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Bongzilla - Amerijuanican Album

Bongzilla - Amerijuanican Album

Performer: Bongzilla
Title: Amerijuanican
Style: Stoner Rock, Doom Metal
Released: 30 Sep 2005
Cat#: RR 6548-1
Country: US
Label: Relapse Records
Size MP3 version: 2685 mb
Size FLAC version: 1550 mb
Size WMA version: 1558 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 500
Genre: Rock

Bongzilla - Amerijuanican Album


3Tri-Pack Master3:05
4Champagne & Reefer
Music By, Lyrics By – McKinley Morganfield
6Weedy Woman4:24
7Kash Under Glass4:22


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RR 6548-2Bongzilla Amerijuanican ‎(CD, Album)Relapse RecordsRR 6548-2US2005
RR6548Bongzilla Amerijuanican ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, S/Edition, Gre)Relapse RecordsRR6548US2016
RR6548Bongzilla Amerijuanican ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Pur)Relapse RecordsRR6548US2015
RR6548Bongzilla Amerijuanican ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Sil)Relapse RecordsRR6548US2015
RR 6548-1Bongzilla Amerijuanican ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Relapse RecordsRR 6548-1US2005


  • ArtworkArik Roper, Orion Landau
  • Mastered ByDaniel Stout
  • Photography ByAaron Pepelis
  • ProducerBongzilla, Wendy Schneider
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByWendy Schneider
  • Written-ByBongzilla (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B2)


'Champagne & Reefer' originally recorded by Muddy Waters, published by Watertoons Music (BMI).

℗&©2005 Relapse Records

300 copies on white vinyl out of a total of 1000 copies for this limited pressing.


  • Barcode: 781676654819
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): 62305E1/A PIRATES PRESS RR 6548-1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): 62305E2/A PIRATES PRESS RR 6548-1 B


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Relapse Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Relapse Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – Pirates Press
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 62305E
  • Published By – Watertoons Music


Amerijuanican by Bongzilla, released 25 September 2005 1. Amerijuanican 2. Kash Under Glass 3. Tri-Pack Master 4. Cutdown 5. Weedy Woman 6. Stonesphere 7. Champagne & Reefer With a king-sized sound as gargantuan as the towering monster from which their moniker is derived, Bongzilla light up the modern-day rock world with Amerijuanican. Blending industrial-sized, vertigo-inducing riffs with a sludgy, fuzzy crunch and hedonistic, yet harassed message, the single-minded quartet burn with a bad ass bent reserved for rock and roll titans. drprofsatan Best Stoner Metal album ever, a must listen for any fan of stoner doom. Favorite track: Amerijuanican. Best song when you just want to get up and go mental. Band: Bongzilla Song: Amerijuanican best fucking name Album: Amerijuanican Year: 2005 Genre: - Amerijuanican 2005. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Stoner Metal. Songs in album Bongzilla - Amerijuanican 2005. Bongzilla - Amerijuanican. Bongzilla - Kash Under Glass. Bongzilla - Tri-Pack Master. Bongzilla - Cutdown. Bongzilla - Weedy Woman. Bongzilla - Stonesphere. Bongzilla - Champagne & Reefer. Album 2005 7 Songs. More By Bongzilla. Live from the Relapse Contamination Festival - EP. 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 is the band's only album to feature Dixie Dave Collins on bass. The song Champagne & Reefer is a cover of blues legend Muddy Waters. All songs written by Bongzilla, except where noted. Produced by Bongzilla & Wendy Schneider. Recorded, engineered & mixed by Wendy Schneider. Bongzilla discography all. Contamination Festival 2003 2004. Nuggets 2007. Type: Full-length. Show lyrics. Released September 27, 2005. Amerijuanican Tracklist. Amerijuanican Lyrics. Kash Under Glass Lyrics. Amerijuanican, 2005. Amerijuanican, 06:46. Kash Under Glass, 04:22. Tri-Pack Master, 03:05. Listen free to Bongzilla Amerijuanican Amerijuanican, Kash Under Glass and more. 7 tracks 42:48. Stoner sludge stalwarts Bongzilla keep on chugging or should that be smoking with 2005's typically self-explanatory Amerijuanican - their fourth full album of original material, but, amazingly, their 12th release overall in less than a decade's activity, if you count EPs, split singles, and the like