Release Date:02/19/2016;Notes:Limited double colored 180 gram vinyl LP pressing. Ween's fourth album, originally released in 1994, is perhaps their f...Click To Read More About This Product
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Release Date:02/19/2016;Notes:Limited double colored 180 gram vinyl LP pressing. Ween's fourth album, originally released in 1994, is perhaps their finest moment, a brilliant mix of twisted humor and pure pop genius. Ween draw influence from smooth 70s soul, psych, soft rock, spaghetti westerns, country, funk, indie-rock and more to the point where each song is a spot-on take on a different genre with their silliness being the uniting element. An outsider-pop classic. The album is dedicated to comedian John Candy, who died while Ween was putting the album together. "A Tear for Eddie" was dedicated to the funk/psychedelic guitar pioneer Eddie Hazel, who died December 23, 1992. In a 2011 interview, Gene Ween credited a Spanish lesson on Sesame Street with inspiring "Buenas Tardes Amigo".;Track List:1. Take Me Away 3:05;2. Spinal Meningitis (Got Me Down) 2:53;3. Freedom of '76 2:52;4. I Can't Put My Finger on It 2:46;5. A Tear for Eddie 4:46;6. Roses Are Free 4:29;7. Baby Bitch 3:01;8. Mister Would You Please Help My Pony? 2:51;9. Drifter in the Dark 2:29;10. Voodoo Lady 3:45;11. Joppa Road 3:01;12. Candi 4:01;13. Buenas Tardes Amigo 7:12;14. The Hiv Song 1:59;15. What Deaner Was Talkin' About 3:12;16. Don't Shit Where You Eat 2:16;Special Attributes:COLORED VINYL
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