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most embarrassing song in your collection?
Most Timeless Artist?
randomjoe
by  randomjoe
Possibly the Most Perfect Toking Album Ever Made?
Over 20 years old now but if you don't own a copy of this treat yourself - you won't regret it. Still sounds as fresh today as it did all those years ago.
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Khuunntt
Khuunntt
Friday is my day off and therefore my get as stoned as possible day.... I usually end up putting at least parts of this on every week. A great watch/listen if you like pantera or metal really. Or if you play guitar. Takes a few minutes to get going. And I know it's not an album in the slightest. Sorry for rambling on.. It is Friday.
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MinnieMe
MinnieMe
I'll also throw this album in for indica fans.

Zero 7 - Simple Things
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Takes me back to the early 90's......that and Moon Safari by Air stand out for me. I listened to Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld by the Orb a lot back then too. I still roll this one out - another great toking album.
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Freshman
Freshman
Big favourite back in the day.
https://youtu.be/Z7If6GODLFc
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lil34rl
lil34rl
Unless I missed it, how has no one mentioned Dark Side of the Moon?!

It's possibly the only album that can get you high with no supply!
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uWakeiBake
uWakeiBake9.6/10
Haven't listened to the K&D sessions for ages! Well thats my morning soundtrack sorted.

Strange Cargo 3 by William Orbit is good toking album.
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420vapeit
420vapeit
Alt-J - An Awesome Wave
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hoqwer
hoqwer
Trip Hop
Portishead - Dummy
Massive Attack - Protection
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
DJ Cam - Underground Vibes

Techno
Richie Hawtin - DE9 Closer To The Edit
Pan-Pot - Confronted
Robert Hood - Internal Empire
Actress - Splazsh

Drum & Bass
Logical Progression Sessions 1 & 2

Ambient
Loscil - Endless Falls
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MinnieMe
MinnieMe
Logical Progression Sessions remind me of when I first started enjoying the high. 20 years later, I'm rediscovering it.
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Yessssss.....+1 Logical Progression. I'll be dusting that vinyl off this weekend.
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Gazzamius1
Gazzamius1
Gotta be up there alongside. Genesis and Then There Were Three.
Construct
Construct
Its a personal choice and each to their own taste however if there is a list of great albums to listen to when stoned then Fleetwood Mac - Rumours has to be on it.If you have never heard it then you are missing out on one of the greatest albums ever made.
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Littlemissdizaster
Littlemissdizaster
Rumours takes on a totally new life when stoned. I wish I had the songwriting gene!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
+1 for Rumours - there is a great documentary about the making of it...well, about the whole band, how they formed etc. They were basically hating each other when that album was made (which is obvious when you listen to the lyrics). Have a look for it on the iPlayer - well worth a look
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Tobin
Tobin
Discovered Double Negative by Low last year and have listened to it whilst toking many times now. Went straight into my stoner music list... Sounds awesome on vinyl..
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Trebourx
Trebourx
Gotta be Cypress hill - black Sunday

https://youtu.be/6fQ28dTEUd0
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greencigar
greencigar
My guitar teacher switched me on to these guys way back. Nowadays, I appreciate this much more than I did then!
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Lucky enough to see Ozrics at several free festivals in late eighties and nineties, once so caned on micro dots I thought I was watching floyd from the meddle era.
Great band , nice guys.
In similar vein try the ;porcupine tree’
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greencigar
greencigar
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJvQx5QQbHE&t=738s (Saucers)
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Inglis83
Inglis83
From avenged sevenfold through to chopin and everything in between. This is really awesome to listen to. If you want a nice hour musical journey one of the best albums I could listen to from start to finish is Smashing Pumpkins, Siamese Dream, and it's not traditionally my fav music. Or anything Led Zep.
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randomjoe
randomjoe
I'll check that out - thanks for the tip
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greencigar
greencigar
Siamese Dream... That was an album.
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Just been listening to 1995 by k&d , nice, sort of orbital meets urban jazz.
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randomjoe
randomjoe
K&D are (were) the Dons! Love those guys I'd put Cinematic Orchestra up there too. Worth checking out if you've not heard their stuff.
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Love cinematic orchestra, pink martini I think are similarly talented,
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Oooh not heard of Pink Martini - will check them out
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Will see if on tidal
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percyswill
percyswill
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack

It’s a great Tolkien Album!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Badum chahhhhh! :-)
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Cannabaker
Cannabaker
https://youtube.com/watch?v=8iU8LPEa4o0

Not an album as such, but I absolutely love uplifting and mellow jazz beats such as this when high...
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Snowy1980white
Snowy1980white
Kudos to the above and 'in no particular order':

Miles Davis - "Miles in the Sky"
Steve Hillage - "Rainbow Dome Musick"
Neil Young - "Ragged Glory", "Live Rust"
Ozrics - "Pungent Effulgent"
Led Zep "II"
Gong - "Angel's Egg", "You"
Phish - any live Summer Jams on YouTube
Dylan - "Blonde on Blonde"
Thievery Corp - "Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi"
Zappa - "Absolutely Free", "Hot Rats"
Mike Oldfield - "Hergest Ridge", "Ommadawn"
& most (live) Dead "Dark Star(s)" & "Eyes...."
+ checking out the recommendations here...
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Zapgaz
Zapgaz
Have a cup of tea, have another one....
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Frizzy
Frizzy
First time I heard Miles Davis on sketches of Spain i could feel the sun and smell the olive trees, Rare a record truly transports you so effectively.
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greencigar
greencigar
Hot rats :)
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Frizzy
Frizzy
Not many artists can make me laugh out loud, Zappa did often.
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whatcanido234
whatcanido234
Ticks all round.
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cosmicwizard
cosmicwizard
Tripping to this right now thanks to this post!
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percyswill
percyswill
My go to is Pink Floyd ‘The Dark Side of the Moon’, followed by Dave Matthews ‘Before These Crowded Streets’ or ‘Under the Table and Dreaming’ and First Aid Kit ‘Ruins’
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SecretPacket
SecretPacket
Just had a quick listen and sound good! Gave it a like and next time I smoke I'll put this on in the back, cheers!
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Tryingtofind
Tryingtofind
Saw Phaeleh at Kendal Calling 10 years ago and he played this album in full. Been in love with it ever since. My go to.
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Deez_nuts
Deez_nuts
This is a bad boy for chilling to, and the artist not very well known so give it a whirl.

K&D Sessions and DJ Kicks albums are legendary!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Ah I have quite a few Waiwan tracks! Excellent selection...will give that a try!
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Deez_nuts
Deez_nuts
Waiwan is my favourite ‘unknown’ artist - really low key releases that are mind blowing. Got a couple of his remixes on vinyl will try and find them and upload here!

You have great taste sir!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
You too bruv ;-)
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Jimmyjamesjunior
Jimmyjamesjunior9.5/10
Had to add this
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Just watched 10 minutes of that - awesome! I'm an amateur music producer and love tweaking the knobs and dials so I will be watching this in full over the weekend - thanks for sharing
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carverr
carverr
This & Massive Attack - Blue Lines
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greencigar
greencigar
YES! You have good taste in cameras and music, Carver.
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randomjoe
randomjoe
This is still also a stone cold classic - lovely
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sensiman
sensiman
Or as we used to call it....the ultimate album come down album! Not that this happens anymore, but...put this on as the last album of the night/morning after a night of raving and loads of mdma! Perfect!! Thanks for reminding me of this, been about 15 years since I listened to this beast!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
You know it - that's how I first discovered it too. And yeah, It's been waaaayyyyy too long since I had one of those nights. As soon as the world gets back to normal I'm going to recreate 'the old days' :-)
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Jimmyjamesjunior
Jimmyjamesjunior9.5/10
Thoroughly enjoyed this. Thank you.
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Raskolnikov
Raskolnikov
The wall.
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Johnny2Bad
Johnny2Bad
Any, post Syd, Floyd for me- as long as it’s an album start to finish, for the full experience
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Raskolnikov
Raskolnikov
Yeah, you need the full experience. Imagine a single from Dark side or animals. Even worse, wish you were here. Damn pesky kids don’t know what a single is. Bah humbug.
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Johnny2Bad
Johnny2Bad
Ha ha. Those darn whippersnappers.
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greencigar
greencigar
I'll throw this in... A bit obscure... Gets the old red eyes pumping and gets a nice on the go, too.
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greencigar
greencigar
Nice! Thanks, dude.
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SlippySmithers
SlippySmithers
Personally afro man hits the wisker on my chin,
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UKCannaFarm
UKCannaFarm9.6/10
lol use to flat out play this. tried to listen again recently though and I feel it hasn't aged well. the beats aren't great!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
It's all relative I guess eh! I still love it personally and feel it holds up well after 22 years....but Jesus, reminds me how old I am!
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UKCannaFarm
UKCannaFarm9.6/10
keep rollin' that tumbleweed brother ;D
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T131
T131
Great album alright,recently rediscovering how good the klf-chill out album is,well worth a listen,albeit a little less electronic but ye,cant go wrong with the k&d sessions either!
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randomjoe
randomjoe
Thanks for the recommendation - I'll get into that over the weekend
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Catsbananas
Catsbananas
Carbon Based Lifeforms for that ambient chill.
Worst song ever? And why... GO!
whats your favorite music from the 90s??
24601
by  24601
Bitcoin Baron - ytcracker
Frizzy
by  Frizzy
Where are today’s protest singers?
can we confirm the story of the pink floyd/wizard of oz mashup, ‘the dark side of the rainbow’?
rainbows77
It's Good Music To Chill Out To
rainbows77
A Work Of Unparalleled Genius
sam love
by  sam love
joe publik
Defining the ’90s Music Canon
Sleaford Mods
Beat This Beat Bigga
nlxxhz1001
Stoner Rock / Psychedelic / Progressive