[Smooth & Doom at Noon, 12 Noon to 2 PM, M – F: A little psychedelic smoothness and a helping of stoner and doom to get you through your lunch.]
From Their Bio:
Adam ate mushrooms at his studio and setup some microphones on the drum set. Recorded a 10 minute long drum track then put guitars and a bassline over it and called it Shine On You Crazy Train part 1. Not knowing how to play drums, Adam called an old friend / drummer John Belcastro to record some drums. Three weeks later they released When Time Trippers Collide.