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Ode to a Karrot

Soom T, Budz

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1
Easy Weed
Soom T; Budz
3:06
2
Matchbox Full of Weed
Soom T; Budz
3:42
3
Booma Shiva
Soom T; Budz
4:08
4
A Kiss is Sweet
Soom T; Budz
4:53
5
Light it
Soom T; Budz
3:58
6
Thank my Dealer
Soom T; Budz
3:53
7
Puff dat Weed
Soom T; Budz
3:16
8
Dark side of the Doob
Soom T; Budz
3:04
9
Oui rant
Soom T; Budz
3:01
10
Say Ganja
Soom T; Budz
2:46
11
Sticky Icky Buds
Soom T; Budz
3:44
12
Never Got Caught
Soom T; Budz
3:28
13
Weedy Hawks
Soom T; Budz
3:33
14
Junglo Peace
Soom T; Budz
3:11
15
Ganja Leaf
Soom T; Budz
2:45
16
Need Weed
Soom T; Budz
3:49
17
Budz
Soom T; Budz
3:02
18
Puff da Polis
Soom T; Budz
3:06
19
Weed is Sweeter (Konchis Remix)
Soom T; Budz
3:07
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:32
Ode to a Karrot is the sequel to Scottish-Indian Soom T’s 2000 debut LP, Ode 2 A Carrot. The MC cheekily draws on reggae’s association with weed culture for an album that is as much about feminism, activism and speaking truth to power as it’s about ganja.
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