Definition of acid rock in English:

acid rock

Line breaks: acid rock
Pronunciation: /asɪdˈrɒk
 
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noun

[mass noun]
A style of rock music popular chiefly in the late 1960s, associated with or inspired by hallucinogenic drugs.
More example sentences
  • On the latest album, he's bringing the beats and scattered rhymes into the zone of spooky jazz fusion and hallucinogenic acid rock.
  • We are being invaded by hard rock, acid rock, punk rock, new wave, and heavy metal music under the guise of religious rock and roll.
  • With the dawn of the 21st century, a completely new era, the music of the good old days namely the 1960's acid rock has taken a backseat to trance and ‘bubblegum’ pop.

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