Reach deep into your chest and extract the nucleus itself, then follow this up by placing it on your crack-addicted infant's tongue. The result would be Ween's Pure Guava, a 19-track selection of quirkiness spreading its colorful buttocks all over the lo-fi production values throughout; incidentally, however, this was the duo's first 'polished' album. Regardless of whether or not the quality of the audio truly matters, much of this should be heard to believe.
Nearly everything is found on this disc. One minute you'll be listening to low key tracks that consist of nothing but a sparse drum beat and random mumblings, the next thing you know a blast of noise is casted upon your ears! Pure Guava is so refreshing because the music is so different yet it remains accessible and strangely addicting at the same time. Some criticize Pure Guava for being too "uneven" but that's what makes it so fun.