Happy 4/20! Here’s The Ultimate Stoner Album List

Yes, this is a 4/20 post — so cliche, so overdone, so unnecessary. But what do you know? You’re probably high af right now anyway. Today is a day for you, our stoners friends, and I care about what you want, so I compiled a list of stoner albums just for you.

Now I’ll confess, I’m not the guy to ask when it comes to stoner lists. I’ve tried enough, but it didn’t take. It’s my character flaw, not yours and I’ll own it (and my boss is reading this…). Don’t let me drag you down, man.

You know who is a stoner and knows a lot of things thoguh? The Internet, that’s who. Oh, don’t deny it, Internet, I know what you are. You can’t make a stoner album list without consulting the Internet. Clearly, with the help of my friend Google (haha, Google, that’s a funny name), I wasn’t wrong. You delivered lists upon lists upon lists upon lists, Internet! “Top 8,” “top 25”, “top 40,” and so on of albums meant for stoners across the globe.

Are they albums to get stoned to? Albums by stoners? Albums with stoner artwork? Like, I don’t know, man. Who cares? You’re the toker-in-chief, I’ll leave that up to you.

View the list: Blaze up with these 100 Stonerific albums for all your 4/20 needs.

Fine print: This list can only be legally consumed by residents of Washington, Oregon, Alaska, California, Nevada, Michigan, Colorado, Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine, and DC. Some of you need to consult your physician first. The rest of you, well, just keep “reading” anyway. That’s what you’ve already been doing for decades, right?

About the list

Total lists used to make one giant list: seven

Why seven, you ask? Why not eight or nine? Because. That’s why! We broke down to bring you the stoner album list to end all stoner album lists. Don’t question it, dude. Here are the lists we used:

Number of albums with more than one appearance: 13

  • These are the first 13 on the linked list. Surprise! Dark Side of the Moon tops the list with four separate appearances.

Number of artists with more than one album: six

And an honorable mention to Method Man, with a solo and group (via Wu-Tang) appearance.

Genre Breakdown

Let’s do this one in chart form and let’s use a weird, hard to understand graph because you’re probably high right now and I’m just being mean-spirited.

Total Entries by Genre

This adds up to more than the sum of the list not because I’m stoned right now, but because many albums appear in more than one genre of the Discogs database.

Decade Of Release

By the way, this is probably definitive proof that millennials do all the internet lists.

Entries vs. Decade

Celebrate 4/20 right. Get comfy, smoke a bowl and listen to some sweet tunes. Check out stoner rock albums on Discogs! (BYO weed)

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3 Comments
  • May 9,2019 at 15:19

    Queens of the Stone Age…stoner rock ?? If you say so. Anyway my comment is more fundamental than genre issues. I couldn’t even FIND the stoner rock list from the URLs provided, oh well I’m not really into stoner rock anyhow.

  • Apr 22,2019 at 15:08

    The problem here is that the list is compiled from lists that miss out entire categories of music and sub-culture, in the original lists there is nothing like Hawkwind, Can, Neu!, Sonic Youth, Butthole Surfers, Ween, Psychic Tv, Throbbing Gristle, Syd Barrett, Spacemen 3 etc etc, first time I’ve ever seen Nevermind described as a stoner album.

  • Apr 20,2018 at 17:14

    You should’ve used any list made by High Times Magazine, bruh.

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