"30 Days in the Hole" was the seventh single by English rock outfit Humble Pie, a band from the 1960s-'70s. Released in 1972, the song became a radio hit but failed to chart. The B-side on its US release was "Sweet Peace and Time", while everywhere else they were "C'mon Everybody" and "Road Runner". It was released on the Smokin' album.
The song, a group composition, mentions alcohol (Newcastle Brown Ale) and illegal drugs, including cocaine, Durban poison, a potent strain of marijuana, and Black Nepalese, a type of hashish.
|“||Black Nepalese, it's got you weak in your knees, it's just some seeds and dust that you got buzzed on, you know it's hard to believe, 30 days in the hole....||”|
Marriott with Humble Pie Courtesy: Dina Regine
|Birth name||Stephen Peter Marriott|
|Born||30 January 1947(1947-01-30) |
East Ham, Essex (now London), England
|Died||20 April 1991(1991-04-20) (aged 44)|
|Genres||R&B, rock, blues-rock, blue-eyed soul|
|Occupations||Singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, child actor|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, keyboards, piano, harmonica, drums|
|Labels||Decca, Immediate, A&M, Atco|
|Associated acts||Small Faces, Humble Pie|
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