Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid

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2008 sees the band issuing their first-ever ‘odds and ends’ collection, Slightly Not Stoned Enough To Eat Breakfast Yet Stoned – the group’s newest release for their growing label, Stoopid Records (which will also feature releases by other groups, including the label’s first signee’s, Santa Cruz’s the Expendables). Included on Slightly Not Stoned Enough are outtakes from both the Closer To The Sun (including tracks that were previously issued as a limited edition bonus CD) and Chronchitis sessions, as well as bevy of new material recorded at Miami’s famed Circle House Studios, and such cover tunes as UB40’s “I Would Do For You” and the traditional “I Know You Rider” (most notably covered by the Grateful Dead). Also making their first appearance on a Slightly Stoopid studio album are newly recorded renditions of such long-time live standards “False Rhythms” and “Sensimilla.”

Seemingly always on the move, there appears to be no slowing down in sight for Slightly Stoopid, and according to Miles, that’s precisely what fuels the group’s creativity. “For us, the most important thing in the future, we just want to stay busy and always playing music – whether creating, touring, or just sitting on your couch and jamming. I think we’ll always be recording. And just have fun – without the fun part, it ain’t worth it.”

Congratulations to the winner, Crystal Klingelsmith!