Best Stoner Albums

Discussion in 'Cannabis and Marijuana' started by wenis, May 16, 2004.

  1. wenis

    wenis Member

    What CDs do you guys listen to all the way through while smokin?

    Mine are:

    D-12 - Devil's Night
    Eminem - Marshall Mathers LP
    Eminem - The Eminem Show
    Dr. Dre - Chronic 2001
    Incubus - Morning View
    Korn - Follow the Leader
    Linkin Park - Reanimation
    Disturbed - Believe
    Pink Floyd - The Wall
    Presidents of the USA - Pure Frosting
    I'm always lookin for good toke music so make some suggestions!
     
  2. FreakyJoeMan

    FreakyJoeMan 100% Batshit Insane

    Sublime-40 oz. to Freedom
    Bob Marley- Rastaman Vibration
    My mix CDs
    LBDAS- Wonders of the World
    Various- Fire on the Mountain (Reggae Celebrates the Grateful Dead) :D
     
  3. Ganjaman420

    Ganjaman420 Member

    yo all the incubus cds are the bomb but here are my favorites

    Incubus~ fungus Amoungus
    Incubus~ S.C.I.E.N.C.E
    311~ Music
    Jimi Hendrix~ Live AT WoodStock 69'
    Greatful Dead~ Skeletons from the closet
     
  4. bertrose

    bertrose Member

    Phish - Alll Live CDs
    The Beta Band - all
    Radiohead - all
    Bob Marley - all
    Pink Floyd - all
    Grateful Dead - all
    Jack Johnson - all
    etc...
     
  5. Jadess

    Jadess Member

    I usually listen to Bob marley, sublime, pink floyed, or random hip hop stuff.... but when you're really really stoned, listen to the Chemical Brothers....they are fucking awsome....:cool:
     
  6. MBastard

    MBastard Member

    I listen to anything by redman and/or method man
    wu tang 36 chambers
    Nas Illmatic
    Led Zepplin I or Physical Grafiti
    Beatles Rubber Soul, White Album, or anything in between
    Pink Floyd - the wall
    Blestenation FUCK A MIXTAPE volume 3
    Dr. Dre Chronic or Chronic 2001
    Tom Jones Greatest Hits (the vegas years)
    anything by Frank Sinatra
    Jill Scott - who is jill scott?
    Alicia Keys new album
     
  7. Velouria

    Velouria Member

    Pink Floyd- Dark Side of the Moon

    Sublime- 40 oz. to Freedom

    The Rentals- Return of the Rentals

    Led Zeppelin - 2
     
  8. Sublime - unplugged cd
    Pink Floyd - Dark side of the moon
    Crosby Stills Nash & Young - all
    Doors - all
     
  9. LostChord

    LostChord Member

    one classic thats missing..

    cypress hill - black sunday
     
  10. I don't think "Lateralus" by Tool was mentioned yet. That album is amazing from start to finish. Next time I trip it's on my list of music to listen to.
     
  11. MikeE

    MikeE Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Yes - any album with Wakeman
    Dead
    Allman Brothers
     
  12. hippybum

    hippybum Member

    since no one has listed or strated a classic rock stoner selection, i will.

    jimi hendrix-electric ladyland and are you experienced...huh. all of em, really
    led zep- any
    pink floyd the wall (movie is better), dark side...
    beatles- from revolver on
    grateful dead-uncle john's band, aoxomoxoa, etc.
    any bowie
    bob dylan
    deep purple
    frank zappa and mothers!!!
    marley
    ...sorry i'm not typing albums anymore...
    the guess who
    the who-tommy, the who sell out, etc.
    joni mitchell-blue
    three dog night(live at the forum is my favorite)

    so yeah.
     
  13. beach boys- pet sounds
    floyd- dark side. piper at the gates of dawn
    grateful dead- aoxomoxoa, live sets
    yes- relayer, fragile,
    lesclaypool/frogbrigade - purple onion
    pavement - terror twilight
     
  14. 7leafclover

    7leafclover Member

    Currently, I like listening to Flaming Lips while smoking.
     
  15. Lately I've been listening to [url="http://www.synthtopia.com/music_review/EasyStarAll-Stars-DubSide.html]"Dub Side of the Moon"[/url] by the Easy Star All-Stars; absolutely amazing album.

    If you haven't heard of it, then definitely try and get a hold of it; reggae and Pink Floyd fans alike.
     
  16. KBlaze

    KBlaze Member

    everyone named what i woulda said but yeah lateralus is fucking sweet on shrooms
     
  17. CapnQuisp

    CapnQuisp Member

    In no particular order:

    The Beatles: "Abbey Road"
    XTC: "Skylarking"
    Todd Rundgren: "Something/Anything"
    The Beach Boys: "Pet Sounds"
    Frank Zappa: "We're Only In It For the Money"
    David Bowie: "Hunky Dory"
    NRBQ: "Scraps"
    The Clash: "London Calling"
    Queen: "Sheer Heart Attack"
    Led Zeppelin: III
    Dave Brubeck: "Time Out"
    Stevie Wonder "Talking Book"
    The Who: "Sell Out"
    Steely Dan: "Can't Buy A Thrill"
    The Kinks: "Kronikles"
    Big Star: "#1 Record"
    The Grateful Dead: "American Beauty"
    The Band: "The Band"
    Yes: "Fragile"
    Little Feat: "Sailin' Shoes"
    Traffic: "The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys"
    Beck: "Mutations"
    The Police: "Outlandos D'Amour"
    The Steve Miller Band: "Anthology"
    Paul McCartney: "Ram"
    They Might Be Giants: "Flood"
    Elton John "Captain Fantastic & The Brown Dirt Cowboy"
    Taj Mahal: "Giant Step/De Ole Folks At Home"
    The Pretty Things: "Parachute"

    Why these? Great hooks, eclectic arrangements, loads of fun, and I can listen to them over and over again without getting bored!

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  18. enjoycocaine

    enjoycocaine Member

    widespread panic - live in the classic city
    widespread panic - till the medicine takes
    string cheese incident - a string cheese incident
    phish - billy breathes
    floyd - ummagumma
     
  19. lenore

    lenore Member

    yeah i agree with most of the stated above.im into my golden oldies-crosby, stills and nash (wooden ships,helplessly hoping),stills and young band,buffalo springfeild and anything in between.
    jj cale-5 is one of my personal favourite toking albums
    pink floyd-atom heart mother , is quite cool for ..well for chilling and eventually conkin out to
    cat stevens-tea for the tillerman
    janis joplin-anything is pretty good for dancin about all hazy-like
    nilsson-the point! i seriously recomend for a good laugh
    nitty gritty dirt band: uncle charlie and his dog teddy is alo good for a chortle
    dire straights-vertigo and making moves
    jethro tull-locomotive breath
    led zep-whatever youre in the mood for
    emerson lake and palmer-tarkus is pretty damn good to get into when your baked
    zappa-mufin research in the utility kitchen

    soz for making such a large list... but you did ask,have fun
     
  20. LivingLegends

    LivingLegends Senior Member

    kottonmouth kings
    people under the stairs
    atmosphere
    living legends
    andre nikatina

    eekamouse - bitty bong bong (good song)
     

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