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I first saw hallucinogen in dub play live at camp bisco music festival a few years ago. That was one of the best shows I've ever seen in my life. During the concert a mild hurricane came down the hill and passed right through the festival. We were washed with water and almost knocked down by gusts of wind and the campsite looked like a post apocalyptic zone after that. And the band just kept on playing until their laptops were soaked and they just couldn't do it anymore.

This CD is the best it gets as far as catching a hallucinogen show. It is the most chilling and at the same deeply psychedelic live record that came out this year, stronger than the new shpongle album by Simon. The world needs more hallucinogen, well at least me and half of my friends seem to think so.

Dani (everyonestalking.net)

Biography

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Goa trance producer Hallucinogen is also founder of the English-based label Twisted Records. More commonly known as Simon Posford, his first album, Twisted, was originally released in 1995 and helped create his strong European fanbase. His second album, The Lone Deranger, followed up with more psychedelic trance songs and was originally released in 1997...
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