28 definitions by doktorfunk

Rock music with overtones of psychedelia. Generally blues based, like most rock, but often the most psychedelic aspects of this kind of music come from the juxtaposition of traditional rock sounds with outlandish ones (ie: When the Beatles used a sitar rather than a guitar).

The Psychedelic aspect can also come in the lyrics, though it is rare to see psychedelic lyrics without music that fits the part.

Popular techniques in this genre are to use exotic musical styles and warbly effects in order to simulate (or perhaps even STIMULATE) the effects of psychedelic drugs.

The definition of psychedelic rock is not set in stone, and therefore almost anything, even if it doesn't fit these criteria, can be included as long as it has that 'trippy' feel.
Mark: Would you like to hear some Psychedelic Rock?

Mandy: Psycedelic Rock sounds blue.. no, purple. Woah.
#acid #music #drugs #lsd #dank
by Doktorfunk April 18, 2006
A homemade device for smoking pot (AKA marijuana) that consists of a plastic bottle with the wide end cut off and a plastic bag attached in its place. Smoke is drawn in through the top using a bowl or foil paper while the user pulls the bag down allowing the device to fill with smoke. The user then removes the bowl from the top and proceeds to inhale the smoke contained.

Generally, this type of smoking apparatus is used by smokers who, for one reason or another (generally, youth or noobishness) does not posess skills in rolling joints or another smoking method (ie: pipe, bong)

This is also known as a lung
14 year old: "Hey, you guys ever smoke POT?"
Other 14 year olds: "No..."
14 Year old: "Ok, let's smoke some out of my chute, watch out for the tin foil, it hurts your lungs after a while"
Other 14 year olds: "Oh boy!"
#drugs #pot #marijauana #smoking #kids
by doktorfunk September 30, 2005
Procol Harum was a British Rock/Psychedelic/Progressive band that was formed in the early 1960s. They drew attention with their #1 hit single "A Whiter Shade of Pale", though over time their success declined and they obtained a large cult following.

After the success of their initial studio work, they decided to tour, with their first show being the opening act for Jimi Hendrix in 1967.

The Original (Classical) lineup consisted of Gary Brooker (piano and lead vocals), Robin Trower (guitar), Matthew Fisher (organ), David Knights (bass), B.J. Wilson (drums), and Keith Reid (lyricist), though there were many, many lineup changes before they broke up in 1977.

Point of interest: Procol Harum's "A Whiter Shade of Pale" tied with Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" for Best British Pop Single 1952-1977.
Bill: Man, do you want to listen to some good music?

Dave: Yeah man.

Bill: I'll break out the Procol Harum

Dave: Sweet
by doktorfunk July 15, 2005
Proper way to pronounce forty.
Used to reference a 40 ounce bottle of malt liquor, though any bottle of this size is technically a foaty, regardless of its content.
Yo nigga, pass me that weed and a couple of foaties.
by doktorfunk January 07, 2005
Rape in a bottle
35% liquor, but tastes like juice. Chicks drink a ton and get drunk without realizing it, allowing youg men to take them home.
The girl at the office party got so drunk off of bacardi Razz and then her boss took her in the back room and helped her "file some papers".
#drinks #drugs #beverages #bacardi #raspberry
by doktorfunk December 01, 2005
Of or pertaining to drugs. NOT a person who uses said drugs. That would be a druggie.
Robert often likes to talk about druggy subjects. For this reason, we call him a druggie.
#drugs #english language #adjective #definition #homophone
by Doktorfunk July 30, 2006
Robin Trower is a British blues guitarist who played with Procol Harum in the 1960s and went on to solo work in the 70s, paired up with Jack Bruce of Cream in the 80s, and continues to write music to this day.

His style is noted as being very similar to that of Jimi Hendrix, and like Hendrix he was self-taught.

Despite being relatively unknown in modern times, his debut solo album, Bridge of Sighs (1974), is regarded as being one of the best Rock and Roll albums ever by many critics.
Bill: "Robin Trower is an excellent guitarist"

Jeff: "I quite agree."
#music #guitar #blues #rock and roll #performers
by doktorfunk October 26, 2005
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