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Amerijuanican

Amerijuanican
Studio album by Bongzilla
Released September 27, 2005
Recorded 2005
Genre Stoner metal
Length 43:05
Label Relapse
Producer Bongzilla, Wendy Schneider
Bongzilla chronology
Gateway
(2002)
Amerijuanican
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic [1]

Amerijuanican is the fourth full-length album by stoner metal band Bongzilla. It was released in September 2005 by Relapse Records. The album title is a portmanteau of the words "American" and "marijuana". It was the band's first album to feature new member "Dixie Dave" on bass. The song "Champagne & Reefer" is a cover of blues legend Muddy Waters.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Production 2
  • Personnel 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Track listing

  • All songs written by Bongzilla, except where noted.
  1. "Amerijuanican" - 6:46
  2. "Kash Under Grass" - 4:22
  3. "Tri-Pack Master" - 3:05
  4. "Cutdown" - 6:59
  5. "Weedy Woman" - 4:24
  6. "Stonesphere" - 12:26
  7. "Champagne & Reefer" - 4:46 (McKinley Morganfield)

Production

  • Produced by Bongzilla & Wendy Schneider
  • Recorded, engineered & mixed by Wendy Schneider
  • Mastered by Daniel Stout

Personnel

  • Mike "Muleboy" Makela: Guitars, vocals
  • Jeff "Spanky" Schultz: Guitars
  • "Dixie" Dave Collins: Bass
  • Mike "Magma" Henry: Drums, percussion

References

  1. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Amerijuanican - Bongzilla".  

External links

  • AmerijuanicanProduction credits for
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