RE/MX: High Fidelity

Total Devastation - "Many Clouds of Smoke"

Described as "an underachiever version of Cypress Hill," San Francisco-based Total Devastation scored its lone minor hit with "Many Clouds of Smoke," the lead single from its 1993 debut Legalize It! The hip-hop track, which features the chorus "I wanna get blunted my brotha," reached No. 26 on the rap charts. 

The Latin trio made cannabis a major theme on its debut with songs like "Hemp Rally," "Zooted," "Fat Blunt Caper," "Hemp Hemp Hooray (Relegalize Today)" and "Legalize Today!" TD had become a duo by the time it released its follow-up, 1998's The Stone Age

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