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What's the best music to get stoned?

Discussion in 'ABV' started by Jojo_Vivant, Jul 28, 2018.

  1. Jojo_Vivant

    Jojo_Vivant Company Rep

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    Well, i meant what kind of music you played the most while you start to vape and trying to get high, get meditated, or get stoned?

    Will you play techno? classic? Yoga melody? dead metal? Hard rock? or just type as below...., let me know your kinky one.



    Let's start vape and slide! :-$ happy weekend to all stoners!
     
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  2. stonedbob

    stonedbob 100% THC

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    pink floyd, all they do
     
  3. Mr. Gweilo 420

    Mr. Gweilo 420 Dude

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    rock .... stoned :rockon:
     
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  4. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    Stoner doom ,Stoner/Desert Rock ,Space rock :)).. and recently getting into afro rock,funk, and similar genres .. :)
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  5. jl420

    jl420 Well-Known Member

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    Tough question to answer all depends on the person and their present mood when they are getting High. As for myself I have 4 Channels on Sirius XM that are my go to stoner tuneage.

    1. B.B. Kings Bluesville
    2. Classic Vinyl
    3. Liquid Metal
    4. Ozzys Boneyard

    One notable mention is listening to Pat Travers Band on CD. :rockon:
     
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  6. withoutbliss

    withoutbliss Accessory Maker

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    here's some more modern stoner tunes

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  7. kazz

    kazz Little Lebowski Urban Achiever

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    Depends on my mood. If feeling mellow, then either :

    Frampton Comes Alive!
    Animals (Pink Floyd)

    If more active, then most anything by Jeff Beck.


    LOL, guess I'm still stuck in the '70s!
     
  8. EverythingsHazy

    EverythingsHazy Well-Known Member

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    I like stuff that loops and adds/removes layers, like the following:
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  9. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    Reggae. And I don’t mean bob Marley. He’s amazing. But other reggae too. Just unreal.
     
  10. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Floyd is always a winner.
    Led Zep can be pretty good too.
    Reggae is always a good place to start.
    I usually surf Youtube to find something just right!

    Generally I will hit my playlist up which is Gothic, Industrial, Techno, Electronic dance, EBM, Punk, Ska, 80's, 90's and early 2000's. After that i pretty much stopped listening to new music as it all blew...
     
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  11. Gigsabits53

    Gigsabits53 Well-Known Member

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    Pink Floyd is always good
    I seem to like synthesizer music when Im high. Mannfred Mann comes to mind, if you are into that sort of music.
    Jazz is also good, Herp Alpert, Chuck Mangione, etc. Im an old fucker lol
    Another good one is Stanley Clarke, he plays bass, sort of a jazz fusion type stuff.
    In the end, its in the ears of the beholder :)
     
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  12. subway13029

    subway13029 Well-Known Member

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    Sublime and jj grey..his voice just grips my soul..I dunno why..maybe because he’s local so I get it..
     
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  13. BabyFacedFinster

    BabyFacedFinster Capo di tutt'i capi

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    As a teen, we would get stoned and listen to The Doors almost all the time. That rain sequence at the beginning of Riders on the Storm just takes me right back to my dorm room. :chill:

    When you were stoned, Jim would take you on a journey.
     
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  14. wall

    wall Well-Known Member

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    Tame impala, Egales, Pink Floyd
     
  15. Diggy Smalls

    Diggy Smalls Notorious

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    When I get off work, and it's time to blaze, I put on classic hip hop. In the morning, rock music, upbeat high. In the evening, acoustic music to help seea relaxing tone.
     
  16. Mr. Gweilo 420

    Mr. Gweilo 420 Dude

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    Me too. As a teenager the American Prayer album was just amazing. Jim turned me onto all kinds of things from acid to Kerouac and so much more. RIP Jim.
     
  17. LabPong

    LabPong Well-Known Member

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    Anything but rap and country.....
     
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  18. Mr. Gweilo 420

    Mr. Gweilo 420 Dude

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    ha ha I like to get high in my car. Townes Van Zant, Johnny Cash and Dr. Dre all get a good playing.
     
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  19. Egzoset

    Egzoset Vaporist of Borg

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    Salutations,

    A couple months ago i was lucky to discover the legacy of Aleah Liane Stanbridge (1976-2016) and her mate Juha Raivio, most likely with significant influence from their musician comrades as well.

    Actually it urns out her albums are free for distribution after Juha expressed this desire in non equivocal terms, quite evidently a tribute to her loving memory.

    The groups Swallow the Sun, Trees of Eternity and Hallatar belong to a "doom"/"neo-gothic" universe which may evoke intense emotions, not to mention while intoxicated... Perhaps for a less melancolic form of experimental entertainment i'd recommend starting with Heilung instead, as it's very energetic - and that's an euphemism!!

    :brow:

    Check the female signer's contribution to track #2 @ 7:30 for starters. Then explore that musical world further with #5 and #9, the later having more trippy vocals at some point, then #3, #8 (my favourite) and #7 i'd say.

    So it seems i've developped a taste for such art of juxtaposing highly contrasting and/or exotic voices, but not only. This live record below leaves me totally relax, especially after some hard training of the musical brain...

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    YouTube: The Song of the Butterfly [Hungary 2014] HD (2014-Jul-14)
    Enjoy!

    :tup:

    Good day, have fun!! :peace:
     
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  20. Morty

    Morty Well-Zoned Member

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    Anything & everything under the sun...AS LONG AS IT KICKS!!!

    http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/cool-music-to-vape-to-part-2.15704/

    http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/m...-late-70s-when-creative-genius-reigned.21582/

    http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/any-hip-hop-heads-in-the-building.15383/

    http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/uncool-music-to-vape-to-the-songs-everyone-around-you-hates.15617/

    FC indirectly got me back into metal. Once I started using water pieces again, it brought me straight back to my head banging teenage bong ripping metal daze.

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    I miss @momofthegoons. She loved anything & everything too (including the Afghan Whigs & Twilight Singers :luv:). Muah!!!
     
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    Helios Well-Known Member

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  22. Jojo_Vivant

    Jojo_Vivant Company Rep

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    foook!!

    I do love them, should go back to review some list again!!
     
  23. Jojo_Vivant

    Jojo_Vivant Company Rep

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    Mostly agreed, haha
    Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Bring me the horizon, Marilyn Manson, my favors in my late teens, still do...
     
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  24. Used2use

    Used2use Sometimes to stupid to become a fool

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    For those other 'dinosaurs' with large 'offline' music librarys - i recommend MusicIP Mixer, an old and bit crappy working beta, but the really the best algo for creating playlists based on a selected song (like apple genius without marketing hype BS)
     
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