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Marijuana & Music
Go together like "bop-shoo-wop-shoo-something-or-other-ramma lama ding dong."


Experiencing music is to being stoned what a partner is to sex--a bit more work on the front end, but an altogether better experience in the long haul.

It is readily agreed in most smoking fellowships that Pro-Logic, Surround-Sound and THX all suck to varying degrees in comparison to THC Sound.

Don't be surprised if you hear familiar songs in a new light.  You may understand lyrics that previously made no sense.  You may pick out sounds and instruments that you never before noticed.  You may pick out several tracks which don't actually exist to the rest of the world.  You may gain an appreciation for types of music you hardly noticed previously.  You may also want to try playing them backwards and see if God has anything to say to you.

Here are some examples of Proven Pot Tunes and Artists:
Bob Marley

Anything by Bob Dylan

Zeppelin Four, side two

The mandatory Grateful Dead

The Obligatory Pink Floyd

The Beatles
Any album released between 1966 and '70, inclusive is a bonus


Blind Melon

Monty Python's Flying Circus

Live on MTV Unplugged 

The Verve - Urban Hymns


The Doors

Peter Tosh's Legalize It

Any Muppet's Soundtrack

The Hempilation CDs

Some respectable jazz

Some disreputable funk
Parliament, Average White Band, Ohio Players, P-Funk...

Jimi Hendrix

Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention

The Rolling Stones


Cypress Hill

Any form of Psychedelic Trance

Mostly Harmless:
The Official Band of Earth 

Our carefully selected team of research associates work obscene hours during which they incessantly smoke hooters and reminisce about concerts they couldn't swear with any conviction they attended, to select the most appropriate weed-tunes.  Any one of them could tell you six bands that covered any given Dylan tune, play Hendrix's "Star-Spangled Banner" in a dropped-D tuning and tell you the actual latitude a sample of marijuana was grown by smell alone.

Each tune is brutally tested by the research team using a cryptic set of critera which they insist they cannot reveal due to union regulations and an impeccable moral fibre.

Online Radio


For extra coolness, add some brain candy:
(It's Free!)

Trippy software for the PC only

Acid Warp





Other weedy sites pertaining to music:

  Russell Cronin's Pot Culture
An essay concerning the relationship between
marijuana and popular music.  Highly recommended.