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Mr Mittens, proving weed isn't good for you.
March 24, 2002 8:06 PM   Subscribe

Mr Mittens, proving weed isn't good for you. A group of guys smoke a LOT of weed and then they write and record songs while high. This results in some funnily crazy and extremely odd recordings (featuring lyrics such as 'I wish my deodorant would kill me') They have about 20-30 mp3s available for download and sadly enough my modem will be getting them all in the next 24 hours..
posted by wackybrit (9 comments total)

 
Warning: Certain people are bound to find some of their lyrics offensive, so this is just my warning. And, yes, it's awful music, almost as bad as Marilyn Manson's cover of Tainted Love, but hey, they're STONED! (Link found via Renee)
posted by wackybrit at 8:42 PM on March 24, 2002


i just had this horrible accident where I leaned back in my chair and spilled weed into my bong and i fell over and flicked the lighter and accidentally spilled dope smoke into my lungs 10 times and stayed home from work.

We should operate immediately.

(www.jerkcity.com people)
posted by Settle at 9:34 PM on March 24, 2002


Musicians recording while high!? Inconceivable!! Unprecedented!!!
posted by rodii at 10:27 PM on March 24, 2002


Underwear!!!

sorry... couldn't help myself.
posted by ODiV at 10:32 PM on March 24, 2002


"A group of guys smoke a LOT of weed and then they write and record songs while high."

sounds like now humans have done everything, so prepare for the world to end.
posted by blackholebrain at 10:33 PM on March 24, 2002


for fans of this genre, i can highly recommend the parents
posted by sawks at 12:18 AM on March 25, 2002


And Triton and Nereid

(thanks, brit).
posted by holloway at 1:02 AM on March 25, 2002


Musicians recording while high!? Inconceivable!! Unprecedented!!!

what, no Meat Puppets mentioned yet!?
posted by y2karl at 6:41 PM on March 25, 2002


You know, there isn't much music I can't find something good to say about.

This is some.
posted by rodii at 7:23 PM on March 25, 2002


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