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  2. Acid Rock vs Psychedelic Rock what's the difference? - Music ...

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    Acid Rock is a psychedelic rock subgenre, which closely resembles the Heavy Psych sound in that it focuses on extended instrument jamming/solo improvisations, but it relies on wah effects instead...

  3. Jan 12, 2011 · Favorite Answer Acid rock is a form of psychedelic rock, which is characterized with long instrumental solos, few (if any) lyrics and musical improvisation. Psychedelic rock is a style of rock...

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  5. Acid rock vs. Psychedelic rock?, posted by _Natalie - Rate ...

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    Acid Rock usually defines contains a lot more jamming and a generally more heavy sound, while Psychedelic Rock usually defines shorter and more tightly written tracks, and is usually a bit lighter. A lot of people use them interchangably though, so always take it with a grain of salt

  6. Defining Acid Rock - It's Psychedelic Baby Magazine

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    Jun 09, 2020 · Acid rock, then, is a heavy type of rock music with psychedelic influences. Musicians of this genre create sonic textures that culminate in a psychedelic effect, sometimes unintentionally, with the sound of their instruments or the interplay between two or more instruments.

  7. Acid rock | Culture Wikia | Fandom

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    Acid rock is a loosely defined type of rock music which emerged during the 1960s psychedelic era. The term, which derives its name from lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), is often deployed as a synonym for "psychedelic rock", though it can also refer to a more musically intense variation or subcategory of the psychedelic rock genre.

  8. Acid rock | Music Hub | Fandom

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    Generally, the term "acid rock" is equivalent to psychedelic rock. Rolling Stone magazine includes early Pink Floyd as "acid-rock". In July 1967 Time magazine wrote, "From jukeboxes and transistors across the nation pulses the turned-on sound of acid-rock groups: the Jefferson Airplane, the Doors, Moby Grape ".

  9. Acid Rock Music Genre Overview | AllMusic

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    Acid Rock was the heaviest, loudest variation of psychedelic rock. Drawing from the overblown blues improvisations of Cream and Jimi Hendrix, acid rock bands relied on distorted guitars, trippy lyrics, and long jams.

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