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I am… saddened by this news. However, Ween has given us a lot of great music over the years, and I have to respect Aaron Freeman’s decision. And now, I’m going to jam some Ween into my earholes.
Pocket Calculator – Kraftwerk
I just puked a little.
Deadites – Teeel
This video makes perfect sense.
This… is terrible news.
How is that guy not all like, “Schwing!”
It’s a tough call… but, I’m going to have to say White Pony.
This is boring. I’m bored now.
It’s about time this man gets some blog love.
Is there any other way?
That wasn’t practically uncomfortable to watch. It was straight up uncomfortable.
Is it too soon to say “Street Joy?” Because that’s a hot jamm…
Tommy, it’s too bad you never learned grammar/spelling while sitting in your tower.
Also, where’s Com Truise?!
I am quite surprised that the Junior Boys “It’s All True” did not make this list. The album is solid and easily deserves a top 5 position, as does Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.’s “It’s A Corporate World.” These two groups have delivered true album experiences, not just a few singles with a bunch of filler.
Your omission of James Blake was appropriate, as his release was exactly what I just described: a few singles (amazing tracks, granted) with a lot of filler.