Talk of Psychedelic Music and Pink Floyd is what comes to mind, the first and foremost! This was not just a rock band but a cult of its own, with staggering adulation, unprecedented craze and massive fan following. While we are still awaiting a reunion for this band that was mostly active for three decades from its inception in 1965. Apart from a brief reunion in 2012, 2013 and 2014, they are mostly history now, yet they are looked upon as the most popular, highly adored and loved rock band of all times.
Well, as you all know the erstwhile band members included Syd Barrett, Roger Waters, Richard Wright, David Gilmour, and the global heartthrob Nick Mason. While many rock-fans have turned over to ColdPlay now, it goes without saying that Pink Floyd set a kind of standard that nobody else could ever live up to in the rock genre.
There are tons of different trends when it comes to psychedelics, music and what you do while under the influence. One Redditor actually reported using an inversion table while under the influence – and said that it was the best experience he had ever had. By hanging upside down, you’re effectively reversing the effects of gravity and forcing the blood to flow to your brain. This can cause disturbing, and often realistic illusions when under the influence of psychedelics – and for that reason we definitely don’t encourage it.