Ween

Ween - The Mollusk (1997) Repost  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 9, 2016
Ween - The Mollusk (1997) Repost

Ween - The Mollusk (1997)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Elektra, 62013-2 | ~ 280 or 106 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 26 Mb
Alternative Rock, Experimental, Abstract, Synth-pop

On the surface, The Mollusk is a return to the panoramic, multi-genre extravaganza of Chocolate and Cheese, but in its own way, it's as much of a concept album as 12 Golden Country Greats. It just isn't as explicit about its intentions. Nearly every song on The Mollusk has a nautical theme, buoyed by a heavy progressive rock influence…

Ween - Chocolate and Cheese (1994) [Japan 1st Press]  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 7, 2016
Ween - Chocolate and Cheese (1994) [Japan 1st Press]

Ween - Chocolate and Cheese (1994)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Elektra, WPCR-143 | ~ 315 or 130 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 36 Mb
Alternative Rock, Experimental, Abstract

A brilliant fusion of pop and gonzo humor, 1994's Chocolate and Cheese is arguably Ween's finest moment. Building on Pure Guava's more focused approach, the album proved for once and all that along with their twisted sense of humor and wide musical vocabulary, Dean and Gene are also impressive songwriters…

Ween - Pure Guava (1992)  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 5, 2016
Ween - Pure Guava (1992)

Ween - Pure Guava (1992)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Elektra, 9 61428-2 | ~ 349 or 132 Mb | Scans(jpg) -> 29 Mb
Alternative Rock, Experimental

By 1993's major label debut Pure Guava, Ween had distilled their unique mix of eclectic pop and crazed humor to its essence. GodWeenSatan: The Oneness and The Pod were fascinating, but occasionally frustrating albums; at 19 songs, Pure Guava is more polished and concise, but it's still sprawling and occasionally sick, featuring the fuzzed-out "Touch My Tooter" and the five-minute noise-burst "Mourning Glory," a tale of pumpkin-smoking gone horribly awry…

Ween - God Ween Satan (1990)  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 4, 2016
Ween - God Ween Satan (1990)

Ween - God Ween Satan (1990)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
TwinTone, TTR 89186-2 | ~ 435 or 178 Mb | Scans Included
Alternative Rock, Lo-Fi, Experimental

Dean and Gene Ween were barely out of their teens when they recorded GodWeenSatan: The Oneness, and it shows: it's juvenile in the best sense of the word, mixing their sprawling sense of humor with punk, heavy metal, and a surprising amount of pop literacy. At a whopping 23 tracks long, the album features a lot of noodling and lots of whacked-out pop, including "Nan," a dweeby tale of unrequited love, and the jazzy "Never Squeal," which shows off Ween's musical prowess and versatility…

Hello Ween Font Style  

Posted by Alimok at March 31, 2015
Hello Ween Font Style

Hello Ween Font Style
TTF | prew | 356 KB

Ween - The Pod (1991)  

Posted by uff at March 2, 2014
Ween - The Pod (1991)

Ween - The Pod (1991)
Rock | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Elektra 61713-2 | rel: 1995 | 450Mb

Another collection of inspired pop pastiche and four-track dementia, 1991's The Pod is nearly as long as GodWeenSatan: The Oneness but even weirder and more deranged, due in large part to the band's Scotchguard habit and the severe cases of mononucleosis Gene and Dean Ween contracted while recording the album. As a result, The Pod is dark and murky, with a slightly distant, fuzzy feel. On some songs, such as the cryptic, prog-inspired "Right to the Ways and the Rules of the World," the psych-tinged "Dr. Rock," and the mystic hard rock of "Captain Fantasy," this sound works well, but on others – like the opening track "Strap on That Jammypac" – it just doesn't fit. Ween flexes their stylistic chops a bit on "Sorry Charlie"'s country-rock, "Sketches of Winkle"'s crazed speed metal, "Oh My Dear"'s cute four-track, and "Pork Roll Egg and Cheese"'s Beatlesque psych-pop, but the majority of The Pod, for better or worse, focuses on sludgy weirdness like "Molly," "Awesome Sound," "Laura," and "Can U Taste the Waste?"

Ween - Chocolate And Cheese (1994) [Repost]  

Posted by luckburz at April 25, 2013
Ween - Chocolate And Cheese (1994) [Repost]

Ween - Chocolate And Cheese
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 303 MB | Full Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Flying Nun Records # FNCD314 | Country/Year: UK 1994
Genre: Electronic, Rock | Style: Alternative Rock, Abstract

A brilliant fusion of pop and gonzo humor, 1994's Chocolate and Cheese is arguably Ween's finest moment. Building on Pure Guava's more focused approach, the album proved for once and all that along with their twisted sense of humor and wide musical vocabulary, Dean and Gene are also impressive songwriters. Over the course of Chocolate and Cheese, Ween explore virtually every permutation of pop, rock, soul, and funk, from the opening song "Take Me Away"'s rootsy rock to "Roses Are Free"'s homage to Prince's shiny Paisley Park era…
Create a Bewitched Fall-o-ween: 45 Projects for Decorating and Entertaining

Create a Bewitched Fall-o-ween: 45 Projects for Decorating and Entertaining By Kasey Rogers, Mark Wood
Publisher: Kr[aus]e Pub[licati]ons 2003 | 128 Pages | ISBN: 0873494989 | PDF | 14 MB

Ween - Pure Guava  

Posted by carrak at June 28, 2009
Ween - Pure Guava

Ween - Pure Guava
Flac - no Cue - no Log | Covers (small) | 350 MB
Rock/Pop/Alternative | 1992

Ween is an alternative rock group formed in 1984 in New Hope, Pennsylvania when Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo met in an eighth grade typing class. The pair became known respectively as Gene Ween and Dean Ween. Ween collected a large underground fanbase despite being generally unknown in pop music.

Ween - Chocolate And Cheese  

Posted by carrak at June 22, 2009
Ween - Chocolate And Cheese

Ween - Chocolate And Cheese
EAC/Flac (image) + Log + Cue | Full Scans 300 dpi | 326 MB
Rock/Pop/Alternative | Flying Nun Records #FNCD314 | 1994

Ween is an alternative rock group formed in 1984 in New Hope, Pennsylvania when Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo met in an eighth grade typing class. The pair became known respectively as Gene Ween and Dean Ween. Ween collected a large underground fanbase despite being generally unknown in pop music.