Oh, I just assumed it'd be every Saturday.
Then maybe I could fill out the time slot instead, being Saturday and all. Unless somebody else wants to have a go.>>32448
Alright sounds good.
I think I figured out which Ween albums I want to stream and in what order. Their sound evolved gradually album to album, so it's hard to make a clean separation in their discography and pick just two for the night. So I decided to leave out a couple of outlier records, and pick the ones that represent their sound the best.
Next will be the last of the "palatable" ones :-D
Chocolate and Cheese: their first really "mainstream" album, where the technical quality of their sound increased greatly due to being signed up with Electra records, but they still had that early weirdness carrying over.
Quebec: the latest iteration of their sound. The record happened during a tough period in band's history, and it is a noticeable downer sound, even if there is a facade of whimsy covering it up.
In between those we have 12 Golden Country Greats and The Mollusk, which we have already listened to, and White Pepper.
I left out White Pepper, which, despite having some classic tunes, is a bit conceptually bland compared to the rest.
After that we'll have the early, rough stuff.
GodWeenSatan: The Oneness is their debut album. It's heavy, it's bold, it's batshit insane at time, and also really funny. You could call it a "parody" of classic rock and pop musical tropes, but I prefer to call it a deconstruction.
The Pod: their second album, and although it is a logical conclusion to GodWeenSatan in terms of being a deconstruction of various musical genres, thematically it's quite far removed. It's dark, muddy, uh, minimalist, extremely lo-fi. It's been called... unlistenable by some. Imagine a couple guys recording an album on a shitty tape deck while fucked up on shrooms. That's pretty much what happened, according to some interviews.
Pure Guava: the last album before transitioning to their new sound, where it feels like they gathered up all of their good left over material and released it, as to not leave anything out from that era of their sound. It's not as cohesive as the others, but it has some great tunes, and it's a more relaxed experience than the previous two.
I'm thinking of leaving out The Pod because it's not a casual listen. Even I have to be in a particular mood to sit through it from start to end.
I guess those two leftover albums could be something to explore personally later on.
After that we'll do some bootlegs and stuff.