written by Renee Thompson @renee.eporita
I have yet to meet a stoner that doesn’t have a go-to album or band to toke to. Some gravitate more to the traditional sounds, like songs from Bob Marley and the Grateful Dead, and others listen to really out-of-the-box stuff. Either way, all stoners alike would agree that music and weed go together better than (medicated) peanut butter and jelly.
For those looking to listen to full albums, I have listed four that are my favorite to listen to while high along with a recommended strain pairing. I’ve also listed 2o of the ultimate 420-themed songs. Songs #1-10 have references to weed in them and songs #11-20 have a certain 420 energy and are visually compelling music videos to watch while high. As an added bonus, to my knowledge every artist besides Masayoshi Tanaka has at least dabbled in cannabis consumption. Hope you enjoy!
4 Albums You Should Listen To High:
1. The Rainbow Goblins by Masayoshi Takanaka (Pineapple Upside Down Cake)
2. Hit Vibes by Skylar Spence a.k.a. Saint Pepsi (Blueberry Muffin)
3. Ugly Cherries by PWR BTTM (Purple Hindu Kush)
4. Clandestino by Manu Chao (GG #4)
20 Songs (10 about weed, 10 from weedos)
- Marijuana by Reverend Horton Heat
- I Wanna Smoke by Gangsta Pat
- High Time by Grateful Dead
- Boomer by Bartees Strange
- Sweet Leaf by Black Sabbath
- Paper Planes by M.I.A.
- Addicted by Amy Winehouse
- Bam Bam by Sister Nancy
- It’s All Going To Pot by Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard
- La Cucaracha by Lila Downs
- Punk Rock Girl by Dead Milkmen
- Over Our Heads/Meet Your God by Off
- 私は愛に ハイです by Yung Bae
14. Frontier Psychiatrist by The Avalanches
15. Horse by Salvatore Ganacci
16. C’mere by Interpol
17. Something For Your M.I.N.D. by Superorganism
18. The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
19. Hymnal by Open Mike Eagle
20. Weedcard by Garfunkel and Oates
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