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DeLorean: The Happy Dragon-Band - "3-D Free" (1978)

1978: The Happy Dragon-Band - "3-D Free" by Jonathan Dean on 07-30-2012 By the end of the 1970s, the hangover had worn off and underground psych entered a problematic phase, a second adolescence. If psychedelic rock had ever been a movement, it certainly wasn’t anymore, having undergone fragmentation and dispersal into the comparatively humorless realms of progressive rock and heavy metal.
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