A Monstrous Psychedelic Blog Experience through the candy-coated center of your third eye (or something).

Record Store Day was last Saturday, and between my hunting in Pittsburgh, my friend’s hunting in Toledo and my mom’s hunting in Colorado I was able to get a lot of the super-neato-keen exclusives that were available that day. The biggest (and most difficult) find was the 12” single of Oasis’ “Falling Down” which you’ll find more information about below, but I also got some other nifty swag. I’ll try to post more of this stuff later in the week, here’s the best of the best right now.

Regina Spektor
Better (Piano and Voice)
Better (Radio Recut)
I already owned this album but I had to get this vinyl, so I can frame it and have Regina’s cute face look over me in my bedroom. Wait, that sounded creepy didn’t it? Um…nevermind. The vinyl version came with these extras special bonus cuts, which were previously only available on iTunes and on singles. The piano only version of “Better” is super-awesome, and the rest aren’t half bad either. Hey Regina, call me.

Falling Down (A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Remix)
Just putting this one up on a blog doesn’t really do the complete package justice. I have it labeled as “A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Remix” but the front cover goes all out, calling it “A 20 minute cosmic dozescape psychedelicized by the Amorphous Androgynous. A monstrous psychedelic bubble exploding in your MIND.” Hyperbolic? Not at all, because this mix is fucking insane, and absolutely incredible. A must have for fans of anything that doesn’t suck. Important side-note, Amorphous Androgynous is the psychedelic pseudonym of The Future Sound Of London, one of the top five electronic acts of all time. So yeah, it’s a must have. On the vinyl version of this it was split in half, with parts 1 and 2 on one side and 3 through 5 on the other. I did you the pleasure of mixing them together, so you can have one 20 minute freakout session. Don’t take the brown acid.

9 Responses to “A Monstrous Psychedelic Blog Experience through the candy-coated center of your third eye (or something).”

  1. Phil says:

    Hi! Um, love your blog. Do you think you could e-mail me the Cosmic Remix of Doctor Who? It’s for an audio drama I’m doing. Your help will be appreciated. Thanks!

  2. The Lost Turntable says:

    Yes, I’ll magically teleport it you via my psychic powers to determine you email address.

  3. Anonymous says:

    THIS IS IN-CRE-DI-BLE!!!!!!!!!!!!
    You’re a fuckin’ genius, mate!!!


  4. Stangus Riff Treagus says:

    The Oasis track is a masterpiece. So impressed! I just switched all the lights off, got naked, chucked on the itunes visualizer and busted out for 22 minutes to this brilliance!

  5. Hanan says:

    thanks so much for the consistent flow of aural awesomeness.

  6. bk says:

    been checking in on your blog for a while now and just wanted to give a heartfelt thanks for all the great tunes…

  7. Leah says:

    Thanks for the great tunes and background info- and I always get a laugh reading your blog.

  8. Philip Thompson says:

    Hello! Sorry for the lenghty delay… physical blips in the timestream. My e-mail address is:


  9. Anonymous says:

    Hi! Could you please upload here the song Better by Regina Spektor in Radio Recut version? It would be great! Thanks a lot!

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