kirk Huffman and Kyle O'Quin), blew away the rest of the Seattle scene last year with their debut. Their super-energetic hybrid of psychedelic rock and hardcore punk could become a new trend in rock.
|9|| ||Acid Mothers Temple|
Mixing droning eastern folk music with droning psychedelic rock, Acid Mothers Temple were the first significant psychedelic rock band of the 21st century.
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
Pink Floyd's best and most psychedelic. The first album to take psychedelic music to space.
Bufo Alvarius, Amen 29:15
Bardo Pond's just all about drugs, and their music (a sort of stoner-shoegaze sound, to give an approximation) definitely shows it. Awesome album.
Not much to say, other than that it's Hendrix's most ambitious, most stunning, and overall greatest album.
|5||The Velvet Underground|
The Velvet Underground & Nico
Maybe not the most psychedelic album on this list, but it's still a trip. Doesn't hurt that it's one of the greatest rock albums ever.
|4||My Bloody Valentine|
Never heard of 'em.
|3||The Red Krayola|
The Parable of Arable Land
This album is five songs separated by "free-form freakouts". The songs slowly rise from the cacophony, materializing only for a few minutes before dissolving into a wash of sounds again. Highly reccomended
One of the greatest guitarists ever explores the infinite possibilities of psychedelia. The solo with which Keiji Haino closes the album is the most beautiful guitar solo I've ever heard.
|1||Hash Jar Tempo|
This collaboration between Bardo Pond and experimental guitarist Roy Montgomery is basically everything psych rock rolled into one album. And then some. If Pink Floyd's music is lunar, Hash Jar Tempo's music is intergalactic.