Now available on 180 gram vinyl, on Ween's eighth studio album, they return to the "browner side" of things, i.e. their predilection for weirdness, both creepy and cheerful that has largely been absent since Chocolate & Cheese. Like their last studio album, White Pepper, some of the best tracks have vaguely psychedelic and progressive moments, but they're offset by light japes like "Hey There Fancy Pants," the warped "Happy Colored Marbles", the brilliant bizarreness of "So Many People in the Neighborhood" (boasting the welcome return of tape-manipulated voices), and the roaring Motörhead salute "It's Gonna Be a Long Night" that opens the album with guns a blazing. Quebec ends on the other side of the spectrum, with the apocalyptic dirge "If You Could Save Yourself, You'd Save US All," and between those two extremes pretty much every other emotion is explored. Currently Cocodog and once ... Sanctuary Records, Schnitzel Records, MVD Audio.....
It's Gonna Be A Long Night
Among His Tribe
So Many People In The Neighborhood
Tried And True
Happy Colored Marbles
Hey There Fancypants
I Don't Want It
The F*#ked Jam
If You Could Save Yourself (You'd Save Us All)
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