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- adj. comparative form of druggy: more druggy
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And in fact, as the years, in the last few years, his music has kind of gotten weirder and weirder, a little hazier, a little druggier.
Move into his druggier works like this one and he begins to get lost completely.
Over the past few years, it's enabled him to approximate Prince's kinky wailing on the indescribable, T-Pain-assisted "Prostitute II," to jump on a rock song like Fall Out Boy's "Tiffany Blews," to give his voice a quavering lover-man vibrato on his own "Single," and to render countless slurry drug songs even druggier the way psychedelic rockers of old used reverb and tape delay.
The theme has long found favour with the more paranoid, druggier corner of the sci-fi world.
The follow-ups, the even-druggier "Nearly God" and the excellent follow-up "Pre-Millennium Tension," were nearly as good.
Siltbreeze over the summer, and have a sound that is as anachronistically inspired as Thee Oh Sees, but is dirtier, druggier, and more sprawling.