I'm convinced that Ween(er) were beginning to lose faith in the demon known as Boognish, which would explain why the experimental rock duo's final studio album La Cucaracha is the least memorable thing in this band's discography. It was also their most underwhelming effort yet, for whilst the eccentricism is still present, it just isn't as rewarding as it was on the likes of The Mollusk, Pure Guava, and the relatively darker Quebec. However, in no way am I saying that Ween's last LP is a bad one, for it continues to be enjoyable from an instrumental standpoint and the vocals shared by Dean and Gene are never too tiresome. Hail Boognish! Angel recommends: "Friends," "With My Own Bare Hands," "The Fruit Man," "Spirit Walker," and "Woman and Man".