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Psychedelic dancing as exercise set to the psychedelic filming of sixties album covers in high exposure darkness.  This features a Zen Mix on top of a Zen Mix.  You can replace the image field with a swf in this case another Zen Mix of background video on a blank picture.  You can use the file links at the bottom of the mix to see what I mean.

Caribou is playing the feature song.  They have a couple more I’d like to dance to too and there was a good one a while back.  They are from Dundas – as am I.  They are currnet – I think this song came from their album before their last one currently.

We talk about getting down in this mash of mixes.  It would be a cooler world if everyone with headphones on got down as they walked along the sidewalk and halls instead of walking like a zombie.  Well okay… walking like a real zombie has a bit of getting down involved in it.

Give it a go!  And if you want – make a parody – anything – try out Zen Mix.  This was done in an hour on a canon $160 point and shoot.  It is what you shoot and then the blend modes in Zen Mix – the free online vlogging tool at http://www.zenmix.com

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This is a meta view of Psychedelic Dancing as Exercise. In the post we suggest that if you are watching a Zen Mix of Psychedelic Dancing as Exercise then why not push back your chair and dance to it! You can even push back your chair to this one again featuring the music of Caribou – as it shows the last episode as an example.

Get dancing people! Loosen up – no steps to follow – you can’t go wrong and it feels great – puts you in touch with your body and nobody has to know! Unless… you start vlogging it with Zen Mix!

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An amazing new song by Caribou from Dundas, the Psychedelic and Spacerock capital of Canada with bands like Battleship Ethel, Simply Saucer, Thee Gnostics, etc. This mix features Opartica as the overlay from http://www.opartica.com, the Dan Zen online Op Art maker tool.

Get dancing people! Loosen up – no steps to follow – you can’t go wrong and it feels great – puts you in touch with your body and nobody has to know! Unless… you start vlogging it with Zen Mix!

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