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As someone who enjoys the occasional indulgence in mind-altering substances, I can attest to the fact that music takes on a whole new dimension when you’re high.
The right song can transport you to another world, heighten your senses, and make you feel like you’re floating on a cloud. But with so many options out there, it can be hard to know where to start. That’s where I come in.
After years of experimenting and exploring, I’ve compiled a list of the best songs to listen to when high. So sit back, light up, and let the music take you on a journey of discovery.
It’s inspired by Lord of the Rings and the combination of heavy and light guitar makes it the perfect choice to blow smoke rings to.
Because, well, doh.
The refined stoner’s song of choice, think Pink Floyd having a baby with John Lennon and you’ll be about there.
Reggae-rock and the ultimate sharing experience? You can’t go wrong, kick back and enjoy that bowl.
It’s the 5/4 meter that makes this song special, it helps to blur the edges when you’re high.
Sometimes, you’ve just gotta let your thoughts roam free and this is the song to do it to.
Psychedelic prog from the last decade? Count us in as the smoke haze shimmers.
If you want to know that others have been there before, Ludacris’ blueberry experience is great company.
You can’t have a stoner playlist and not include Saint Bob. It’s that simple.
When you just want to burst into song, then you want Tubthumping as your companion.
The video is as much a part of why this is perfect for a smoking experience as the song, lay back and be amazed.
Fergie sings about her love for weed and we love it.
You’re not a stone until you’ve spent an afternoon in the company of Pink Floyd and Comfortably Numb should be a highlight of that afternoon.
A song about the relief when the weed is finally delivered, don’t miss it.
When you want it old school, it doesn’t get cooler than a bit of Coltrane.
Get your water pipe, spark up and go with the flow.
Another legend of the stoner scene, can’t go wrong.
A meditation on the brilliance of the herb.
Kid Cuid sings his praises to the spliff and, yet, oddly he no longer smokes.
The whole album works but “wake up, bake up, gotta get my cake up.”
One of the few heavier rock bands that work perfectly with a blunt.
Get ready to party, this is the ultimate in cover versions.
The master of the guitar’s tribute to a smoke.
Yup, even Ozzy loves a puff and this is his hymn to the herb.
Bombastic, ridiculous, hilarious, for when you just want to liven things up.