Twisted (Hallucinogen album)

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Hallucinogen Twisted.jpg
Studio album by
Released16 October 1995
GenrePsychedelic trance, Goa trance
LabelDragonfly Records
ProducerSimon Posford
Hallucinogen chronology
The Lone Deranger
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Twisted is the debut studio album by Hallucinogen, released on 16 October 1995 on Dragonfly Records.

The album reached Number 27 in the French album charts, and it is one of the most successful albums releases in the genre, with a total sales over 85,000 copies worldwide. [2] In 1999, the album was re-released on Simon Posford's (Hallucinogen) own label, Twisted Records.

The first track on the album, "LSD", was widely played.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "LSD" - 6:45
  2. "Orphic Thrench" - 7:25
  3. "Alpha Centauri" - 10:16
  4. "Dark Magus" - 7:31
  5. "Shamanix" - 10:00
  6. "Snarling Black Mabel" - 7:45
  7. "Fluoro Neuro Sponge" - 6:41
  8. "Solstice" - 17:41
  • The song "Solstice" ends at minute 8:02. After 6 minutes of silence (8:02 - 14:02), begins a hidden track, which is an early mix of a song that came to be known as "Angelic Particles".


  • "LSD" contains a vocal sample from the BBC documentary The Rise And Fall Of LSD.
  • "Shamanix" contains a sample from the movie Altered States.


External links[edit]

  • "Hallucinogen – Twisted". Discogs.