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God Ween Satan


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1. You Fucked Up
2. Tick
3. I'm In The Mood To Move
4. I Gots A Weasel
5. Fat Lenny
6. Cold & Wet
7. Bumb'e Bee
8. Don't Laugh (I Love You)
9. Never Squeal
10. Up On The Hill (Trad.)
11. Wayne's Pet Youngin'
12. Nicole
13. Common Bitch
14. El Camino
15. Old Queen Cole
16. Nan
17. Licking The Palm For Guava
18. Mushroom Festival In Hell
19. L.M.L.Y.P. (Ween Is In Trouble Dudes)
20. Papa Zit
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 20, 1991)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Twintower/Restless
  • ASIN: B0000018VP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,044 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 11, 1998
Format: Audio CD
This was the 2nd Ween album I got (the 1st was chocolate and cheese). For all of C&C's schizophrenia, it is a very polished studio production. God Ween Satan isn't. After a single listen, I was disappointed that there weren't gorgeous pop gems like Freedom of '76 or Joppa Road. I hadn't anticipated on buying a punk record, and that's what most of the noise on GWS sounded like at first. Alas, I put the disc in my car and let it soak in over countless traffic jams. Quickly this album went from sounding like "on the fringe" garage band demos to nothing short of a classic rock and roll album. This record has reshaped my tolerance for a wide variety of musical genres. These guys are not for everyone, but if you find yourself attracted to any single ween tune, than you really need to uncover the whole picture. Get every album, starting with this one!!!!!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 2, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Nobody can appreciate this on a first listen. Well, maybe two die-hard Ween fans, but that's about it. Most people feel that all artists are obliged to put the very best versions of their songs onto their studio albums. They feel that everything should sound perfect: no cracking of voices, no out-of-tune instruments, none of the things you might expect out of a live performance... essentially, people want music that is drained of life, drained of spirit, totally artificial and mechanical. Ween smashes the majority to pieces beginning with this album (I say this because this was their first "major" release) and continues through the Pod, climaxing at Pure Guava, the most beautiful piece of art ever crafted. Remember one thing, though... CHAINSAW SOLO!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 8, 1999
Format: Audio CD
And then there was ween....My god I've only waited for the chance to express what a band ween is now here's my chance.The eclectic melange of southern alabama soul to prince to "tick"(to wich the song has a universal feel)...I remember putting the tape on in one of my buddy's car's and crushing his brain,then I knew that ween was and is seriouse!!. I rate them 5 for every album. keep pumpin out the crap and can't wait to hear paintin' the town brown rahhhhhhhhh
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 16, 1999
Format: Audio CD
this being their 5th album after abunch of impossible to find now made at home releases they unleashed this masterpiece, how the hell could you not like this album! their style of parody is so intelligent are hard to explain yet its also beautiful and original. pray to god these guys never become mainstream.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 15, 1998
Format: Audio CD
This early project by the wierd Ween brothers smashes all preconceptions about the construction of an American rock album. There are about 25 songs and each one marks a formidable change in style and energy from the previous one. This is beyond avant-gard- it is experimental music that annihilates all melody-harmony-rhythm conventions. Well, there are a few pretty little songs on here, like "Don't laugh, I Love You" but they infuse it with such awesome lyrics like "Ernest Hemingway will always be there for me, but now, Ernest Hemingway is dead, now..." and "...if you locked me in the sun, tinkle-tinkle I, WOULD, RUN..." In these 25 songs, there are about a thousand points of shocking, lyric madness which illuminate, disturb, and uplift, by turns. Ween IS the best band out there right now, and their best tracks ever exist on GOD, WEEN, SATAN. "Birthday Boy", "Fat Lenny", "Bumblebee", "Marbletulipjuicytree". All Ween, all perfect sinning frivolity, WEEN IS ALL.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 25, 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is the greatest thing to happen to modern music since Bob Dylan. If you don't like music at all, you mind will change once you hear this masterpiece.
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Ween's first official album is 26 songs of craziness. Its pure undilluted punk rock zaniness with plenty of cock-rock metal riffs, loud noisy feedback, distortion, spastic shouted vocals, weird voice effects, randomly breaking into more calm but equally insane tracks covering genres as diverse as beebop and folk. All this without taken itself seriously at all. The musics all good but if there's any songs you don't like they're all different so you'll like something off here. Most of it is sloppy punk (psychadelic and goofy punk not unlike Butthole Surfers and Dead Milkmen) but "Fat Lenny" is like half-assed ACDC, "I'm In The Mood" is dumb (aka brilliant) hip-hop, "Don't Laugh" is pure little kid cutesy pop, "Don't Squeal" is beebop or lounge or something, "Nicole" is pure reggae, "El Camino" is a Spanish style ballad, "LMLYP" is pure funk (actually a medoly of atleast two Prince songs), "Squelch The Weasel" is slow creepy folk, "Marble Tulip Juicy Tree" and "Puffy Cloud" are psychadelic folk rock for smokin that chronic to. Most of it is fast sloppy punk ("You F-ed Up", "Tick", "Bumble Bee", "Ole Queen Cole", "Waynes Pet Young Un", etc) and "Up On The Hill" is a punked out gospel song. There's 26 songs total. The remastered version, which I used to have has some extra tracks which are really good and has a track listing but the old one was cheaper so I got it. It was produced by the dude who played bass in Gone (Greg Ginn from Black Flag's side project) and later in Rollins Band (with the singer from Black Flag) and has anyone noticed "You F-ed Up" ends the same way as "Rise Above" by Black Flag? Anyway, Ween's first album is a timeless classic. Every song is cool and DIFFERENT. This is before they were a professional band (check out At The Cats Cradel dvd or youtube to see).Read more ›
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