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Blind Melon Chitlin - Cheech & Chong - Cheech And Chong (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. (Redirected from Blind Melon Chitlin) Cheech And Chong is the self-titled debut album of Cheech & Chong, produced by Lou Adler. It features "Dave", one of their most famous routines. The album peaked at #28 on the Billboard the week of March 4, Genre: Comedy.
  2. I don't think my brother on Guam or his friends in the Mekong Delta ever heard the Vietnam skit. It's , when I told my brother to listen to it I never saw the CD again. The guys and girls at VFW post probably loved it to. How Cheech and Chong can help keep /5(91).
  3. Cheech & Chong Cheech And Chong records, LPs and CDs.
  4. Blind Melon is an American rock band formed in in Los Angeles, California, by five musicians: three from Mississippi, one from Pennsylvania and one from cerrikardtabidemalansropmigersi.co band currently consists of guitarists Rogers Stevens and Christopher Thorn, drummer Glen Graham, vocalist Travis Warren and bassist Nathan Towne. They are best known for their hit "No Rain", and enjoyed critical and.
  5. Cheech & Chong are a comedy duo consisting of Richard Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong, who found a wide audience in the s and s for their stand-up routines, which were based upon the era's hippie, free love and (especially) drug culture cerrikardtabidemalansropmigersi.co played a cholo from Los Angeles, while Chong was a burnt-out "druggie" whose entire life revolved around getting high.
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  7. Artist/Title appear as 'Cheech & Chong' on the labels and 'Cheech And Chong' on the front cover artwork and on the spine. Ode Sounds & Visuals logo to the left of the striped WB labels, sides A & B are indicated as 'Uno' and 'Ye' respectively. On back cover: Under the direction of Ode Sounds & Visuals [Logo] next to the WB Records logo/5(21).
  8. I don't think my brother on Guam or his friends in the Mekong Delta ever heard the Vietnam skit. It's , when I told my brother to listen to it I never saw the CD again. The guys and girls at VFW post probably loved it to. How Cheech and Chong can help keep /5(94).