The 10 Greatest Stoner Albums

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Herbie Hancock, ‘Head Hunters’: Jazz keyboardist Herbie Hancock began the Seventies by cutting a heady trio of electronics-laden albums.

Pharcyde, ‘Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde’: If Dr. Dre's Cali-weed dream sometimes feels like a paranoid-gangsta nightmare.

King Sunny Ade, ‘The Classic Years’: Recorded from 1967 to 1974 – well over a decade before the master of Nigerian juju was being billed .

David Crosby, ‘If I Could Only Remember My Name’: Like a super-stoned campfire jam with an A-list of Cali hippie-rockers – including Joni Mitchell .

Os Mutantes, ‘Os Mutantes: Os Mutantes were kids when they made this debut: Sergio Dias Baptista was only 17.

Wilco, ‘Sky Blue Sky: Irony alert: the record about Jeff Tweedy’s post-rehab coolout period is by far Wilco's weediest.

Beach House, ‘Devotion: The Baltimore duo's second album was the perfect deep-toking soundtrack for late-'00s indie kids: a drifty.

Fleet Foxes, ‘Fleet Foxes: Conjuring guitar mass at the Church of Our Lady of Green Bud.

The Congos, ‘Heart of the Congos’: Plenty of classic reggae albums came in instrumental dub versions.

Sigur Rós, ‘Ágætis byrjun:Turn off your mind, relax and float . . . off? Up? Out? On their breakthrough album.

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