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Chocolate & Cheese


Download links and information about Chocolate & Cheese by Ween. This album was released in 1994 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Humor genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 54:47 minutes.

Artist: Ween
Release date: 1994
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Humor
Tracks: 16
Duration: 54:47
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No. Title Length
1. Take Me Away 3:00
2. Spinal Meningitis (Got Me Down) 2:52
3. Freedom Of '76 2:50
4. I Can't Put My Finger On It 2:47
5. A Tear for Eddie 4:49
6. Roses Are Free 4:34
7. Baby Bitch 3:04
8. Mister, Would You Please Help My Pony? 2:55
9. Drifter In the Dark 2:31
10. Voodoo Lady 3:48
11. Joppa Road 3:02
12. Candi (LP Version) 4:02
13. Buenas Tardes Amigo 7:06
14. The HIV Song (LP Version) 2:09
15. What Deaner Was Talking About 1:59
16. Don't S**t Where You Eat 3:19



Dozens of great and very strange underground bands were signed to major labels in the wake of Nirvana’s phenomenal success, but one could argue that none made better use of major-label money than rural Pennsylvania’s beloved basement duo Ween. Where Dean and Gene Ween had displayed a grand sonic imagination on albums like The Pod and Pure Guava, with Chocolate & Cheese Ween finally got to decorate its dreams with luxury upholstery rather than scavenged materials. Chocolate & Cheese continues the stylistic cavalcade of Ween’s prior albums. But this time the sound quality is extraordinarily rich, and the song structures—though still proudly aberrant—are finely crafted. “Baby Bitch,” “Drifter in the Dark," and “Don’t Sh*t Where You Eat” are flat-out great songs, with no qualification. But the album's real pleasure is the way it shines a light on the duo’s instrumental acuity and vocal skills. “Take Me Away,” “Freedom of ‘76," and “A Tear for Eddie” are exquisite. Like the rest of the tracks here, they apply a constant standard of musicianship to wildly unpredictable song forms.