Various Artists - Solstice Music Festival 2000-2002
01 Synthetic - Africa
02 Alien Project - Aztechno Dream
03 Etnica - Tractor Activity
04 Logic Bomb - High Density
05 1200 Mics - Mescaline
06 The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - My Name
07 Hallucinogen - LSD
08 Saiko-Pod - Insoma
Alien Project - Aztechno Dream
'Place is a deep-freeze. We got ice crystals everywhere.' (Laurence Fishburne as Captain Miller)
'That's the central corridor that you're in now. lt connects the personnel areas at the front of the ship to Engineering at the rear
'Mr Justin, you take Engineering.' (Laurence Fishburne)
'Yes, sir.' (Jack Noseworthy as Justin)
'Peters and l will take the forward decks.' @ 0:06 (Laurence Fishburne)
'Yeah. l've got another one over here. They are all over the place.' (Kathleen Quinlan as Peters)
'ln an emergency, they destroy the central corridor and split the ship in half, and then the crew can use the foredecks as a lifeboat.'@ 0:40 (Sam Neill as Dr. Weir)
From movie 'Event Horizon'
1200 Mics - Mescaline
'The ether was waring off. The acid was long gone. But the mescaline was running strong. Good mescaline comes on slow. First hour's all waiting, and then about halfway through second hour. You start cursing the creep who burned you because nothing's happening. And then... zang!'
'Come on now, let's all take some mescaline!'
'One of the things you learn after years of dealing with drug people, is that you can turn your back on a person, but never turn your back on a drug.'
First and third from 'Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas'
'I believe with the advent of acid. We discovered new ways to think and it has to do with piecing together new thoughts of mind. Why is it that people are so afraid of it? What is it about it that scares people so deeply? Because they are afraid that there is more to reality than they have ever confronted. That there are doors that they are afraid to go in and they don't want us to go in there either because if we go in, there we might learn something that they don't know. And that makes us a little out of their control.'
From 'The Beyond Within: The Rise and Fall of LSD' (BBC documentary, 1987)