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God Ween Satan Enhanced, Limited Edition, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 1990
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced, Limited Edition, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Restless Records
  • ASIN: B00005NNFH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,354 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. You Fucked Up
2. Tick
3. I'm In The Mood To Move
4. I Gots A Weasel
5. Fat Lenny
6. Cold And Wet
7. Bumblebee
8. Bumblebee Part 2
9. Don't Laugh (I Love You)
10. Never Squeal
11. Up On The Hill
12. Wayne's Pet Youngin'
13. Nicole
14. Common Bitch
15. El Camino
16. Old Queen Cole
17. Stacey
18. Nan
19. Licking The Palm For Guava
20. Mushroom Festival In Hell
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Editorial Reviews

Customer Reviews

This is probably one of Ween's most interesting albums.
Indy film fan
I would recommend any fan of Ween to give it at least two listens.
TimboSlice
So unique, so ambitious, so funny and so very irreverent.
Paul J. Escamilla

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By B on July 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is the epitome of Ween. For those of you who are unfamiliar with them, they're a couple of guys ("brothers" Gene and Dean Ween - obviously psyeunoms) who make extremely bizarre and downright hilarious music. They typically sing in weird voices (even altering them to sound like they just gulped loads of helium), and worship something named the "Boognish". What sets them apart from someone like Weird Al is that you don't feel like you're listening to a novelty act, because they're extraordinarily talented musicians. "GodWeenSatan: The Oneness" is their first album, comprised of no less than 29 extremely lo-fi recordings. But even in their early days (when the guys were about 20 years old), they're able to showcase a wide diversity in musical styles (this diversity would increase with each subsequent album).
I usually go track-by-track in my reviews, but there's too damn many of them, and it would go over the word limit, so I'll just point out various highlights.
The opening cut, "You F'ed Up", is classic Ween: it's a harsh slice of pure heavy metal, with some of the most offendingly hilarious lyrics ever devised. I won't even try to quote them here. "Common B*tch" is quite similar, and also great.
"Fat Lenny" has Gene (who sings almost all of the songs) spitting out lyrics in a tone of voice eerily similar to Cartman from South Park (despite the fact that it was released in 1990). "I Gots a Weasel" is a faux blues number, while "Squelch the Weasel" is a medieval folk pastiche (also kinda sounds like Simon & Garfunkle)
The two funniest "songs" on the album are "I'm In the Mood To Move" and "Blackjack".
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Alan Pounds on September 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The craziest, wackiest, quirkiest, humorous, freewheeling, funnest most unique Ween album ever. A mix of indie, lofi, punk, metal, pop and comedy rock makes this album one of the coolest albums I've ever heard. This album displays the great relationship Gene and Dean have together as song writers. It is clear that they are having so much fun making the music, adding thier heart and soul into every song on the album. It is a great 76 minute adventure of ever changing joy. The remastered sound is superb; you can even notice the quality difference on a little boom box. Some of the best tracks (in my opinion) include: I'm in the mood to move, Fat Lenny, Bumblebee (both parts), Don't Laugh (I Love You), Nan and the crazy psychedelic Blackjack. God Ween Satan: The Oneness is an experience in itself, that everyone with an open mind should hear.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Z. Jemison on September 16, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Leave it to Ween to release a 25th Anniversary Reissue of an album that's eleven years old. In addition to the three bonus tracks "Bumblebee Part 2," "Stacey," and "Hippy Smell," this album features "State of the Art 39-bit Remastering" and was "Enhanced with T-Base Pro Linear '46' Phasing." Noise never sounded better. Really, it never did.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dan Watkins on October 8, 2010
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
Let me begin this review by saying that God Ween Satan, as an album, gets an easy five stars from me. It's fun, rockin', and funny--one of the staples of my high school days. However, this particular vinyl re-issue by Plain Records is woefully disappointing. Plain Records is quickly earning a nasty reputation from vinyl enthusiasts due to its track record of lackluster LP reissues, and this one is sadly no exception. The music is muddy and lifeless with no definition to the mix, and the volume is oddly low. This is the third edition of this album I've bought (following the original 1990 Twin Tone CD and the 2001 Restless CD remaster), and this is the worst by a mile. I'm seriously starting to wonder what sources these guys are cutting their records from because they have absolutely no dynamics, depth, or warmth to them. Don't let the 180-gram vinyl fool you either. It may be 180 grams, but that doesn't matter when the mastering is so pitiful. It's really a shame Plain hasn't figured out what they're doing because they're releasing tons of great albums that deserve much better treatment. Don't waste your money on this garbage. Stick with the CD.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Indy film fan on December 13, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is probably one of Ween's most interesting albums. In the cover there is a story of the brothers Dean and Gene Ween and their encounter with Boognish, who is displayed on the front cover of the album. They go on to say that Boognish is the embodiment of two extremes: Good and Evil. The musical styles of this album are more or less a reflection of this concept. The gist of this album is punky, funky, and ultimately delerium, ABSOLUTELY a Ween album to say the least. There is even a funky cover of Prince's "Let me lick your p***y". This is definetely an album for Ween affecionados. Those who are recently tuning in to the band may do well to pick up "Chocolate and Cheese" or "White Pepper". Like the title of one of the albums songs, this disc is like a mushroom festival in hell. Hail Boognish!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Wesley Townsend on July 4, 2003
Format: Audio CD
The sound quality on this release is way better than the original cd, and the bonus tracks are pretty good. It would be better if the bonus tracks were at the end. As it is, they are sprinkled throughout, and I think it interrupts the flow of the album, but hey, that is a minor complaint. The final point is, this is a great remaster of an already classic release.
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