Slightly Stoopid

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About Slightly Stoopid

Jam-centric, multi-genre rockers Slightly Stoopid signed their first record deal when they were still in high school and have since released nine studio LPs and four live albums. ∙ The band’s debut LP, 1996’s Slightly $toopid, featured Sublime’s Bradley Nowell playing bass on the secret track “Prophet.” ∙ “Sweet Honey”—from their 2003 album, Everything You Need—was featured in the Eddie Murphy comedy Norbit. ∙ With 2007’s Chronchitis, they diverged from their early punk sound to experiment more heavily with hip-hop, including having Gang Starr’s Guru appear on “The Otherside.” ∙ They hit their commercial peak with 2012’s Top of the World, landing at No. 13 on the Billboard 200 and reaching No. 3 on the US Independent Albums chart. ∙ Live at Roberto’s TRI Studios—their 2013 live album captured at Bob Weir’s state-of-the-art recording facility—featured appearances from the Grateful Dead guitarist and Tommy Chong. ∙ In 2020, two of the band’s fan-favorite singles—2003’s “Collie Man” and 2007’s “2am”—were certified Gold.

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