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Psychedelic Glue Sniffing Hillbillies
08.01.2010
03:12 am
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Is Craig Smith’s no-budget 8mm Psychedelic Glue Sniffing Hillbillies the spawn of John Water’s bad seed, the white trash pappy to Harmony Korine’s Gummo or the most twisted home movie ever made? Is it a brilliant cinematic statement about America’s marginalized underclass or just a reel of crap celluloid found in the bottom of a grab bag at a West Virginia garage sale? Or, who gives a shit? Pound back a few Rolling Rocks and swim into the celluloid oil slick that is Psychedelic Glue Sniffing Hillbilles.

For the the fullblown glue sniffing experience buy the DVD at gluesniffcom. “It’s more fun than a two-headed tractor pull.”

Posted by Marc Campbell
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08.01.2010
03:12 am
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Rare German Documentary On Hippies And Acid Rock : Trippy, Man
07.29.2010
02:49 pm
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Documentary with performances by The Dead, Mothers Of Invention, Big Brother, The Airplane, Quicksilver Messenger Service and lots of hippies dancing and getting stoned. It was directed by Stefan Morawietz for German TV. It’s in German, but you’ll get the idea.

 
part two after the jump

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Posted by Marc Campbell
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07.29.2010
02:49 pm
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‘Who Killed Nancy?’ : New Documentary Claims Sid Vicious Did Not kill Nancy Spungen
07.29.2010
05:07 am
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Who Killed Nancy opens today In New York City. The film makes a strong case that Sid Vicious did not kill Nancy Spungen. Read about it at the Daily Mail.

Posted by Marc Campbell
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07.29.2010
05:07 am
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The Fall: Totally Wired
07.28.2010
03:01 pm
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Because putting together the Phew/Aunt Sally post made me think of them and because I need a unicorn chaser after that cheesy thing I posted just now (ironically from the same time period as this), Here’s The Fall, live in Leeds, doing one of the best odes to speed that I know of, aside from this one or (duh!) this one. I drunk a jar of coffee and then I took some of these !

 
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Posted by Brad Laner
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07.28.2010
03:01 pm
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Synth Coke Commercial
07.25.2010
12:56 pm
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“Is it snow? Or is it Synth Coke? Only a your wallet knows for sure.”
 
(via Nerdcore)

Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.25.2010
12:56 pm
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Felix The Cat In Psychedelicland
07.25.2010
05:37 am
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In keeping with the LSD theme here at Dangerous Minds, I present a lysergic episode from The Twisted Tales Of Felix The Cat. The series aired on CBS from 1995 to 1997.

In this episode, Felix gets psychedelized in Pittsburg!  There’s a shitload of rock references in this trippy little mindbender, from Chuck Berry and Elvis to Dylan, grunge and Led Zeppelin. Dig the Rick Griffin eyeballs, the reference to cheeba and the scene where Felix lands in a melting landscape and says “well, hello Dali.” This is out there stuff for network TV.
 

 
part two after the jump

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Posted by Marc Campbell
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07.25.2010
05:37 am
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9 1/2 minutes of deleted scenes from Trainspotting
07.22.2010
01:57 pm
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Here’s some fun unused footage from Danny Boyle’s 1996 film Trainspotting. Fans of Trainspotting will certainly appreciate these awesome clips.

(via Interweb3000)

Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.22.2010
01:57 pm
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In A Town Called LSD
07.22.2010
12:14 am
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Stu Mitchell was the drummer for Edmonton, Alberta instrumental rockers Wes Dakus’s Rebels. He had a brief solo career, releasing a handful of singles for Kapp Records. Acid was the B-side of a 45 released in 1967.

Mitchell, sounding a whole lot like Jim Morrison, takes us on a trip down “nowhere street in a town called LSD.” While the lyrics seem to be a cautionary tale about the hazards of acid, the end result is actually pretty psychedelic. I can imagine Scott Walker covering this.

Posted by Marc Campbell
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07.22.2010
12:14 am
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Orange Sunshine: The Strange But True Story of the ‘Hippie Mafia’
07.21.2010
10:44 pm
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An interview with Nicholas Schou, author of Orange Sunshine: The Brotherhood of Eternal Love and Its Quest to Spread Peace, Love, and Acid to the World. The inside story of the infamous gang of dope-dealing surfers who played a key role in the counterculture of the Sixties. It’s a mindblowing—and improbable—tale of drug smuggling, large scale marihuana farming and LSD distribution—basically, it’s the hidden history of how America got turned on. The story of the Brotherhood might’ve gone to the grave with the participants if not for Nicholas Schou’s intriguing history. Highly recommended.
 

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Posted by Richard Metzger
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07.21.2010
10:44 pm
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LSD + wanking = OMFG
07.17.2010
04:39 pm
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Don’t do it, Ricky!!!
 
(via Das Kraftfuttermischwerk)

Posted by Tara McGinley
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07.17.2010
04:39 pm
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