JONZILLA wrote:But as for all the psychadelics and harder stuff that shit is not cool...?????
I feel what you mean about the "harder stuff," but the psychadelics?!?! I don't think it makes me the "cool guy" or anything but I've experienced very few shows without 'ol uncle sid. And I am definitely there for the music. Possibly a few of you can feel me on this one.(?)
hobo wrote:the psychedelics of today are not the psychedelics of yesteryear, thats for sure, back in the day, the point was to get everyone high, now adays you deal with bunk hits, bad deals, diluted lsd, all of that. People go to shows to make money selling these drugs, while back in the day, the drugs were there to get people high, to have an experience. The problems with the dead though, did come from harder drugs entering the scene, and the lure of making money off of them, and when the scene got too huge to handle itself. It was bound to flame out, and it should have, but Phish ended up perpetuating it for a few years. Also, while I respect Phish for breaking up their band, for obvious reasons, I don't respect for how they handled themselves during their last few years. Instead of actually trying to play good music, they just bought into it all, and played totally uninspired crap. I'll never forget Coventry and the way after they played their last song, they immediatly ran off stage, each jumped into their separate luxury touring buses, and drove off.
JONZILLA wrote:I understand deadheads against dangerous, addictive drugs... but deadheads AGAINST PSYCADELICS?!?!?
BlobWeird wrote:JONZILLA wrote:I understand deadheads against dangerous, addictive drugs... but deadheads AGAINST PSYCADELICS?!?!?
Hmm just curious as to your opinion. Correct me if im wrong but the GD are a band that play music. And if you love them enough you may be considered a deadhead. So how does me lovin a band that plays music make me absurd for not diggin psychadelics?
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