Hippie Music

The Hell Raisin’ Hippies have released 5 albums, 5 singles, and 1 ringtone of hippie music! We began with the release of our first album in 2015 and continue to release new music regularly. Please find our entire discography below and at music stores everywhere.


Hippie Trance

Release Type: Album
Genre: Electronic, EDM, Dance
Release Date: 08/16/2019
UPC: 859733041992


The Brown Acid

Release Type: Single
Genre: Electronic, EDM, Dance
Release Date: 04/20/2019
UPC: 859731716779


Aliens Are Programming Our Brains

Release Type: Single
Genre: Electronic, EDM, Dance
Release Date: 04/13/2019
UPC: 859728857171


Psychedelia

Release Type: Album
Genre: Electronic, Experimental
Release Date: 04/22/2017
UPC: 859720580572


Sessions In Madness

Release Type: Album
Genre: Heavy Metal, Electronic
Release Date: 09/21/2016
UPC: 859717296738


Date With A Dominatrix

Release Type: Single
Genre: Heavy Metal, Rock
Release Date: 05/13/2016
UPC: 859717267318


Rise!

Release Type: Album
Genre: Heavy Metal, Electronic
Release Date: 11/13/2015
UPC: 859715340976


Ave Maria

Release Type: Ringtone
Genre: Electronic, Experimental
Release Date: 10/29/2015
UPC: 859715805598


Hippie Freak Fag

Release Type: Single
Genre: EDM, Dance
Release Date: 09/11/2015
UPC: 859715547962


B&D S&M Session Music 1.0

Release Type: Album
Genre: Heavy Metal, Electronic
Release Date: 09/01/2015
UPC: 859715343274


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Credits

Please visit our credits page! We want to convey special thanks to Saint Dimebag Darrell.

Saint Dimebag Darrell
Our Saint – Dimebag Darrell

Saint Dimebag In Guitar World

Guitar World: I know you’re a fan of vintage effects pedals, like the MXR flanger. Where do you get them?

Dimebag Darrell: Pawn shops, man. Where are the best pawn shops? The best ones are anywhere where the owner doesn’t know the value of his merchandise. [laughs] Part of the fun is just talking trash with the dudes that run the shops. It’s like, “Dude, what’s up with this fuckin’ thing?”

One time I was checking out some guitars, amps and effects at a pawn shop and the store owner unintentionally gave me a defective cord. So I plugged it into an effect that I wanted and started kicking the box around so the cord would crackle. As soon as I got the store owner’s attention, I started pretending it was the effects box that was broken. I started cursing and calling the effect a “no good piece of shit.”

He said, “It was working fine three weeks ago. We gave up 30 bucks for that thing.” So I said, “Well, it can sit here and rot then. Nobody’ s gonna pay for this thing.”

In the end, the dude sold it to me for five bucks!

Dimebag Darrell in Guitar World Interview