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Lucid Sky Dreams
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PostPosted: Sat 10 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

those are some good song picks I have to say. Stairway to heaven is it's own entity. Check out misty moutain hop by zeppelin, I like that one a lot. Pink floyd and the beatles are my lucid music though. sometimes hendrix too. put on headphones and let it play when you fall asleep, you might notice things in your dreams that have a lot to do with the songs on the cd you put on. I have before. I dreamed the wind cries mary by hendrix while I had that one song on repeat all night. try it, it's fun to look for things, good RC to look for also.

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madhatter
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PostPosted: Tue 13 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

Kid A and Amnesiac are both excellent lucid dreaming soundtracks to fall asleep to.

Who was it that was saying about fight club and the pixies? Radiohead were massively influenced by the Pixies, according to Thom, and I have to say, Fight Club is my favourite film of all time. "Where is my mind" fits in so well at the end.


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Nathan Roy
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PostPosted: Sun 18 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

Fight Club was an Awesome movie, if a bit wierd.

All of you have a lot of very good suggestions for music. I've just downloaded stuff from most all of you.

I would definately have to suggest Enya and Moby, especially Moby's CD 18. Really good stuff.


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MeusOpusMagnus
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PostPosted: Sun 18 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

the waking life soundtrack is excellent for dream recall. and it makes me think of lucid dreams every time i listen to it (it's really mesmerizing).

i didn't have any lucid dreams in the past few months so i don't know if it works as well with ld's. (i'm getting closer though, i've been working at it again).


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Fyorrg
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PostPosted: Mon 26 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

If something is very atmospheric to my ears, it is good for sleeping. Even EXTREMELY HEAVY CRUSHING MUSIC like Cephalic Carnage has shown up in my dreams. Mostly because their weird death-grind-jazz-core is strung together seamlessly and utilizes many experimental elements. Their latest album is entitled "Lucid Interval" but I don't find it as atmospheric as their prior release "Exploiting Dysfunction".

Other music perfect for me to sleep to:

Anything by Fantomas
Any Pink Floyd (especially the first two albums)
Lost Highway Soundtrack
Any Nine Inch Nails
Older Rush Albums
Tool
Porcupine Tree
Radiohead

Suggestions:

"Larger than Time, Heavier than Night" by Enslaved
Opeth's "Damnation" album (this is a metal band, but this album is entirely mellow.)



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ulrik_tr
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PostPosted: Tue 27 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

Radiohead is great for sleeping too, especially Kid A and Amnesiac.
If you like ambient, I would really recommend the album "Venice" from the one-man project Fennesz. I have found it very relaxing, and when you start to drift away, you get a lot of pictues in the head from the sound landscapes in the music.


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Kazuk
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PostPosted: Sat 31 Jul, 2004  Reply with quote

I just had a thought. Watch the linkin Park Breaking the Habit video. Its a guy reverse plummenting up a building. Now I think if you watch the vid a couple of times and then play the song while you sleep, that would be an easy situation to turn into flight.
Just a thought


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joshuacrobinson
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PostPosted: Tue 25 Jan, 2005  Reply with quote

OK, since music is my...hmmm...thing i'm going to give out a lot of albums and artists for people to check out while attempting to LD. This is my first post, and I'm just now getting into LDing, but here's some picks from me:

Boards of Canada - Music Has the Right for Children, Boards of Canada - Twoism, Mogwai - EP+2, Radiohead - Kid A, Sigur Ros - Agaetis Byrjun, Broken Social Scene - Feel Good Lost, Animal Collective - Here Comes The Indian, Do Make Say Think - &Yet&Yet, Explosions In The Sky - The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place, Johann Johannsson - Virthulegu Forestar, Max Richter - The Blue Notebooks, Slowdive - Catch The Breeze, Mum - Finally We Are No One, Panda Bear - Young Prayer, Yo La Tengo - And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside-Out, William Basinski - The Disintegration Loops, The Cure - Disintegration


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Aiboforcen
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PostPosted: Thu 27 Jan, 2005  Reply with quote

Music have never helped me to get lucid. But I'm a big fan of ambient, chillout and ethnic music.
Here are some artists I like to listen to before going to sleep to get me in the right relaxed mood smile
Shpongle
Entheogenic
Shulman
Angel Tears
Abakus
Emou
These artists are the best of the best in this genre.
I could send some songs to anyone who is interessted, just pm me smile
Good Night kiekeboe


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PostPosted: Thu 27 Jan, 2005  Reply with quote

I love Radiohead, I heard someone once describe Kid A as a clouded mind trying to recall a UFO obduction.

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stargirl
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PostPosted: Sun 30 Jan, 2005  Reply with quote

ivy's edge of the ocean is really relaxing: "there's a place i dream about where the sun never goes out..."

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Draginvry
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Feb, 2005  Reply with quote

I seem to have the best dream recall when listening to New Age music, or anything atmospheric. David Arkenstone in particular helps a lot, although I prefer his energetic albums (Spirit of Olympia, Celtic Book of Days) over his dreamier albums (Citizen of Time, Dream Palace).

Also, symphonic/industrial type stuff really helps. Aetherius' The Day The Earth Went Cold, Sleep Away Life, My Rent Soul, and Comforted By Indifference help me a lot with dream recall (although the songs are very depressing).


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CosmonautFantome
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Feb, 2005  Reply with quote

I'm suprised no one has mentioned Radiohead's OK Computer. Also:
Built to Spill : Perfect From Now On
Interpol: Antics
Wilco: Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Flaming Lips: Clouds Taste Metallic (my personal favorite)


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CosmonautFantome
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Feb, 2005  Reply with quote

Oh, also Sound Tribe Sector 9, Postal Service, and The Arcade Fire.

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§eräphim™
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PostPosted: Sat 05 Feb, 2005  Reply with quote

VeryGnawty wrote:


Also, symphonic/industrial type stuff really helps. Aetherius'


I played this when I went to bed last night. Although I didn't have a LD, I did have an EXTREMELY long dream. I had a dream that felt like it had lasted an entire day! That has never happened to me before.


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