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.
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?