Top 5 Deserted Island Shisha Flavors and Albums

I wish I could tell you that we here at expound only on the various nuances of hookah smoking, but that would just not be true.  Although the style and substance of all things shisha is our favorite topic, we often raise our voices to elucidate opinions in music. Does Def Leppard suck? Could Explosions in the Sky be played as a funeral march? If Mozart were alive today would he be making beats for Lil Wayne? Conversations at times can become emotional, as we all attach memories to songs, and when someone tells you that Boston should never have been let out of the studio, it cant hurt. No one's taste is ever wrong.  Learning what someone dances around in their underwear to helps you better understand who they are, and as such we have decided to share our Top Five Deserted Island Albums and Flavors of shisha. These are the albums and the shisha that if we were on a deserted island we would long for. You can disagree, but never hate:


Seamus Desert Island
1. Sticky Fingers - Rolling Stones 2. Paul's Boutique - Beastie Boys 3. Appetite for Destruction - Guns n' Roses 4. Mothership Connection - Parliament 5. David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars          1. Romman Good Times 2. Romman Strawberry 3. Al Fahker Watermelon 4. Starbuzz X on the Beach 5. Fumari Orange Cream
1. In Rainbows - Radiohead 2. Rise Above - Dirty Projectors 3. Aja - Steely Dan 4. Discipline - King Crimson 5. Daydream Nation - Sonic Youth                                1. Romman Good Times 2. Golden Layalina Raspberry Cream 3. Golden Al Fakher Eskandraini Apple 4. Fusion Cloves 5. Romman Orange or Peach


Ian Dessert Island


Chris Desert Island
1. Sunshine Hit Me - A Band of Bees 2. Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd 3. Becoming X - Sneaker Pimps 4. The Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding 5.  Walking the Blues - Champion Jack Dupree                       1. Romman Good Times 2. Fumari Blueberry Muffin 3. Al Fakher Jasmine 4. Romman Mint 5. Nakhla Apricot
1 Daydream Nation - Sonic Youth 2 Atom Heart Mother -  Pink Floyd 3. Blue Valentine - Tom Waits 4. Joes Garage - Frank Zappa 5. Blues with a Felling - Little Walter                      1. Starbuzz Irish Cream 2. Romman Orange 3. Starbuzz Cosmopolitan 4. Romman Chocolate Strawberry 5. Nakhla Apricot


doug Desert Island


Scott Desert Island
1. Hemispheres - Rush 2. Greatest Hits - Queen 3. The White Album - The Beatles 4. Led Zeppelin IV - Led Zeppelin 5. Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd     1. Romman Mint 2. Fumari Orange Cream 3. Romman Strawberry 4. Al Fakher Grape 5. Starbuzz Blue Mist
1. Ten - Pearl Jam 2. Any Led Zeppelin Record 3. Animals - Pink Floyd 4. Doolittle - Pixies 5. Greatest Hits - The Police              1. Romman Strawberry 2. Starbuzz Guava 3. Starbuzz WildBerry Mint 4. Romman Good Times 5. Romman Cola


Kyle Dessert Island
If you ever find yourself on deserted island please let us know what  music and shisha you are missing!

Comments (5) -

  • Christopher! Thanks for all your help in my search of my dad's first hookah. I chose the Nammor Nile Hookah package. Also I got a sample of Goodtimes...glad I did, seems like almost everyone couldn't live without it! Haha. Thanks again for your help, this site is amazing, great customer service!
  • This is one of your best blog posts EVER!  I am totally digging on how the music and mojo mix up together.  It great -- I *hate* romman Good Times, but totally digg "Sunshine Hit Me" by A Band of Bees; yet I am amazed to think how they might go together!

    I seriously thing you guys should get together and do a post like this once every couple of months to track how your tastes are evolving.

    A top 5 is tough, but I think the real question would be quick light or 'natural' charcoals....

  • Reply to Steven. Nara hands down. They last longer, don't make the shisha taste funky. Quick light are fine but you have to have a very good strong flavored shisha to wash out the weird taste it leaves.
  • I want to smoke with Scott and Kyle. Great toons and great flavors.
  • sam
    I'd suggest scott checks out a band called Coheed and Cabria. Their album 'Dear Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV; From Fear Through The Eyes of Madness' is very rush-y. Also, The Dear Hunter's album 'Act III: Life and Death' is very operatic, and musical as Queen is. Great bands and musicians. Thanks guys for rad and ridiculous blogs like this!