Forever Now is the third studio album by English rock band the Psychedelic Furs. The 10-song album, including the hit single "Love My Way", was recorded in the spring of 1982 and released on 25 September of that year by Columbia/CBS. A 20th-anniversary reissue included six related bonus tracks. The album represented a turning point in the musical maturation of the band, after a turbulent period of personnel changes in which they shrank from a six-man ensemble to a quartet
Forever Psychedelic (3xLP, Comp). Matsuri Productions, Matsuri Productions.
Matsuri Digital releases its next psychedelic dance music compilation on April 13 with Forever Psychedelic 2. The first Forever Psychedelic compilation was released in 1998 and was evolutionary in its variety of tempos and beats at a time when four-on-the-floor kicks were the norm.
Love - Forever Changes (1967). Love were in some disarray by the summer of ’67, hobbled by internal squabbles, lack of commercial success and drug addiction. Then there was the mercurial logic of leader Arthur Lee, who preferred Bela Lugosi’s old mansion in the Hollywood hills to the prospect of playing live. In 1968, The Moodies immersed themselves totally in the psychedelic waters. After their breakthrough the previous year with Days Of Future Passed, this time they took a real swing into the challenging and timely vibe of the whole pysch process. There was mysticism here, glowing alongside philosophical mantras built on the twin treatises of drugs and alternative lifestyles. The album was recorded and released in just two days, and the band were all under 17. Makes this even more of a landmark – or, at least it should have been.
Forever Psychedelic 2, 2018. Forever Psychedelic 2, 2018. The Land Of 505, 08:31.
1 Love, ‘Forever Changes’. Arthur Lee’s startling, revelatory classic highlights the extremes of the psychedelic era. It’s joyous, uplifting and sweet in parts, while at the same time menacing, introverted and paranoid. The Psychedelic Sounds Of’ the 13 Floor Elevators was a debut set that was probably the first album to include the ‘P’ word to a soon to be turned on public, but it was the band’s second set, ‘Easter Everywhere’, that really drove the lysergic message home. Roky Erickson’s soulful Texas wail over Tommy Hall’s electric jug on ‘Slip Inside This House’ is a classic eight minute psychedelic mantra, as covered by Primal Scream. 6 Various Artists, ‘The Psychedelic Snarl’. Bam Caruso’s ‘Rubble’ series was the UK’s answer to ‘Nuggets’.
|1||–Endora||Joy (Oforia Vs Tsuyoshi Suzuki Vs D.E.D.E. Remix)
Remix – D.E.D.E.*, Oforia, Tsuyoshi Suzuki
|2||–Jikooha, Tsuyoshi Suzuki||The Land Of 505||8:31|
|4||–James Monro||Vantage Point||8:00|
|5||–Kurosaki Tamao||Future Om||9:13|
|7||–Oforia||What Did That Make You Feel||9:23|