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Performer: Various
Title: Sounds From Psychedelphia
Country: US
Released: 1999
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.3 ✦
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1 Three 4 Tens* I Feel Fine
Mixed By – Carmine DegennaroRecorded By – Carmine Degennaro
2 Aspera Ad Astra Give 'Em Back
Mixed By – Carmine DegennaroRecorded By – Carmine Degennaro
3 Transient Waves Wavelength
Mixed By – Carmine DegennaroRecorded By – Carmine Degennaro
4 Photon Band Here Comes Some Changes
Mixed By – A. Di Furia*, J. Cox*Recorded By – A. Di Furia*, J. Cox*
5 Azusa Plane* Drinking Scotch With Delmore 4:59
6 Slumber Bell Boy!
Mixed By – C. Degennaro*Recorded By – R. Whelan
7 Bent Leg Fatima AD
Mixed By – C. Degennaro*, J. Knight*Recorded By – C. Degennaro*, J. Knight*
8 Intro To India The World Is Waiting
Mixed By – Carmine DegennaroRecorded By – Carmine Degennaro
9 Lenola Sids
Mixed By – Carmine DegennaroRecorded By – Carmine Degennaro
10 Asteroid #4* Tricks Of The Trade 4:16


"All tracks put to tape throughout the year of 1998 at Deep Space Recording Company, 200 Krams St. LR, Philadelphia, PA 19127"
Manufactured under license from lounge records

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Lounge014 Various Sounds From Psychedelphia ‎(CD, Comp) Lounge Records (US) Lounge014 US 1998

Sounds from Psychedelphia’ is a ten track, 55 minute sonic excursion into the distorted, frenetic Philadelphia underground music scene. Recorded entirely at Philadelphia's Deep Space Recording Company, the compilation took over a year to complete. From 60's inspired pop delivered by The Three 4 Tens and Photon Band - to the acid tinged freak-out of Aspera Ad Astra and The Asteroid - to the avant garde edge of Azusa Plane & Bent Leg Fatima ‘Sounds from Psychedelphia’ is a mind-expanding musicality ready to be experienced  . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

Sounds From Psychedelphia - I Feel Fine, Give 'Em Back, Wavelength and 10 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Sounds From Psychedelphia. From: Aspera Ad Astra. Count: 10. Views: 13. Sounds From Psychedelphia tracks. Here Comes Some Changes.

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1963 album Fantasias for Guitar and Banjo explores various styles and "could also be accurately described as one of the very first psychedelic records". The Beatles filming a segment for their psychedelic song "I Am the Walrus" (1967). Psychedelic rock reached its peak in the last years of the decade. From 1967 to 1968, it was the prevailing sound of rock music, either in the whimsical British variant, or the harder American West Coast acid rock. By the end of the 1960s, the trend of exploring psychedelia in music was largely in retreat.

Various Sounds From Psychedelphia. Published Nov 01, 1999. Culled from Lounge Records’ psych-minded roster, Sounds From Psychedelphia flaunts the wide diversity of Philly’s current psych scene. Each track was recently recorded at Deep Space Studios and a certain degree of continuity can be noted amongst the psych rock-oriented bands (including Three 4 Tens, Photon Band, and Lenola). Read Our Latest Coverage.

The album passed without much concern after its release in the first week of the 1970s, but the decades since have seen trends catch up to it. Through 2018 ears, the broken, vulnerable character and under-polished instrumentation of tracks like No Good Trying and Octopus seems shockingly contemporary, as if a manual for R. Stevie Moore or Ariel Pink. Blue Cathedral sounds like a hallucination, from the wild riffs of The Bee and the Cracking Egg to the Sabbath-style heaviness of The Antler of the Midnight Sun. – Jeff Terich. 46. Silver Apples – Silver Apples. The crucial question, What constitutes psychedelia?, is one that recurs through this list. Taken as a mode of dissociative dream-state music and not just chromatic shifts aplenty, it’s hard not to include Radiohead’s magnum opus in the running.