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The Effects of a Novel, Putative 5-HT2a Receptor Agonist on the Creative Process

By John Clarke

For my stag night me and a few mates sat in a dark smoke-filled room, having inges­ted a safe amount of legal and uniden­ti­fi­able chem­ical, in pos­ses­sion of a shitty key­board, an awesome syn­thes­izer, an ancient drum machine and some kind of stly­ophone, all fed through a very expens­ive bass amp. There was also an acous­tic guitar lying around.

None of us are very good at music, but this is what we somehow came up with. It was recor­ded with a phone in the middle of the room.

The Track

It’s not exactly awesome, but I thought I’d stick it up here anyway for you to laugh at, more than any­thing.

Right, I’m off on hon­ey­moon in 9 hours. I’ll write some­thing else when I get back! Off in half an hour — see you all in two weeks!.

3 Responses to The Effects of a Novel, Putative 5-HT2a Receptor Agonist on the Creative Process

  1. cli_hlt says:

    I like it! 😀

  2. bomblol says:

    Hope you enjoy your hon­ey­moon then!

  3. JSOTS Tim says:

    More than laffs… better than nothing… I can dig it.

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