WeenThe Pod

Label:Shimmy Disc – SHIMMY 049
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1Strapon That Jammy Pac3:02
2Dr. Rock3:10
4Sorry Charlie3:50
5The Stallion (Pt. 1)2:51
6Pollo Asado2:44
7Right To The Ways And The Rules Of The World5:04
8Captain Fantasy3:19
9Demon Sweat4:10
11Can U Taste The Waste?1:38
12Don't Sweat It4:01
13Awesome Sound2:21
17Oh My Dear (Falling In Love)1:56
18Sketches Of Winkle2:43
BassMean Ween
20Moving Away3:05
21She Fucks Me3:58
22Pork Roll Egg And Cheese3:01
23The Stallion (Pt. 2)4:34

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Made in Canada

Track 5 title is missing from printed tracklist on this version, but is generally understood to be 'The Stallion (Pt. 1)'.

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  • Matrix / Runout: made by/fabriqué par DISQUE AMERIC CANADA H4Q2<285>SHIMMY049
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  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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  • KageHaze's avatar
    Vinyl rerelease coming out in november, Here's hoping they don't make it limited edition and keep it in print.
    • yeehaw90125's avatar
      • PhishTits's avatar
        i love canada and maple syrup and ween . .
        • kedzobj's avatar
          Save yourself some cash and just buy the damn CD version. Sounds perfect.
          • Bruhingtonbruh's avatar
            I bought my copy from a thrift shop for 2 bucks! i am glad i snatched it! Its a really Great And Brown Ween Album!
            • djproject's avatar
              Edited 14 years ago
              The more you listen to albums like these, the less interested you would be in pursuing any kind of chemical stimulants, depressants and hallucinogens.

              The Pod fits in the group of "strangest albums ever existed", even for a group known for going into the deep end of creativity in that weird high-brow low-brow way. Reportedly fueled by Scotch-guard (which the band has refuted in doing, although it was reported that they witnessed other people doing it) but more realistically a four-track tape machine, a collection of drum machines, various effect pedals, guitars and other assortments (and an unexpected case of getting mono), Ween created an album that demonstrates their eclectic tastes, a command of genre and a deliberate command of insanity.

              Its charm - or some its turn-off - the deliberate distortion. Years after this album, Ween would play some of these songs but yet give it a normal rendition. Here pitches are bent, guitar solos are deliberately out of whack with anything related to the song (the guitar lick at the end of "Laura" is an example), effects are used to their extreme (flangers, distortion, rotatory/Leslie, chorus, fuzz) and the vocals are either too high or too low (courtesy of tape speed). It is as if the recording is deliberately meant to be bad, when compared to a polished and refined production one is accustomed to any group other than Ween (or any other creative oddball group).

              So is it meant to irritate your ears? Perhaps. More than anything, it should make you laugh (especially if you have a musical sense of humor). Yes they like their Boognish, their pork roll egg and cheese and their other bathroom humor moments. But to say that they just do humor that would make any 12 year old laugh limits their capabilities. Anyone with an understanding of music would appreciate their musical humor ("Dr. Rock," "Captain Fantasy" and "Sketches of Winkle" has a Spinal Tap aura) and will be laughing with them during "Right to the Ways and the Rules of the World."

              In fact, their point of having fun is made very clear on the first track... a song built completely on a never-ending cymbal roll and fast guitar strum (usually signaling the end of a song performed live) occasionally interrupted by a sharp snare attack and then starting again. If you are laughing by the 30 second mark of that 3 minute "anti-climax," then chances are that you'll get the rest of the fun and creative joke.


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