After all, no country fan will want to hear this record and most of their fans are afraid of country music, and that's sort of an admirable move.
Released: Sep 27, 1994
A brilliant fusion of pop and gonzo humor, 1994's Chocolate and Cheese is arguably Ween's finest moment.
Their first album introduces several key themes for the group, including their eclecticism, gonzo sense of humor, and their demon god/mascot The Boognish.
Released: Nov 10, 1992
With Pure Guava, Ween moved away from the snippets of random craziness that defined their first two albums toward a more organized style.
Released: Aug 5, 2003
Prior to the release of its eighth studio album, Ween claimed that Quebec represented a return to the "browner side" of the band, an assertion that surely warmed the hearts of longtime followers.
Released: Jun 24, 1997
Ironically, this array of silly jokes and musical parody is a richer and more diverse listen than most of its alternative rock contemporaries.
Released: Sep 20, 1991
To be honest, you won't find an album like this just anywhere. This is something you have to give a few chances to understand it, and once you do, you'll fall in love with it.