Psychedelic Pill

Album: Psychedelic Pill (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This "good time" sneer is the title track of the thirty-fifth studio album by Neil Young. At 87 minutes, Psychedelic Pill is Neil Young's longest record and his only studio album to span two discs.
  • Psychedelic Pill's second disc includes an alternative mix of the song that omits, the "phaser" effect, which gives this version its "psychedelic" feel.

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