High Times Records, the label started by counterculture magazine High Times, has slated a brief North American tour for a group of artists that appear on its first release, "THC (The Hip-Hop Collectio

High Times Records, the label started by counterculture magazine High Times, has slated a brief North American tour for a group of artists that appear on its first release, "THC (The Hip-Hop Collection) Vol. 1." Kicking off April 30 in New York, the trek will feature Afu-Ra, Buckshot of Black Moon, Smif N Wessun, and Non Phixon, as well as other as-yet-undetermined artists from the compilation album.

As previously reported, the 14-track "THC" album also features tracks by RZA of Wu-Tang Clan, the Pharcyde, and the Beatnuts. The set also includes the track "Mary" by the Serial Rhyme Killers, which features B-Real of Cypress Hill with Son Doobie and Mellow Man Ace, the latter of whom is also Cypress Hill member Sen Dog's brother.

Originally due April 16 via the Caroline-distributed High Times label, which plans to "cater to music and marijuana lovers alike," the compilation is now due April 30, according to the High Times Web site.

Here are the dates for the High Times tour:

April 30: New York (SOB's)
May 1: Northampton, Mass. (Pearl St.)
May 2: Montreal (venue TBA)
May 3: Toronto (Opera House)
May 4: Ottawa (Babylon)
May 6: Philadelphia (TLA)
May 7: New Haven, Conn. (Toad's Place)
May 8: Providence, R.I. (Lupo's)
May 9: city/venue TBA
May 10: Boston (Middle East)
May 11: city/venue TBA

Here is the full "THC (The Hip-Hop Collection) Vol. 1" track list:

"Sticky Green," the Pharcyde
"So High (G-13)," RZA
"Bomb Tree," Defari (produced by E-Swift)
"Sweet Dreams," the Beatnuts
"High Times," Black Moon featuring Ruck, Strang & Top Dog (produced by Da Beatminerz)
"Bart Burnt," The High & Mighty
"Big Green Buds," J-Ro of Tha Liks, Phil Da Agony, Chocolate Tye (produced by E-Swift)
"Mary," Serial Rhyme Killas (Cypress Hill's B-Real, Son Doobie, Mellow Man Ace)
"Escape," Ripshop
"My Favorite Ladies," MF Doom
"Roll Up," Shabaam Sadeeq featuring Steele of Cocoa Brovas
"Get Your Head Right," Afu-Ra
"Put Your L's Up," HOM