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What are the mojo top 100 drug songs?

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saw it mentioned on the holy modal rounders list. no Mojo in my town (in too many ways, perhaps). What's their list? thanks.

nick ring (nick ring), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 03:32 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

A damn good list, I say. [And I apologize for breaking my no-more-lists-on-ILM rule, but it's an emergency! ;-) ]

* denotes single; ** denotes album track

1. Jefferson Airplane: "White Rabbit" (RCA, 1967)*
2. The Beatles: "Tomorrow Never Knows" (Parlophone, 1966)**
3. The Velvet Underground: "Heroin" (Verve, 1967)**
4. Rolling Stones: "Sister Morphine" (Rolling Stones, 1971)**
5. The Small Faces: "Here Comes the Nice" (Immediate, 1967)*
6. Grandmaster & Melle Mel: "White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)" (Sugarhill, 1983)*
7. Dillinger: "Cokane in My Brain" (Channel One, 1976)*
8. Love: "Signed D.C." (Elektra, 1966)**
9. Primal Scream: "Higher Than the Sun" (Creation, 1991)*
10. Plastic Ono Band: "Cold Turkey" (Apple, 1969)*
11. Neil Young: "The Needle and the Damage Done" (Reprise, 1972)**
12. Harry "the Hipster" Gibson: "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine?" (Musicraft, 1944)*
13. The Byrds: "Eight Miles High" (CBS, 1966)*
14. Fats Waller: "The Reefer Song" (V-Disc, 1943)*
15. Bob Dylan: "Rainy Day Women no. 12 & 35" (CBS, 1966)*
16. Ry Cooder/Buffy Sainte-Marie: "The Hashishin" (Warner Bros., 1970)**
17. Ramones: "Carbona Not Glue" (Sire, 1977)**
18. The Amboy Dukes: "Journey to the Center of the Mind" (Mainstream, 1968)*
19. Curtis Mayfield: "Pusherman" (Curtom, 1972)**
20. The Smoke: "My Friend Jack" (Columbia, 1967)*

M Matos (M Matos), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 06:53 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

21. Electric Prunes: "I Had Too Much to Dream (Last Night)" (Reprise, 1966)*
22. The Charlatans: "Codine Blues" (Big Beat, rec. 1966/rel. 1996)**
23. Country Joe & the Fish: "Section 43" (Rag Baby, 1966) [EP]
24. The Beatles: "Got to Get You Into My Life" (Parlophone, 1966)**
25. The Grateful Dead: "Dark Star" (Warner Bros., 1969)** [Live/Dead version]
26. John Prine: "Sam Stone" (Atlantic, 1971)**
27. The Velvet Underground: "I'm Waiting for the Man" (Verve, 1967)*
28. The Byrds: "Artificial Energy" (CBS, 1968)**
29. The Temptations: "Cloud Nine" (Motown, 1968)*
30. Lemonheads: "My Drug Buddy" (Atlantic, 1992)**
31. The Beatles: "Rain" (Parlophone, 1966)*
32. THe Heartbreakers: "Chinese Rocks" (Track, 1977)*
33. David Peel & the Lower East Side: "I Like Marijuana" (Elektra, 1968)**
34. Rodriguez: "Sugarman" (Sussex, 1970)**
35. The Jimi Hendrix Experience: "Purple Haze" (Track, 1967)*
36. Oasis: "Morning Glory" (Creation, 1995)**
37. Arlo Guthrie: "Coming into Los Angeles" (Reprise, 1969)**
38. David Essex: "Rock on" (CBS, 1973)*
39. Tim Hardin: "Red Balloon" (Verve-Forecast, 1967)**
40. Happy Mondays: "Do It Better" (Factory, 1988)**

M Matos (M Matos), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 06:59 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

41. Black Sabbath: "Sweet Leaf" (Vertigo, 1971)**
42. 13th Floor Elevators: "Roller Coaster" (International Artists, 1966)**
43. My Bloody Valentine: Glider EP (Creation, 1990)
44. Funkadelic: "Maggot Brain" (Westbound, 1971)**
45. Country Joe & the Fish: "Bass Strings" (Vanguard, 1967)**
46. Phil Phillips "Sea of Love" and "The Evil Dope" (Khoury's/Mercury, 1959 and Lanor, 1972)* and *
47. MC5: "Rocket Reducer no. 62" (Elektra, 1969)**
48. Ella Fitzgerald w/Chick Webb & His Orchestra: "Wacky Dust" (Decca, 1938)*
49. The Third Bardo: "Lose Your Mind" (Sundazed, 1967) [EP]
50. Flowered Up: "Weekender" (Heavenly, 1991)*
51. Kenny Rogers & the First Edition: "Just Stopped In (to See What Condition My Condition Was In)" (Reprise, 1967)*
52. Louis Armstrong: "Muggles" (OKeh, 1929)*
53. Rick James: "Mary Jane" (Motown, 1978)**
54. The Only Ones: "Another Girl, Another Planet" (CBS, 1978)*
55. The Allman Brothers Band: "Whipping Post" (Capricorn, 1969)**
56. Roland Stone: "Junco Partner/Preachers Daughter" (Ace, 1961)*
57. The Fall: "Totally Wired" (Rough Trade, 1980)*
58. Bert Jansch: "Needle of Death" (Transatlantic, 1965)**
59. KRS-One: "I Can't Wake Up" (Jive, 1993)*
60. Bomb the Bass: "Bug Powder Dust" (Stoned Heights/Island, 1995)*

M Matos (M Matos), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 07:05 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

61. Primal Scream: "Loaded" (Creation, 1991)*
62. The Holy Modal Rounders: "If You Want to Be a Bird a.k.a. Bird Song" (Elektra, 1968)*
63. Empirion: "Narcotic Influence" (Wanted/XL, 1994)*
64. Traffic: "Hole in My Shoe" (Island, 1967)*
65. The Orb: "Little Fluffy Clouds" (Big Life, 1990)*
66. Etta James: "I'd Rather Go Blind" (Chess, 1967)*
67. Eric Burdon & the Animals: "A Girl Named Sandoz" (MGM, 1967)*
68. Pink Floyd: "Astronomy Domine" (Columbia, 1967)**
69. The Flamin' Groovies: "Slow Death" (United Artists, 1972)*
70. The Rolling Stones: "Mother's Little Helper" (Decca, 1966)*
71. Pulp: "Sorted for E's & Wizz" (Island, 1995)*
72. Spacemen 3: "Walkin' with Jesus" (Glass, 1986)*
73. The Dramatics: "The Devil is Dope" (Stax, 1973)*
74. The Temptations: "Psychedelic Shack" (Tamla, 1970)*
75. Billy Boy Arnold: "Whiskey, Beer & Reefer" and "Sunday Morning Blues" (Alligator, 1993 and 1995)** and **
76. Underworld: "Born Slippy" (Junior Boys Own, 1995)*
77. The Stranglers: "Golden Brown" (Liberty, 1981)*
78. The Other Half: "Mr. Pharmacist" (GNP Crescendo, 1968)*
79. The Beach Boys: "Good Vibrations" (Capitol, 1966)*
80. Queens of the Stone Age: "Feel Good Hit of the Summer" (Interscope, 2000)*

M Matos (M Matos), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 07:17 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

81. The Count Five: "Psychotic Reaction" (Double Shot, 1966)*
82. Bob Dylan: "Desolation Row (Live)" (Sheffield, May 1966) [from Genuine 1966 Live bootleg]
83. Steppenwolf: "The Pusher" (Stateside, 1968)**
84. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: "Ah Feel Like Ahcid" (Blue Thumb, 1968)**
85. The Chemical Brothers: "The Private Psychedelic Reel" (Virgin, 1997)*
86. Donovan: "Hurdy Gurdy Man" (Pye, 1968)*
87. The Creation: "How Does It Feel to Feel" (Polydor, 1968)*
88. Fingers Inc.: "Mystery of Love" (Alleviated, 1985)*
89. Townes Van Zandt: "Waitin' Around to Die" (Poppy, 1968)**
90. Husker Du: "Pink Turns to Blue" (SST, 1984)**
91. James Brown: "King Heroin" (Polydor, 1972)*
92. The Doors: "The Crystal Ship" (ELektra, 1967)*
93. Fred Neil: "Sweet Cocaine" (Capitol, 1967)**
94. King Hannibal: "The Truth Shall Make You Free" (Aware, 1972)*
95. Cab Calloway: "Reefer Man" (Brunswick, 1932)*
96. Syd Barrett: "If It's in You" (Harvest, 1970)**
97. Wink: "Higher State of Consciousness" (Strictly Rhythm, 1995)*
98. Brewer & Shipley: "One Toke Over the Line" (Kama Sutra, 1971)*
99. Peter Cook and Dudley Moore: "The L.S. Bumble Bee" (Decca, 1967)*
100. Afroman: "Because I Got High" (Universal, 2001)*

M Matos (M Matos), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 07:23 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

dang.. that is a pretty good list, I gotta say. sure there's things that should be on there and sure we can quibble on some... but one of the better top XX I've seen in a while.

nick ring (nick ring), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 14:54 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

i have to get down in the 70's before seeing any spacemen3? that's RUBBISH!!! other than that, erm, surprisingly not-bad.

kate, Tuesday, 3 December 2002 15:09 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

That Fingers Inc song is a really weird choice. It's a great song, but a strange one to put in a top 100 drugs list. Is it the token house record?

Jacob (Jacob), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 15:50 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

What is the significance of the * and **'s?

o. nate (onate), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 15:54 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Oh, never mind. I see it was given at the top of the list.

o. nate (onate), Tuesday, 3 December 2002 15:55 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

one year passes...
Naggy Suts disagrees!!!!

Mark Thomas Johns, Monday, 29 March 2004 23:34 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

By the way....my number is 245-5553. Call me for some horny times!!! Bitch.

Mark Thomas Johns Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Monday, 29 March 2004 23:36 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

405 area code...I'm a fucking moron!

Mark Thomas Johns, Monday, 29 March 2004 23:37 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

How is "Desolation Row" a drug song?

Mr. Snrub (Mr. Snrub), Tuesday, 30 March 2004 02:35 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Yeah cos all those people were alive at the same time
Even the imaginary ones

Duh think about it, Tuesday, 30 March 2004 02:37 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

three weeks pass...
I love your songs they are friggen amazing i love getting high its great =) e-mail me back ASAP!! l8ter

Vanessa, Tuesday, 20 April 2004 11:22 (thirteen years ago) Permalink

Just say no kids, just say no.

hmmm (hmmm), Tuesday, 20 April 2004 12:03 (thirteen years ago) Permalink


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