The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators (album) by 13th Floor Elevators
The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators is an album by 13th Floor Elevators. It is ranked number 1,082 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 975 from 52 greatest album charts.
In total, there are 4 music albums by 13th Floor Elevators which appear in the greatest album charts and The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators is ranked as the best.
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The Psychedelic Sounds Of The 13th Floor Elevators track list
|1.||You're Gonna Miss Me||81/100 (11 votes)|
|2.||Roller Coaster||80/100 (6 votes)|
|3.||Splash 1 (Now I'm Home)||79/100 (7 votes)|
|4.||Reverberation (Doubt)||81/100 (8 votes)|
|5.||Don't Fall Down||79/100 (8 votes)|
|6.||Fire Engine||78/100 (7 votes)|
|7.||Thru The Rhythm||80/100 (8 votes)|
|8.||You Don't Know (How Young You Are)||81/100 (7 votes)|
|9.||Kingdom Of Heaven||79/100 (8 votes)|
|10.||Monkey Island||76/100 (6 votes)|
|11.||Tried To Hide||78/100 (7 votes)|
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Raw, edgy garage with a queasy, malevolent psychedelic gleam. A glorious atmosphere and great, robust songs throughout. I personally love the electric jug, but I see it's not to everyone's taste! A crucial record for more reasons than just being the first to have the word "Psychedelic" in the title. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys 60s "garage" and the more provocative underground limb of early psychedelic rock.
The jug sounds annoyed me at first, but I have grown to love them. I have even added them to the playlist on our school radio. The kids love Fire Engine.
This is probably the archetypel psychedelic album. Combining Roky Erikson's cerebral lyrics and Stacy Sutherland's trademark 'electric jug' fuzztone/reverb guitar (which was the cornerstone of their arrangements), the Elevators create a unique ethereal folk-rock and rhythmic-boogie 'garage' sound with hints of Tex-Mex. This album is a kind of deranged 'acid' trip version of the Rolling Stones.
You're Gonna Miss Me is probably one of the top 5 garage rock anthems of all time, but I've never been able to listen to the whole album. Maybe I should give it a whole spin.
If it weren't for Hall's annoying "electric jug" which is present in just about every song, the Elevators might have had a bigger following. See if you can get past 3 songs without going mad.
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