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Overlooked Psych Match #7 Rd #1

Back to the roots! '67 and '68 probably saw the largest explosion of psychedelic sounds in rock history. Some like Jimi Hendrix and The Doors have become icons of the era, whereas many inexplicably faded into obscurity. Was it at all fair? Let's find out together.
1Country Joe and the Fish
Electric Music for the Mind and Body


I could happily listen to Section 43 on repeat for a year -menawati
2H.P. Lovecraft
H.P. Lovecraft II


Very trippy, folk-tinged psychedelic rock, that presents an awesome set of songs
and a lot of very intriguing moments and interesting ideas -Onirium
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