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Information of Slightly Stoopid

Formed in 1995 out of Ocean Beach, California, Slightly Stoopid is a band that fuses elements of punk, reggae and hip hop together to create a musical sound that was first discovered by the now deceased Sublime front man Bradley Nowell. Since the release of their 1996 debut album Slightly $tupid, Slightly Stoopid has released a total of 10 albums, including 2003's Everything You Need and 2007's Chronchitis. Since beginning their career, Slightly Stoopid has been a regular on the festival circuit and has played in concert alongside artists like Dave Matthews Band, Damian Marley and Snoop Dogg. Along with recording their own songs, many of which they have brought alive while on tour, Slightly Stoopid has recorded covers like The Grateful Dead's "I Know You Rider", and UB40's "I Would Do For You". If you haven't had the chance to hear the reggae punk rap sounds of Slightly Stoopid, here is your chance with the music video for the song "Mellow Mood". California rock band Slightly Stoopid infuses a blend of reggae, hip hop, punk and acoustic folk music to create a unique musical sound of their own. Comprised of members C-Money, DeLa, Ryan Moran, Kyle McDonald, Oguer Ocon, and Miles Doughty, these five musicians have been creating music since getting together as a band in 1995. In 2001, Slightly Stoopid released their debut album, Acoustic Roots Live And Direct on their own record label so to maintain their creative integrity. Slightly Stoopid claims influence from bands like Sublime, Operation Ivy, and Rancid and the influence is evident in Slightly Stoopid's punk rock, ska, and reggae sound. In total, Slightly Stoopid have released 10 albums including 2005's Closer To The Sun and 2003's Everything You Need, but they come alive to their fullest while performing on stage. For a listen Slightly Stoopid's eclectic blend of genres that combines into great music, here is the video for the song "2am".