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8 thoughts on “ Papa Zit - Ween - God Ween Satan - The Oneness (Cassette, Album)

  1. When GodWeenSatan: The Oneness was released in , the popular musical climate was much like what was experienced throughout the Eighties. Lavish wigs and pop divas were still all the rage, and alternative rock was still raging somewhat below the mainstream, with a few lucky players--Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jane’s Addiction come to mind--making subtle moves to infiltrate the norm.
  2. Limited double opaque pink and blue colored vinyl LP pressing. Originally released on Twin/Tone in , God Ween Satan: The Oneness was the first album from the eclectic and eccentric duo of Dean and Gene Ween. 26 songs covering nearly as many genres, metal, rock, soul, folk, pop, experimental, and more are covered all with the brilliant mix of humor and pop prowess that only Ween have been.
  3. Dean and Gene Ween were barely out of their teens when they recorded GodWeenSatan: The Oneness, and it shows: it's juvenile in the best sense of the word, mixing their sprawling sense of humor with punk, heavy metal, and a surprising amount of pop flexvelcremobuldoydondeworhardnetul.xyzinfo a whopping 23 tracks long, the album features a lot of noodling and lots of whacked-out pop, including "Nan," a dweeby tale of 8/
  4. Ween is one of the weirdest bands that I have ever listened to. God Ween Satan The Oneness is Weens debut album and it's definately there loudest and most expiremental. Ween can play almost any genre of music. This album goes from raging rock songs like "Old Queen Cole", "Fat Lenny", and "Papa Zit" to loveable pop songs like "Marble Tulip Juicy.
  5. Ween celebrated the reissue of their album God Ween Satan: The Oneness-- commonly accepted as their debut, despite all the indie tapes of the '80s -- by performing the album in its entirety in their hometown of New Hope, Pennsylvania on September 14, Only 11 years separated the release of God Ween Satan and this concert, which was released in as GodWeenSatan: Live, but Ween.
  6. Track List [Disc 1] You Fncked Up Tick I'm in the Mood Vocals - David Williams (11) I Got A Weasel Fat Lenny Cold And Wet Bumblebee Don't Laugh (I Love You) Never Squeal On The Pusher [Disc 2] Up On The Hill Wayne's Pet Youngin' Nicole Common Bitch El Camino Old Queen Cole [Disc 3] Nan Lick The Palm For Guava Mushroom Festival In Hell L.M.L.Y.P. Written-By [Shockadelica and Alphabet St. Rap.
  7. God Ween Satan: The Oneness, an Album by Ween. Released in on Plain (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Experimental Rock, Alternative Rock, Lo-Fi Indie/5(11).

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