Adj) Something that gives you a rush. (most commonly used when referring to music)
Adj) Something beautiful or breath taking beyond comprehension.

Etymology: Originating in the deep Melbournian underground culture and coming from the latin word "peaker", defined as one who takes ecstasy, the word was originally used as a way to describe music that caused an adrenaline rush in the listener, likened to the way ecstasy users feel when they take ecstasy. Now days, "peaker-as" is used more loosely as term to describe any thing "cool" or "beautiful"
This song is "peaker-as".

by neighbourhoodpingrattt June 14, 2008
Also, peaker-as; peakeraz

Pronounced: Pee-kur-as

Adj) Used to describe a song (usually trance) that causes the listener to transcend into a higher state of consciousness temporarily. Peakeras song's usually incorporate uplifting chord progressions.
Adj) Something that gives you a rush. (most commonly used when referring to music)
Adj) Something beautiful or breath taking beyond comprehension.

Etymology: Originating in the deep Melbournian underground culture and coming from the latin word "peaker", defined as one who takes ecstasy, the word was originally used as a way to describe music that caused an adrenaline rush in the listener, likened to the way ecstasy users feel when they take ecstasy. Now days, "peaker-as" is used more loosely as term to describe any thing "cool" or "beautiful"
This song is "peakeras".
by Wowowowowowowow June 15, 2008

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