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head trip

1. n. a session with a head drug. (Drugs.) Bob had his first head trip last night.
2. n. an ego trip. Come down from your head trip and see if you can get along with the rest of us.
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The results are disjointed and wonderfully weird: art created from, and for, an intimate, one-on-one head trip.
What a head trip it was, at 16 or 17, and that was working with good people and having a pretty good introduction to it.
Heinlein's 1960 short story "--All You Zombies--and if it's better in the intimate early stages than in the more grandiose later passages, all in all it's the sort of boldly illogical head trip that gives preposterousness a good name.
After the impassioned singer belts, "I'm going to give my aimless love/My angry heart and my desire," the song turns into psychedelic head trip with a transcendent, four-and-a-half-minute instrumental that is destined to make a deeply cognitive connection with the listener.
Over a propulsive, New Order-inspired mix of guitars, bass, drums and synths, Flowers musters up his inner Bowie and whips up a delusional head trip of a hook-laden chorus that's out of this world (despite the singer possibly being out of his mind).
With imaginative handling, this freewheeling juggernaut of a head trip, its assorted visual treatments rendered in relative degrees of awkwardness and artfulness, could catch on with hip ands worldwide.
Late in the book, Kraus recounts a story that suggests she and Dick did have sex, but it still reads as both unlikely and unverifiable, part of Kraus' head trip, her project.
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It's a head trip, alright, as we return to the psychedelic decade when all they needed was love - and some recreational drugs - to get by.
She adds: "I have actresses who won't let me put any foundation on them before going on television, because they don't want it to settle into any lines--or whatever their head trip is.
But there was no denying the blazes of excitement thrown up by David Leveaux's rending production of "Jumpers," a Tom Stoppard head trip that seemed newly aimed at the heart, especially as enacted by Simon Russell Beale and the ceaselessly versatile Essie Davis.