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When I'm High...

Some favorite songs to absolutely space out to.
Like Spinning Plates

The swirly pulse of the synth builds a perfect sonic scape for your ears. Then you hear some light
of a ride followed by an almost choir-like volta, and to top it off Thom is singing backwards for a sec
Ultimate space cadet song.
Playground Love

Such a relaxing experience through and through. The daydreaming schoolboy accompanied by Air; not
mention some incredible saxophone.
3The Beatles
Strawberry Fields Forever

Probably among the trippiest out of the Beatles\' canon. The orchestral arrangements, the sublime
and Ringo's surprisingly fill-heavy drumming catch the ears in a trance.
The Apple and the Tooth

Jumpy, jangly, and filled with flute samples over an almost dub-stepish undercurrent. Perfect for any or
every mix.

Some of the most beautiful piano worked meshed with Moby\'s insatiable display of modesty in his
which pays off hugely. The ultimate high song come to think of it; probably has more plays in my car
any other song.
6Pink Floyd
Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)

Just epic. Not only will you zone out, you'll probably drift into a sweet dream while Gilmour's simple,
moving guitar blends into the synthed out atmosphere; and fades into sweet sweet sax solos.
7The Good The Bad and The Queen

Damon Albarn's spaciest song probably ever. This epic floats in and out of your eardrums seamlessly,
ultimately leaves you drooling
8The Kinks
This Time Tomorrow

The guitar chords that kick off this chill, yet upbeat track stiffen your ears up for a good joy ride.
Here\'s to
feel good music.
Good Song

Pretty much a love song drenched in rhythm; it succeeds brilliantly in presenting itself subtly, all the
making you forget about any pain you might be feeling. And thats a great thing.
10The Beach Boys
You Still Believe In Me

The vocals alone you can space out to, combine that with the perfect timing of every single note in the
song and you basically have paradise in under three minutes.
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