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Cheech & Chong
Cheech & Chong
Cheech & Chong
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
 
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Though it sounds like it was conceived and recorded between bong hits inside a college dormitory, Cheech & Chong's 1971 debut album was actually the product of years of comedic honing. In the late 1960s, guitarist Tommy Ch...  more »

      
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All Artists: Cheech & Chong
Title: Cheech & Chong
Members Wishing: 8
Total Copies: 0
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Release Date: 1/29/1991
Genres: Special Interest, Pop
Style: Comedy & Spoken Word
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 075992736824

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Though it sounds like it was conceived and recorded between bong hits inside a college dormitory, Cheech & Chong's 1971 debut album was actually the product of years of comedic honing. In the late 1960s, guitarist Tommy Chong founded a musical/performance art troupe called City Works. The venture was short-lived, but it introduced him to fellow boho-prankster Richard "Cheech" Marin. When City Works faltered, the duo hitched their wagon to the burgeoning drug culture of the day, and Cheech & Chong was born. Their brand of humor wasn't particularly innovative--after all, making comedy for stoners is like preaching to the choir--but it was unquestionably of its time, and more importantly, it took greater steps toward anesthetizing the "drug menace" than any government program ever has. Cheech & Chong treats drug consumption as a harmless, hapless joke; "Drug Czar" William Bennett could learn a lot from these cats. --Matt Hanks

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Track Listing
lucedays | Vermont | 02/25/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Side 1

1-Blind Melon Chitlin'
2-Wink Dinkerson
3-Acapulco Gold Filters
4-Vietnam
5-Trippin' in Court

Side 2

1-Dave
2-Emergency Ward
3-Welcome to Mexico
4-The Pope: Live at the Vatican
5-Cruisin' with Pedro de Pacas
6-Waiting for Dave"
Great Material, but Poor Recording Quality
Somewhere in Montana | Montana | 01/07/2009
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Classic Cheech&Chong, but the recording quality was horrible.
One minute I would have to have the volume full blast just to make out the words, and then suddenly I would have to drop the volume drastically to keep from being blown away. Sadly this went back and forth throughout much of the album."