The comedy duo of Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong toured first doing stand-up before releasing a string of hit albums based on their stage routines. Their third album, "Los Cochinos," features a pull-out cover of a car stuffed with grass. Among our favorites on this album are 'Pedro and Man at the Drive-Inn' (Cheech and Chong's alter-alter egos), in which the pair are so stoned at the drive-in they forget their friends they locked in the trunk, and 'Sargent Stadanko,' about a narcotics officer addressing a New York Catholic school class that knows more about weed than he does. Start with "Los Cochinos," then go back to their self-titled debut. With "Cheech and Chong," you get the feeling of the pair getting used to being in the studio and it's a little uneven. Our faves on this disk include 'Vietnam,' about a platoon of baked soldiers on patrol during that era's war of choice, and the iconic 'Dave' skit, where a dude, clearly stoned, refuses to open the door for his friend.