Fluoxetine (floo-OX-uh-teen) Hydrochloride is used to treat mental depression and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Though the medication is helpful to many, it can produce alarming side effects. Dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting may occur while listening to this sound recording, especially when sitting or lying down. Additional side effects include: chills or fever, trouble with breathing, convulsions, talking, feeling, or acting with excitement you cannot control, anxiety and nervousness, abnormal dreams, change in taste, change in vision, fast or irregular heartbeat, feelings of mystery, and feelings of suspense, which may be amplified by continued listening with high fidelity stereophonic headphones, particularly when walking blindfolded through the wilderness. This sound recording may cause drowsiness. Alcohol may intensify this effect. Use extreme caution when operating a car or other heavy machinery.
IS THE FLUOXETINE EFFECT RIGHT FOR YOU? SELF-DIAGNOSIS QUESTIONNAIRE
You should listen to The Fluoxetine Effect if you can answer YES to any 3 of the following questions:
1) Do you take Prozac, or other anti-depressant, or anti-obsessive-compulsive medication?
2) Do you like guitar instrumental albums?
3) Do you like the background music in the X-Files?
4) Do you like the color of traffic lights only when they are green?
5) Do you like to get massages, relax, scuba dive, or have affiliation with NASA?
6) Do you listen to ambient music or soundtracks to horror or science fiction movies?
7) Do you like mystery or suspense?
released July 1, 1997
This is an instrumental album made only with guitars played through an effects processor. The guitars used were classical nylon string acoustic guitar, a fretless electric bass, a Steinberger headless electric, and a custom fretless guitar. All music was improvised at the time of recording. Ambient guitar instrumental, hypnotic & suspenseful, music to get a massage to, or for your next flight to the moon. All guitars played by Matt Frantz. Recorded in 1997. Total playing time: 48 minutes.
Matt Frantz is a visual artist and designer that also produces instrumental soundscapes, spoken word, and concept albums.
Most recordings fall into the category of experimental music with elements of dark ambient, electronic, industrial, and noise genres....more