brown acid

brown acid

[¦brau̇n ¦as·əd]
(chemical engineering)
Oil-soluble petroleum sulfonate found in sludge following sulfuric acid treatment of petroleum products.
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It birthed a sound of heavy chooglin' riffage, hard-driving rhythms, a meaty-throated singer, and the crazed lysergic leads of a guitar-shredding demon who sounds like he's just stuffed six doses of brown acid under his headband.
We reckon he should also have a look at their corporate development department who may have been dabbling with the brown acid.
The Leicester four-piece played a 90-minute set which included Brown Acid, Shoot The Runne, Processed Beats, Reason Is Treason, The Last Trip and Sunrise/Light/Flies.
I remember the Woodstock Festival in 1969--the music, the mud, the sense of community, the bare breasts, the warning not to ingest the brown acid.
Hey, don't take the brown acid - but pass the ``Lovebox.
HOLLYWOOD As preparations enter the final week for Woodstock '99, the 30th anniversary of the first three-day festival of peace, love and music, the enduring memories of mud, brown acid, Wavy Gravy and Jimi Hendrix once again pose the question: How do you top it?