By Greg Williams

Pornography-Cure

Psych album of the week: The Cure’s Pornography (1982)

Their 1989 masterpiece may have been called Disintegration, but Pornography is literally the sound of the band falling apart

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Grimes

Psych album of the week: Miss Anthropocene by Grimes (2020)

Grimes’s fifth full-length is both a consolidation of everything that makes her work special and another leap forward

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High Society: Carl Sagan gained a “rich array of insights” from cannabis use

“For the first time I have been able to hear the separate parts of a three-part harmony and the richness of the counterpoint”

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Geogaddi

Psych album of the week: Boards of Canada’s Geogaddi (2002)

The devil is in the details on the Scottish duo’s sophomore album

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Bitches-Brew

Psych album of the week: Miles Davis’s Bitches Brew (1970)

There is no denying the lasting ability of this album to provoke thought and transport the listener to a land with no rules

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Jefferson-Airplane-Surrealistic-Pillow

Psych album of the week: Jefferson Airplane’s Surrealistic Pillow (1967)

The band’s newest member, Grace Slick, brought with her hit songs, good looks, and one hell of a voice

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