You will be glad you did. A little bit of fuzzed out soloing happens somewhere under the smoke, and they ride a nice little heavy riff to a close, nearly 10 minutes later. And long, of course. In comes some very, very distorted vocals. Surprisingly the track does have a conclusion and a very calm, matter-of-fact one at that. Immediately after the solo the Weed Priest chants a line which surprisingly turns out to be a quite "catchy" one. Aww man, these have got to be some of the best vocals I’ve ever heard. It is not monolithic, unless you call plucking the lowest strings on your guitar and bass and letting them ring monolithic. They are the flag-bearers of the stoner metal genre, taking Sabbathean doom and Iommi worshiping riffs and melding them into three amazing albums. It stays at one tempo the whole time, which is a long time. My favourite part of the song is on side C. Here it gets really religious. The Bay Area … After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. Dopesmoker is long for the sake of being long. There are also solos that are spread out throughout this musical treasure chest. The latter isn't really part of the album in my opinion and should just be seen as a bonus. When you hear the end of this album it’s weird remembering that there was a reality when this music wasn’t playing. I don't know what it means or if there is any thought behind those lyrics at all but it just fits so perfectly that you once again have a picture in your head. Let the song take you places, it's an amazing experience. Then, suddenly, when it ends I wake up. There are criticisms, I guess? It stands out to me as something different, even within its given genre. God...fucking...damn. It takes a special kind of stoner to appreciate all the biblical stuff allusions in the lyrics, the kind of stoner that went to Sunday school as a kid and things just sort of stuck. Skepticism are monolithic, so are Mael Mordha. Marijuanaut escapes earth to cultivate. Sleep has never been better. Weird, trippy effects, odd sounds at certain places....it seems like everytime I listen to it I hear something new. This album is a mammoth release from stoner kings, Sleep. Maybe I have to be high to understand and enjoy this 63-minute, one-song stoner metal album. What a beautiful slab of heavy, sludgy, riff laden mastery this is. This album is the tits. It's the soundtrack to an extended ritual of worship. Before this all subsides into the calmest, fuck, maybe even most MELODIC piece on the whole album. It contains one sixty-three minute long song and one nearly ten minute long bonus song which was recorded live in the studio. It would be a safe assumption to say that for most of the music listening populous Sleep's opus, Dopesmoker, would be the musical equivalent of undergoing trephination while overdosing on Ambien, but for those with an open mind and a spliff it is nothing short of nirvana. Highlights- Specifically, 43 minute mark to the end. It sounds familiar but has it already changed? I think the entire album up to this point was designed to knock to you the fuck out so that they could ram your shell-shocked mind with further pure meaning, mostly about weed, but (I like to think) also about a million other things that, if we keep listening, we’ll slowly start to understand. This certainly isn't a record for everyone. I detect no evolution in the sound of Dopesmoker, being stuck on the same riffs for large amounts of time. It is definitely not for everyone, but if you love stoner metal/rock, doom metal, drone or sludge this is a wonderful album for you. I can't say more good things about Dopesmoker. It … You can put this album on when you're buzzed and just hearing it will make gravity seem to double it's so heavy. You’ll decapitate yourself headbanging to this. There are also lots of mentions of important biblical places, but I think these are only there to an even clearer picture in your head. We all know the legend of how Jerusalem and Dopesmoker came about. Oh wait, there goes the bass! Letting the thick, bassy riffs flow through your head will feel amazing. But when I heard underground rumblings about Jerusalem and it's proposed 60 minute single song running time, I got a bit skeptical. That makes it METAL. Dopesmoker is an alternative version of Jerusalem. His bass is quite deafening, and is very much as big a part of the music as the guitar is, and his playing is superb as always. The same score stands for both, maybe plus one point here for the good extra song. And it is, just that, a thing. Thrash-heads would find this very boring. And that's this "album" in a nutshell. It works though, that's the thing, you put it on, wonder when they're gonna play a different note and BANG one hour later you're rubbing your eyes and cricking your neck, thoroughly discombobulated by it all. Classic stoner metal. Sometimes you just focus on the strung out guitar chords, or the drums that while pounding can feel light and just the right beat at any moment. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2012 Green Translucent Vinyl release of Dopesmoker on Discogs. Listened to "Dopesmoker" all the way through.Hour plus. There’s so little variation, and even the riffs are lackluster and the overall sound of the instruments is poor. His riffs on Dopesmoker are colossal, gargantuan affairs. If you still find yourself intrigued by the idea of this hour-long stoner metal song, skip a few minutes in, and you’ll shortly be able to tell if this album will be to your liking. It's a pretty simple but effective Doom song with vocals that remind me of Ozzy Osbourne and songwriting that is similar to Sleep's "Holy Mountain". It's an experience and every listen is different. Sleep-Dopesmoker 2xLP 180 gram vinyl 1st press: 1,000 Picture LPs 1,500 Black 3,500 Kelly Green 2,000 Clear 2nd press: 4,000 Translucent Dark Purple 1,000 Translucent Blue 3rd press: 2,000 Hasheeshian 2,600 Indica 4th press: 3,000 Black 1,000 Clear Green 5th press: 4,000 Black/Green 6th press: 3,000 Sativa Ambition might not be the first thing you think of when you listen to this hour long epic but after more than a dozen spins it has to be on your mind. It's as if a cosmic force has infiltrated the musicians and imbued them with a mission to lead us to a Promised Land, as suggested in the lyrics, and that mission has its own liturgy that Sleep must teach or channel to us and we should follow if we seek enlightenment or redemption from sin. In the December 2000 issue of Spin the album was referred to as "brilliant" and as a "stoner touchstone". It sounds almost completely different compared to the main track on the album and it obviously has a different production value too, because it was recorded live. After which, it’s heads down for another 5 or 6 minutes of outrageous stoner-rock (hahahhaha, this HAS to be about the only band on earth that probably wouldn’t mind the “Stoner-Rock” label) before OH JESUS, BENDY BASS LICK INTO 3 MINUTE FUCKING VOLCANIC META-SOLO. When there is a defined riff going on, they ride on it for about 10 minutes at a time, hypnotically pounding it into the listener's brain until the ears are numb. Everything about this song is so BIG, it's just non-stop, hypnotic, rolling metal. The chorus-ed up guitar picks a weird semi-melody over some of the most restrained and down-fucking-right TASTEFULL drumming and bass playing I’ve ever heard. This album is basically a concept album, in the musical sense. The musicianship of this band is amazing, 3 guys and copius amounts of Marijuana plus LSD created Sabbathian masterpieces that will stand the test of all time (and space). No wonder the band never did anything again after this. This page includes SLEEP Dopesmoker's : cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, buy online: ebay and amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by some experts, collaborators and members. Please do yourself a favor. It's got tone, drone, and is just massively crushing. The riff that seemed agonizing at first, now builds a mighty wall of sound accompanied by the other instruments. The dents are minor, but sad to see on a brand new album. Dopesmoker is a stoner metal music album recording by SLEEP released in 2003 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Now, we finally get to hear and experience the entire song, along with an unreleased track. WITH BONG IN HAND” May 14, 2012. To be honest, this is the only band that in my opinion can be classified as pure stoner doom. You can find this style of vocals in NO other band, it's a weird mixture of growling, monk chanting and Sleep's vocals on earlier albums. Sonic Titan, the bonus track on the 2003 issue of Dopesmoker from Tee-Pee Records, was a far better addition to the album, and I truly have no clue why Southern Lord would choose not to include it this time around. A bass wielding, chanting God. 16 people found this helpful This disc is a must have for stoner rock fans. Not to mention SLOW (what were you expecting; it is a FUCKING HOUR LONG). Less an exercise in musical technique and moreso an exercise in memorising decimal places in pi. I picked up their debut album upon it's release and truly dug the sloth and overwhelming depressive power it had. I will completely concur with the author of the review of "Jerusalem," who said that this song (heard here as Dopesmoker, in all its 63 minute glory) is certainly a love-it-or-hate-it affair. The band stumble on, pausing now and again as if to say “yeah, we might finish here”, but of course they don’t, they career headlong into the next stupidly simple but effective riff, the singer’s wisdom forever delivered in this agonizing 1-note melody. I like the picture on the cover, though. It's the heaviest thing I've ever heard in my life. The first real change in guitar work occurs at about 14 minutes when the riff stops and an epic solo starts which sounds (like the rest of the solos on the album) like a classic Doom Metal solo and a really awesome one too. Then an explosive riff, with the 3rd or so uttering of the lyrics "PROCEEDS THA WEED-EE-UHN...NAZ-UH-RETTTTH" and it's said with such a thick voice that it's trance inducing, along with the completely bass-driven composure. The band, amazingly, relents, fuck, I’m listening right now and all I can say is After that, Sleep return to business as usual, concentrating on pushing that pulsing deep rhythm ever onwards, wherever it may lead, with emphasis on long extended bass drones, a steady time-keeping drumbeat and chanting vocals. Been listening to this a lot lately. Reviews CD Review: SLEEP Dopesmoker. The vooooooooooocaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllllllls sooooooooooooooooound like thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis. At about eight minutes the curtain rises for the singer, from now on referred to as "Weed priest" because this is exactly what his voice in combination with the mystic lyrics sounds like. Why did someone have to create something so meaningful, yet absolutely unexplicable and formless? (Even though their names are on the front of this page I’ve made no attempt to learn them, incase they’ve got shitty normal-bloke sounding names like Steve, instead of righteous-superhuman-mystikal-Zen-motherfucker names of which I can’t think of right now) After this intro, you could be forgiven for forgetting what drums and bass actually sound like, which is great, because the rhythm section soon crunches in, and shave my knees and call me Mary if they aren’t the all time-greatest rhythm section you’ve ever heard. The riffs could maybe be a bit more interesting. It seems built up on a monster of a riff, with really trance-like vocals that are part chant and part growl. I honestly like this more than Holy Mountain all because of the conceptual storyline balanced with the heavy riffage and thick swampy production and bass. One tune. Note: allusions to the Bible don’t make you a lyrical genius. P.S.- Dope+Dopesmoker=absolute aural orgasm (bring tissues and condoms). His vocals are also different from Holy Mountain, being less of a relaxed chant, and more of a booming howl. You'll hear different things in it every time, and every time, it'll leave you needing painkillers because you *will* have a headache after listening to this all the way through, I guarantee it. Sid’s vocal performance on this is also completely different from his bellows on Dopesmoker. Sleep, as a band, are also at their tightest on this album, making Dopesmoker that much more awesome. The vocal is more naturally human and the music follows the singing almost note for note, injecting a jagged and very hard, almost brutal mood. The contract fell through, and Sleep disbanded. Others would find the intricate sounds buried throughout, and appreciate this piece for its sheer genius. It's supposed to be trance inducing and hypnotic." At the level Sleep operate on, the patient and persistent (or completely mesmerised) listener will note every small change and variation in what's basically an ongoing sound / rhythm texture piece and the most significant difference comes at about the 40th minute (more than halfway into the piece) where reverbed lead guitar launches into a near-hellish roar and for a while the track simulates a retro-1960s ambience with delicate guitar teardrops tracing a lonely repeating melody in a dark space. It's no secret that Sleep smoked a hell of a lot of marjiuana, and the lyrics certainly reflect that. The crashing of drums and Al's vocals add to the overall "heavy" sensation. I found it. I mean a goddamn hour long song with an extra song for kicks just screams to be heard. The bass drum is difficult to hear, and the snare has a strange, muted yet echoing quality, which likely ties to production. Pick your battles. Sleep chose the second route and succeeded magnificently. There are a few changes, including three admittedly pretty good, long (but a little sloppy) guitar solos, and a soft break at about 41 minutes in. Yes. The bass is audible, usually following the guitar. Genres: Stoner Metal, Doom Metal. You can still see all customer reviews for the product. DOPESMOKER isn't really a bad or good thing, it's just kind of "there" which doesn't inspire much love from me. Also it helps if you and a friend can hit the Waffle House afterwards to help you understand the mind blowingness of Dopesmoker. The music. The vocalist sounds like he is struggling to take a massive dump, but fortunately, vocals are more sparse than in most songs. Come on. It’s a neat document of where Sleep were at as a live band in 1994, but I don’t think anyone will listen to it more than once. I don't think it was the exact purpose, but the last part of Dopesmoker is undoubtedly the most magical one. High on Fire is good, but this is his magnum opus. They’re actually quite jazzy, and don’t seem out of place at all throughout this song. Sleep play with words that just sound epic and kind of dark sometimes and also here and there use references to some magic green plant. Nevertheless, the vast majority of the song is completely tedious, but not unbearable. That doesn't happen often This album is like Breaking Bad. Worthy of your top shelf records. This album makes you feel like you are stoned as you journey through the blistering desert carrying the largest (and first) shipment of cannabis to the sacred city of Nazareth. For the next few minutes the listener could think the riff never changes but actually there are minor differences in the constant repetition of the theme. I just tried to do my best explaining to you why this album is so damn good but the last step is up to you, so just get it. Now that’s not to say that there are no highlights in this fucking leviathan of a song. I have found out that time has no meaning when I start spinning it. If you say this album is not heavy, you really need to get your ears checked. The song is admittedly very hard to take in one sitting, but once you finally click with it, you’ll fall in love with it. It's truly a shame he retired from music. Just get this damn album and LISTEN YOURSELF. Al is an amazing songwriter too, well to stoners at least. Then, just to emphasize the no-frills-attached no-bells-and-whistles form of pure meaning he’s just unleashed, he sings both lines again. Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2013. But a couple months later, I decide to give this a try and it absolutely DESTROYED MY BOWELS. Insert a valid review ID. Top subscription boxes – right to your door, © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates. http://sleepsl.bandcamp.com/releaseshttps://www.southernlord.com/releases/view/dopesmoker Weed helps but it isn't necessary, it's an extremely immersive album, it is big and womb-warm and enveloping, it's has a thicker atmosphere than Venus, it's more cavernous than your mum's gine. It doesn't get boring. See, I also enjoy the Melvins, a band who's voyages into slow-motion trance doom have always tripped me out (especially the LYSOL EP, which is everything DOPESMOKER is not). It could never be topped. This is Moses talking to God on Sinai. This pressing has some of the prettiest cover artwork, and plays really clean. I know, it is a remake of Jerusalem, but I had already heared the original version and I wanted to try this. 2015, 2 12" vinyls, Southern Lord Recordings (Reissue, Remastered). When played together, the tone is reminiscent of a lawnmower. Now you’ve got the gist of the entire album. First, the opus itself. There is an inherent majesty implied in monolithic, which Dopesmoker thoroughly lacks. It's the best parts of Sabbath, except with cranked Metamps and three guys being strung out on some serious conceptual shit. His work on all of Sleep's albums, especially this one, are testaments to stamina and skill, and he's damn good at what he does. The story makes this song and album even more interesting and adds a conceptual feel to it, so those who say it is boring are idiotic. Now I'm at 21 minutes. This has, like I said, probably less than 10. A lot of people view the lyrics as corny but really they are full of originality and creativity, it describes a long, hazy, smoke filled trek that only the most open of minds can handle. I'm not going to update you every 3 minutes. Sleep are a band totally unlike any other and even if bearing some similar traits to other bands, their music is comepletely different. 4 bucks. This album is the pinnacle of stoner metal. You simply have to listen to it at least once in your life. But, man, what an album. An album that not only has to do with "sleep", not only actively wastes my time, is a tad ambitious, but is also an attentive listen. I wish I was there the day they made up this part, just so I could soak up the genius. Just great Doom/Stoner Metal with a great cover. Make no mistake, you will feel those 63 minutes at times. The band churn on, slowly fucking with this monolithic-fuckin-enormo-riff until 8mins 30, at which point, in the most ridiculously sub-human, drawn out voice you’ll ever hear, SLEEP-GLISH IS BORN, MOTHERFUCKERS. There isn’t a fuckin syllable wasted on this whole album. $75,000 was spent on this track all on Orange amplifiers and ganja when asked to make a more mainstream release. Actually a pretty cool effect. Released 8 May 2012 on Southern Lord (catalog no. They sound more like traditional stoner/doom vocals. Featured peformers: Arik Roper (artwork). And the bass is absolutely wonderful, blending in with the guitar tone well and adding to the general atmosphere of HEAVY. Hardly anything new or stimulating happens throughout Dopesmoker’s bloated runtime, the most thrilling occurrence the switch between simple, forgettable riff to another forgettable riff. This is widely considered Sleep's #1 Masterpiece aside from Sleep's Holy Mountain. This one starts alot like a "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" era Black Sabbath song, with some mid-paced riffage, but that doesn't last long, before turning into a fuzz-bomb at about 50 bpm. This is one of the best stoner metal albums out there. “FOLLOW THE SMOKE Not to mention his work on Om's first few albums. Outer box was not damaged but the album sleeve itself has 2 dented corners, which was disappointing since I had planned to frame the cover. Lyrics deal with marijuana and Biblical themes. If you're not into stoner doom or have not listened to Sleep before I doubt that you will enjoy this. But for my taste, their sophomore effort SLEEP's HOLY MOUNTAIN was far better, being more diverse as far as tempos go, and revealing the band as being truly intuitive and strong improvisational players. "Sonic Titan" as performed live is a slightly faster track with a more rocky and hardened feel. It's an hour long stoner doom tune called Dopesmoker. The myths surrounding the recording of "Dopesmoker" are endless – that the band spent the entire record label advance on amps and hash is the most prevalent, and certainly the most apt. As far as inducing alternate states of mind and leaving an impression on me... Dopesmoker doesn't. Well. The main theme of Dopesmoker itself sounds like massive walls of fire and ice collapsing into each other, but only with elegant and epic roar. 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