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I ran out and bought this album immediately.
First time listeners will most likely find this one the most accessible if they were scared off by the craziness of Ween's earlier albums.
This album is a tad more mature than some of their earlier stuff, and is a great salute to the older styles of rock music.
Great album, and it played through very clean. No skipping, which I've noticed happens a lot with newer lps.Published 17 days ago by Brian
Depending on my mood, this can be my favorite Ween album. Ween will never be mistaken for a master band, but they are extremely talented, and Aaron Freeman has some pretty... Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Turner
Ween is/was a criminally underrated band because some critics (*cough*Rolling Stone*cough) didn't like their sometimes whimsical approach to lyrics.
So what? Read more
I know, you're thinking , "this guys crazy, nobody,s better than the Beatles(lol)". Well blame the great and powerful Boognish, not me. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jacob Starr
Ween is my favorite band, "White Pepper" is one of their best albums, and every song on it is good. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ryan Burkhalter
I love having this on vinyl. It's white vinyl, too, which I don't care about, but the sound is great. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Seth W Campbell
Gene Ween is dynamite.
There are a few lovely weenish ballots on his album.
This is a must have Ween album. Read more
This is a great ween album. Personally, it's my favorite. "Even if you Don't", "Stay Forever" and "She's Your Baby" are some of the best written songs in their catalog. Read morePublished on April 3, 2011 by DiscoKid
As a casual Ween fan I found this to be more accessible than The Mollusk or Chocolate & CHeese which friends had championed. Read morePublished on May 14, 2010 by Usuallee