Cheech and Chong - 4 albums, 1 single 1975-1985
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After the triumphs of their first four albums, all hailed as comedy gems, Cheech and Chong’s act began to stale. In 1975 instead of a new album they issued a single to ride the “Jaws” film phenomenon – “(How I Spent My Summer Vacation) Or A Day At The Beach With Pedro And Man.” The single peaked at #15 on the Billboard singles chart. Fans had to wait until 1976 for the next stoner comedy fix. “Sleeping Beauty” was the uneven album the duo delivered. While it reached #25 on the Billboard Top 200 album chart, it remained on the charts only 13 weeks. It was a sign of things to come.
Included here are the albums of new material Cheech and Chong released between 1976 and 1985.
"Sleeping Beauty” (1976)
The “Up In Smoke” soundtrack (1978)
“Let’s Make A New Dope Deal” (1980)
“Get Out Of My Room” (1985)
as well as a stand-alone .wav file of their 1975 single “(How I Spent My Summer Vacation) Or A Day At The Beach With Pedro And Man.”