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One of my favourites.

Listening to this album has stopped me from kicking holes in stuff, many times.


*gonna cut your fuckin’ grass, btw

Dean Ween takes to the seas

Mickey Melchiondo, the erstwhile “Dean Ween” of the recently disbanded Ween, has his eyes on a new career in reality television. According to nj.com, the New Jersey native is planning a fishing oriented show with Les Claypool of Primus. 70 more words


Bread and Butter: Obscure Ancient Wine and the End of (Long Live!) Ween…

While I will get back to my flash sale wine site reviews sooner than later, I have a pile of tasting notes that I’ve been sorely neglecting, and opening and noting random old bottles is one of my very favorite activities. 480 more words


We had the best time at your party... Goodbye, Ween.

Yesterday, one of my absolute favorite bands decided to call it quits.  Ween was born in 1984 after Aaron Freeman and Mickey Melchiondo met in 8th grade and since then has evolved from two kids screwing around with sounds into a very competent and, dare I say, genius musical project.  716 more words


Guitarsists spotted at Kanrocksas

The Kansas Speedway just played host to the first ever Kanrocksas Music Festival, a two-day gathering of bands and artistic enterprises. Upwards of 50,000 fans were baked alive over the course of the event. 56 more words


Hockey Day in Philadelphia

Today is Hockey Day in Canada, which is my favorite holiday. I love watching (thank you, NHL Center Ice) the Hockey Night in Canada crew bringing the game, and all its faces–young, old, pro, amateur, boys, and girls–to show how wonderfully rich the game makes Canada (and those of us who are hockey mad, if not Canadian). 545 more words