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Ween

Ween are made up of a pair of "brothers", Geen Ween and Dean Ween. They were typing together in junior high until all of a sudden, the boognish came and gave them the scepter of wealth and power. They used this scepter during the rest of their teenage years to make music and they wrote about 1000 songs all by themselves. In 1990, twenty-six of those songs arrived on their first album, GodWeenSatan: The Oneness (on the 2001 remaster, three songs that didn't make the cut were later added). After their second album (The Pod), Elektra was eager to sign them onto their record label, which gaine ...read more

Ween are made up of a pair of "brothers", Geen Ween and Dean Ween. They were typing together in junior high until all of a sudden, the boognish came and gave them the scepter of wealth and power. They used this scepter during the rest of their teenage years to make music and they wrote about 1000 songs all by themselves. In 1990, twenty-six of those songs arrived on their first album, GodWeenSatan: The Oneness (on the 2001 remaster, three songs that didn't make the cut were later added). After their second album (The Pod), Elektra was eager to sign them onto their record label, which gained them popularity during their next two releases, Pure Guava and Chocolate and Cheese. The Ween brothers went downhill in mainstream music with 12 Golden Country Greats and The Mollusk, but they managed to still have a big fan base and continue making albums to keep them entertained, including White Pepper, Quebec, and their B-side compilation Shinola. Since then Ween has made plans to release a new album, and have been writing songs in their new recording studio, which is a 200 year old stone farmhouse in Pennsylvania. « hide

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LPs
La Cucaracha
2007

3.1
108 Votes
Quebec
2003

4.1
199 Votes
White Pepper
2000

3.9
179 Votes
The Mollusk
1997

4.3
414 Votes
12 Golden Country Greats
1996

3.6
129 Votes
Chocolate and Cheese
1994

3.9
301 Votes
Pure Guava
1992

3.7
179 Votes
The Pod
1991

3.6
125 Votes
GodWeenSatan: The Oneness
1990

3.8
153 Votes
EPs
Friends
2007

3.2
40 Votes
Freedom of '76
1995

I Can't Put My Finger On It
1994

Voodoo Lady
1994

Sky Cruiser
1993

3.7
3 Votes
Live Albums
GodWeenSatan: Live
2016

4.5
1 Votes
At The Cat's Cradle, 1992
2008

4.5
1 Votes
Live In Chicago
2004

4.1
38 Votes
All Request Live
2003

4.3
4 Votes
Live in Toronto Canada
2001

4.5
1 Votes
Live at Stubb's
2000

4.5
15 Votes
Paintin' the Town Brown: Ween Live '90-98
1999

3.8
3 Votes
Compilations
Shinola, Vol. 1
2005

3.6
67 Votes
Craters of the Sac
1999

2.8
25 Votes

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