The idea for starting the project allegedly came to Raja Ram while he was hallucinating in his hammock in Brazil. Thus, their first, self-titled album featured 9 tracks about Ayahuasca, DMT, Mescaline, LSD, Marijuana, Hashish, Ecstasy, Magic Mushrooms and Salvia Divinorum. The tracks featured many quotes from Terence McKenna and samples from movies such as Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and The Matrix.
The second album, Heroes of the Imagination, was dedicated to famous inventors and scientists who dramatically contributed to, or changed, the course of history, including Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei, Michael Faraday, Albert Einstein, Charles Babbage, Albert Hofmann, Francis Crick, James D. Watson, and Tim Berners-Lee. This album also contains the 2003 party hit, Acid for Nothing; a trance remix of Dire Straits’ Money for Nothing which samples lines from the movie Waking Life (the track also replaced the phrase “I want my MTV” with “I want my LSD”).
The 3rd album was called The Time Machine. Its songs were influenced by famous places and times in the past — The Creation of the Universe, Stonehenge, Ancient India and Egypt and Greece.
1200 Micrograms – TIP.World 2002
Heroes Of The Imagination – TIP.World 2003
The Time Machine – TIP.World 2004
Live In Brazil – TIP.World 2005
1200 Micrograms Remixes – TIP.World 2006
Magic Numbers – TIP.World 2007
Gramology (Digital 6 track EP) 2010
1200 Micrograms* / GMS – 1200 Mics / The Warp – TIP.World 1999
GMS & 1300 Mics* / Shpongle – The Crystal Skulls EP (12″, EP) TIP.World 2001
The Mescalator EP (12″, EP) TIP.World 2002
1200 Mics / Melicia – Money For Nothing / Running Out Of Time (1200 Mic’s Remix) (12″) TIP.World 2003
LSD (12″) TIP.World 2003
1200 Mics / Talamasca – The Secret Of The Thirteen Crystal Skulls (12″) TIP.World 2003
Drugs, Music And Magic (South America) / Computers (Hujaboy Remix) TIP.World 2006
Magic Numbers EP (12″) TIP.World 2007
1200 SOS Messages, Reheat It (unreleased mixes, promo only)