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Está hablando de faso!

A continuación les dejo una lista de canciones mundialmente conocidas que hablan del faso, el chupi y otras cositas.


* "Detachable Penis" by King Missile (Alcohol)
* "Alcohol" by Brad Paisley (Alcohol)
* "Roll Out The Barrel" - Trad. English Song.
* "The Hills Of Connemara" by The Clancy Brothers(Irish Trad.Song
* "Rare Ould Mountain Dew" by The Clancy Brothers(Irish Trad.Song)
* "Seven Drunken Nights" by The Dubliners(Irish Trad.Song)
* "Whiskey In The Jar" by The Dubliners and Thin Lizzie(Irish Trad.Song)
* "I Belong To Glasgow" by Harry Lauder

* "The Jug Of Punch" by The Clancy Brothers(Irish Trad.Song)


* "Artificial Energy" by The Byrds
* "Brain Stew" by Green day
* "Doctor Jimmy and Mr Jim" by The Who
* "Geek Stink Breath" Green day
* "Amphetamine Addiction" The Zero Boys
* "Amphetamine" — Everclear
* "Amphetamine Logic" — The Sisters of Mercy
* "Artificial Energy" — The Byrds
* "Bat Country" — Avenged Sevenfold
* "Amphetamine Annie" — Canned Heat
* "Benny" — Truck Stop Love (Benzedrine)
* "Bethamphetamine" — Butch Walker
* "Black Betty" — Ram Jam
* "Deathamphetamine" — Exodus
* "The Crystal Ship" — The Doors
* "Cut My Hair" — The Who
* "Dark Entries" — Bauhaus
* "Drug Me" — The Dead Kennedys
* "The Drug Song" — Leftover Crack
* "Felix in the Sky" — Silke Bischoff
* "Go Or Go Ahead" — Rufus Wainwright (crystal meth)
* "Helmet in the Bush" — Korn (methamphetamine)
* "Here Comes the Nice" — Small Faces
* "I'm One" — The Who (comedown from amphetamine)
* "I Hold Her" — Bonnie McKee
* "Jerk It Out" — Caesars (possibly about (meth) amphetamine)
* "Let's Speed" — Angelic Upstarts
* "Letter From Belgium" — The Mountain Goats (crystal meth)
* "Logic" — The Sisters of Mercy
* "Losing My Ground" — Fergie
* "Meditations On Speed" — Lilys
* "Methadonia" — Fun Lovin' Criminals (methamphetamine)
* "Methamphetamine" — EyeHateGod
* "Methamphetamine" — Son Volt
* "Methamphetamine Blues" — Mark Lanegan
* "Motorhead" — Hawkwind, Motörhead, Primal Scream
* "New Amphetamine Shriek" — Fugs
* "Number of the Beast" — Zwan (methamphetamine)
* "On the Tweek Again" — Primus (methamphetamine)
* "Overdrive" — Katy Rose
* "Palmcorder Yajna" — The Mountain Goats (crystal meth)
* "Raw Power" — Iggy and the Stooges
* "Return to Oz" — Scissor Sisters (methamphetamine)
* "Semi-Charmed Life" — Third Eye Blind (methamphetamine)
* "Sheila" — Jamie T
* "Shoot Speed, Kill Light" — Primal Scream
* "Sinaloa Cowboys" — Bruce Springsteen (cooking meth)
* "Six Days on the Road" — Earl Green
* "SpeedKing" — These Animal Men
* "The Speed of Pain" — Marilyn Manson (methamphetamine)
* "St. Ides Heaven" — Elliott Smith
* "Strawberry Flats" — Little Feat
* "Superjudge" — Monster Magnet (methamphetamine)
* "Teenage World" — The Mountain Goats (Dexedrine)
* "Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers" — Primus (methamphetamine)
* "Totally Wired" — The Fall
* "Truckdrivin' Neighbors Downstairs (Yellow Sweat)" — Beck
* "Turn the Page" — Bob Seger
* "Wasted" — Kottonmouth Kings
* "White Light/White Heat" — Velvet Underground
* "Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphy's Ovaltine?" — Harry 'The Hipster' Gibson
* "Worst Hangover Ever" — The Offspring
* "Velocity Girl" — Snow Patrol


* "Cocaine" by Cream
* "Cocaine" by Eric Clapton
* "Cocaine Blues" by The Memphis Jug Band
* "Moonlight Mile" by The Rolling Stones
* "Snowblind" by Black Sabbath
* "Summer of Drugs" by Victoria Williams
* "This Cocaine Makes Me Feel Like I'm On This Song" by System Of A Down
* "White Light/White Heat" by The Velvet Underground
* "Ayo for Yayo" by Andre Nickatina
* "Crack Raider Razor" by Andre Nickatina
* "I Need Drugs" by Nercro
* "Sanctified" by Nine Inch Nails
* "2 Hookers and an 8 Ball" - Mindless Self Indulgence
* "8 ball" — Underworld
* "A Bird In The Hand" — Ice Cube
* "A line allows progress, a circle does not" — Bright Eyes
* "Almost Lost" — InMe
* "A Long Way Down" - Eric Smith
* "Accuracy" — The Cure
* "Addiction" — Kanye West
* "Adrenaline" — Rosetta Stone
* "Alcohol" — Gang Green
* "Alcohol" — Cansei De Ser Sexy
* "All Down The Line" — The Rolling Stones
* "Ayo for Yayo" — Andre Nickatina
* "Bales of Cocaine" — Reverend Horton Heat
* "Baltimore Love Thing" — 50 Cent
* "Bananas and Blow" — Ween
* "Big Shot" — Billy Joel
* "Bikeage" — The Descendents
* "Black Horse Riding Star" — Scarling.
* "Blinded by the Light" — Bruce Springsteen, covered by Manfred Mann
* "Bonnie Brae" - The Twilight Singers
* "Bouncing Off The Walls" — Sugarcult
* "Brain Stew" — Green Day
* "Breakfast in Vegas" — Praga Khan
* "Biting My Nails" — Renegade Soundwave
* "Cake" — Lloyd Banks
* "Caina" — Ruben Blades
* "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" — Rolling Stones
* "Casey Jones" — the Grateful Dead
* "Champagne Days, Cocaine Nights" — Abe Duque
* "Charlie Freak" — Steely Dan
* "Chattanooga Sugar Babe" — Johnny Cash
* "China Girl" — David Bowie/Iggy Pop
* "City of Dope" — Too Short
* "Cigarettes & Alcohol" — Oasis
* "Close to the Edge" — Yes
* "Cocaine" — Yakooza

"Cocaine and Camcorders" — UNKLE with South "Cocaine & Gin" — Death in Vegas "Cocaine & Toupees" — Mindless Self Indulgence "Cocaine Blues" — written by TJ Arnall, originally recorded by Roy Hogsed and later by Johnny Cash ( Listen?) and Hank Williams III

* "Cocaine Blues" — Luke Jordan, covered later by David Bromberg
* "Cocaine Blues", a traditional song recorded by the Reverend Gary Davis, Bob Dylan, Dave van Ronk, Nick Drake, Johnny Cash, Jackson Browne, and Townes Van Zandt among others.
* "Cocaine Blues" — The Warlocks, as distinct from other songs with same title
* "Cocaine Business" — Noreaga
* "Cocaine Bizznizz" — The Prophet
* "Cocaine Cowboys" — W.A.S.P.
* "Cocaine Cowgirl" — Matt Mays
* "Cocaine Cunt Numb" — Meat Shits
* "Cocaine Decisions" — Frank Zappa
* "Cocaine Dreams" — 50 Cent ft. G-Unit
* "Cocaine Habit" - Old Crow Medicine Show
* "Cocaine Habit Blues" — Memphis Jug Band, also by The Grateful Dead and Old Crow Medicine Show
* "Cocaine in my Brain" — Dillinger
* "Cocaine Rodeo" — Mondo Generator
* "Cocaine Sex" — Renegade Soundwave
* "Cocaine Socialism" — Pulp
* "Da Blow" — Lil Jon
* "Dandy In The Underworld" — T. Rex
* "Deep Pile Dreams" — Ian Brown
* "Der Kommissar" — Falco
* "Devil's Haircut" — Beck (hallucinating)
* "Die High" — Clawfinger
* "Don't Sniff Coke" — Pato Banton
* "Don't Stop Me Now" — Queen
* "Dope Boy Magic" — Young Joc
* "Dopeman" — N.W.A.
* "The Dope Show" — Marilyn Manson
* "Down In A Rabbit Hole" — Bright Eyes
* "Draggin' The Line" — Tommy James & The Shondells
* "Dr. Feelgood" — Mötley Crüe
* "Drug Ballad" — Eminem
* "Drugs are Good" — NOFX
* "C'mere" - Interpol
* "Cocaine (We're All Going to Hell) - Strata
* "Cokane" — Warp Brothers
* "Coke N'" — Izzy Stradlin
* "Cold Blooded" — Rick James, later covered by Ol' Dirty Bastard
* "Coma White" — Marilyn Manson
* "Come Undone" — Robbie Williams
* "Commercial for Levi" — Placebo
* "Cool The Engines" — Boston
* "Cot' Damn" — Clipse
* "Cowgirl" — Underworld
* "Crack Attack" — Fat Joe
* "Crack City Rockers" - Leftover Crack
* "Crack Cocaine" — Pork Dukes
* "Crack in the Egg" — GWAR
* "Crack Rock" — Koffin Kats
* "Crack Rock Steady" — Choking Victim
* "Crazy Rap" — Afroman
* "Crawling" - Linkin Park
* "Rest My Chemistry" - Interpol


* "A Little Bit of Ecstasy" (Ecstasy)
* "Erotic City" by Prince (musician) (Ecstasy)
* "Ecstasy" by Bone Thugs N Harmony
* "Ebeneezer Goode" by The Shamen


* "Mr.Self Destruct" By Nine Inch Nails
* "Heroin Dreams" By Life Of Agony


* "Acidman" by Jolly Roger
* "5D (Fifth Dimension)" by The Byrds
* "The Acid Commercial" by Country Joe and the Fish
* "Fairies Wear Boots" by Black Sabbath
* "Incense and Peppermints" by Strawberry Alarm Clock
* "Legend of a Mind" by The Moody Blues
* "Mr Tambourine Man" by Bob Dylan
* "Tomorrow Never Knows" by The Beatles
* "White Bird" by The Incredible String Band
* "White Rabbit" by Jefferson Airplane
* "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" The Beatles


* "Got to Get you Into my Life" by The Beatles
* "Purple Haze" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
* "Smoke 2 Joints" by Bob Marley
* "I Love you Mary Jane" by Cypress Hill
* "Hits From the Bong" by Cypress Hill
* "Sweet Leaf" by Black Sabbath
* "Bin Laden Weed" by Three Six Mafia
* "Weed Has Got Me High" by Three Six Mafia
* "Where da bud at" by Three Six Mafia
* "Where is da bud" by Three Six Mafia
* "Weed Song" by Bone Thugs N Harmony
* "Why do I stay High" by Bone Thugs N Harmony
* "Bud Smokers Only" by Bone Thugs N Harmony
* "Buddha Lovaz" by Bone Thugs N Harmony
* "Smoke Weed and Mantain" by Bone Thugs N Harmony
* "Smokin Buddha" By Krayzie Bone
* "Blaze It" By Krayzie Bone
* "Fried Day" by Bizzy Bone
* "Acid Raindrops" by People Under the Stairs
* "Because I got high" by Afroman

Varias drogas

* "Cigarettes and Alcohol" by Oasis (Alcohol, Nicotine, Cocaine)
* "Feel Good Hit of the Summer" by Queens of the Stone Age (Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, Marijuana, Ecstacy, Alcohol, Cocaine)
* "Superhuman" by Velvet Revolver (Cocaine, Alcohol)
* "Children's Crusade" by Sting (Drug dealing)
* "Codine" by Buffy Sainte-Marie (Codeine)
* "Keep the Customer Satisfied" by Simon and Garfunkel (Drug dealing)
* "Mother's Little Helper" by The Rolling Stones (Tranquillisers)
* "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue" by The Ramones (Glue)
* "Smokin' In The Boys' Room" by Brownsville Station (Cigarettes)
* "Stoned Faces Don't Lie" by Sir Douglas Quintet (Drug dealing)

Canción de Heidi

Heidi fumaba porros y su abuelo era su camello, según se desprende de la sintonía de tan famosa serie infantil.

Analicemos esta bonita melodía:
'Abuelito, dime tú, qué sonidos son los que oigo yo':
Bien. Heidi es un personaje supuestamente joven, mientras que su abuelito es, consecuente y visiblemente, mayor. El hecho de que Heidi pida información a su abuelo sobre los sonidos, cuando lo lógico sería que ella oyera bastante mejor que su pariente, puede implicar, básicamente, una de las dos circunstancias siguientes:
- Que Heidi padeciera una enfermedad congénita en el oído, o bien hubiera sufrido un accidente que limitara su capacidad auditiva, que hacía que oyera peor que su abuelo, quién probablemente tenía una edad 10 veces mayor.
- Que sus sentidos, así como sus reflejos, estuvieran alterados por alguna razón.

'Abuelito, dime tú, por qué en una nube voy':
Esta segunda frase de la canción confirma una y sólo una de las posibilidades anteriores. En efecto, se confirma que el estado mental de Heidi estaba de algún modo alterado, hasta el punto que la pequeña Heidi podía tener alucinaciones, ver o sentir cosas no reales.

'Dime porqué huele el aire así':
Nuestro argumento adquiere más fuerza a medida que se avanza en la letra de esta canción. Heidi nota un extraño olor en el aire, pero, debido a su estado, no acierta a identificarlo, aún siendo evidente el origen de este hedor, como veremos más adelante.

'Dime porqué yo soy tan feliz':
El estado de euforia injustificada de nuestra protagonista es evidente. El hecho de preguntar a una persona externa sobre su felicidad (cuando lo razonable sería que ella misma supiera el origen de tal alegría), refuerza la teoría de que Heidi estaba mentalmente excitada.

'Abuelito, nunca yo de ti me alejaré':
Viendo cuan feliz estaba la niña, afirma que quiere mantenerse en ese estado y, para ello, es necesario permanecer cerca del abuelo.

1. Heidi se encuentra en un estado de conciencia alterada.
2. El aire huele raro.
3. Siente una felicidad absurda.
4. Manifiesta su dependencia de otro personaje.

Luego, la conclusión global es la siguiente:
Heidi era una consumidora habitual de estupefacientes, más concretamente, fumadora de derivados del cannabis (Marihuana, Hachís), lo que le proporcionaba un estado artificial de alegría y euforia. Además, puede deducirse que su abuelo, contrario a cualquier sentido de la protección por su nieta, le proporcionaba tales sustancias, ya fuera de manera gratuita u obteniendo con ello un beneficio de cualquier tipo.

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Y el análisis de este periodista argentino... Peter Capusotto


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