Hallucinogen ‎– LSD (Live Mix)

Dragonfly Records ‎– BFLT 29
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Orange Label

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A LSD (Live Mix)
Producer, Remix – Hallucinogen
B1 LSD (L.S. Doof Remix)
Remix – DoofWritten-By – N. Barber*
B2 LSD (Original Version)
Producer [Additional] – Ben KemptonProducer, Mixed By – Hallucinogen

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B1: Mixed at Doof Studios, London.
B2: Produced & mixed at Hallucinogen Sound Labs, London.

℗ Dragonfly Records 1995
© Dragonfly Records 1995

Comes in three versions - green, orange or purple label on the A side.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFLT 29 Hallucinogen LSD (Live Mix)(12", Pur) Dragonfly Records BFLT 29 UK 1995 Sell This Version
TWXDL01 Hallucinogen LSD Remixes(4xFile, MP3, 320) Twisted Records TWXDL01 UK 2008
SUB 4804.1 Hallucinogen LSD(CD, Single, Ora) Substance SUB 4804.1 France 1996 Sell This Version
BFLT 29 Hallucinogen LSD (Live Mix)(12", Gre) Dragonfly Records BFLT 29 UK 1995 Sell This Version
TWST 13RX Hallucinogen LSD(12", Ltd) Twisted Records TWST 13RX Europe 2001 Sell This Version


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June 18, 2017
If you like this then you like Goa/Psy Trance. Tired of people whining about how Goa/Psy all sounds the same. Just open your mind up a little bit and let this track take you on a journey. And if you don't like it something probably is wrong with you.


October 12, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

Hallucinogen's LSD is probably the single more recognizable and defining goa/psy-trance track ever released. It was so good in fact the Dragonfly released on 2 different 12"s (probably not realizing how huge it would become the first time around as it was a b-side). This second LSD centered release makes up for that with two winners and a so-so track. The original is obviously such a classic that litte more be said outside of, if you don't know it you don't know psy-trance. The Live Mix was made famous by the likes of Paul Oakenfold, but don't let that put you off. The live mix is pretty much the same parts as the original, but obviously performed live, so the mix is rawer, different parts are emphasized more and many of the details and transitions from part to part are different. In my opinion this version isn't any weaker than the original, even if it isn't as polished. The Doof remix on the otherhand is more or less a throw away track. Several people have taken a shot at remixing LSD and with the sole exception of Ott's dub remix, they have all be failures.

Buy it for the Live Mix (and original if you don't have it), listen to Doof's remix when you are bored some night with nothing better to do.


May 14, 2004

Goa trance: well, I won't admit to liking it and any self respecting fan of 'electronic' music is probably going to side with me. Still, you are missing out if you don't own this. A haunting melodic track of which I never tire. I bow down to Simon Posford's genius.