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Ween - The Mollusk mp3 download

Performer: Ween
Title: The Mollusk
Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Comedy Rock,Indie Rock
Location: Byoak Garms, Holicong, PA
Duration: 43:53
Released: June 24, 1997
Size MP3 version: 1263 mb
Size FLAC version: 1649 mb
Size WMA version: 1558 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 873
Genre: Pop Rock

Ween - The Mollusk mp3 download

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The Mollusk is the sixth studio album by American rock band Ween, released by Elektra Records on June 24, 1997.

Ween - The Mollusk (1997). Авторы текста и музыки. Andrew Weiss, Aaron Freeman, Michael Melchiondo.

A good friend of mine has compared Ween to the Beatles and how the Beatles took all sorts of pop music and turned it on its ear. You kow, after listening to The Mollusk, it's not hard to imagine what kind of White Album these crazy motherfuckers from Pennsylvania could crank out one of these days. I am your professional marine tour guide, Clam Eater 3000, and today we will be taking a journey down the Australian beaches into the cool, mysterious waters of the prosperous Great Barrier Reef. A lot is awaiting us! Today, we are examining a strange breed of creatures that inhabit between the magnificent, colorful corals, known as "Ween".

The Mollusk is the sixth studio album by American rock band Ween, released by Elektra Records on June 24th, 1997.

Ween’s sixth studio album, The Mollusk, was released on June 24, 1997, and is regarded as their most composite and well put-together album to date. The Mollusk compiles a variety of musical genres from pirate shanties to children’s songs to progressive rock, but doesn’t shy away from its psychedelic, nautical theme that ties the lucid, wacky album together. The Mollusk Q&A. Producers Andrew Weiss. Writers Dean Ween, Gene Ween & Ween. At The Cat’s Cradle, 1992. Show all albums by Ween.

It just isn't as explicit about its intentions. Nearly every song on The Mollusk has a nautical theme, buoyed by a heavy progressive rock influence. Several songs deviate from the theme - the synthetic new wave pulse of "I'll Be Your Jonny on the Spot" and the frenzied pseudo-country of "Waving My Dick in the Wind" are neither seafaring nor prog - but there's an unmistakable watery undertow to the record.

Mollusk unsurprisingly enough, is a sort of concept album, though it is a very loose one at that. Quite a few songs are based around nautical topics, as Ween had been traveling along the eastern edge of the United States. Even the songs have a sort of cohesive sound quality to them, even though it is literally impossible for such studio masterminds like Ween to stay in one place for very long. On Mollusk, Ween take their music to a (somewhat) more mature state, with plenty of acoustic guitars

The Mollusk ‎(CD, Album). Elektra, EastWest Japan. I've been avoiding anything from Plain but I really want to complete my Ween vinyl collection, so I went out on a limb and bought The Mollusk on black vinyl. I can confirm that it sounds digitally sourced-it sounds exactly like the CD-and it is by far the noisiest new LP I have ever purchased! Hisssss POP!

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I'm Dancing in the Show Tonight Ween Ween 1:55
2 The Mollusk Ween Ween 2:36
3 Polka Dot Tail Ween Ween 3:19
4 I'll Be Your Jonny on the Spot Ween Ween 2:00
5 Mutilated Lips Ween Ween 3:48
6 The Blarney Stone Ween Ween 3:14
7 It's Gonna Be (Alright) Ween Ween 3:18
8 The Golden Eel Ween Ween 4:03
9 Cold Blows the Wind Traditional / Ween Ween 4:27
10 Pink Eye (On My Leg) Ween Ween 3:12
11 Waving My Dick in the Wind Ween Ween 2:11
12 Buckingham Green Ween Ween 3:18
13 Ocean Man Ween Ween 2:07
14 She Wanted to Leave (Reprise) Ween Ween 4:25


Sam Brooks - Cover Design
Claude Coleman, Jr. - Engineer
Finlay Cowan - Cover Design
Peter Curzon - Artwork
Juan Garcia - Assistant Engineer
Bill McNamara - Assistant Engineer
Kirk Miller - Sound Effects
Steve Nebesney - Assistant Engineer
Tom Nichols - Photography
Mick Preston - Assistant Engineer
Ralph Smith - Assistant Engineer
Storm Thorgerson - Cover Design
Traditional - Composer
Rupert Truman - Photography
Ween - Composer, Primary Artist
Dean Ween - Engineer, Guitar, Vocals
Gene Ween - Engineer, Vocals
Andrew Weiss - Engineer, Mixing, Producer
Jim Woolsey - Assistant Engineer
Beatles get weird. This is the album that "Yellow Submarine" should have been.
This Is the album that got me into music and it made me open to lots of weird and eclectic sounds in music. I’d recommend this album to pretty much anybody especially because it follows weens typical genre bending while sticking with a consistent theme of the ocean
The title cut is such a spot-on parody of prog that it makes for a very listenable tune (Ocean Man is also hilariously good)