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8 thoughts on “ Buckingham Green - Ween - The Mollusk (CD, Album)

  1. The Mollusk is the sixth studio album by American rock band Ween, released by Elektra Records on June 24, It is a multi-genre concept album with a dark nautical theme, with most songs incorporating elements from psychedelia and/or sea shanties while also featuring a heavy progressive rock influence. Dean Ween described the album as "the only record that I ever felt really confident Genre: Alternative rock, art rock, neo-psychedelia, .
  2. Dec 25,  · Only charted at # on Billboard when the album came out in It is the first Ween album to make it on this chart. This is easily one of the best albums. If songs like the title track, "Mutilated Lips", and their most popular track "Ocean Man" doesn't convince you I don't know what will/5().
  3. Buckingham Green was a small run-down strip mall located in the area Ween grew up in. Think about that. Riptides99 on June 24, Link No Replies Log in to reply5/5(1).
  4. Ween is an American alternative rock & experimental rock band that formed in in New Hope, Pennsylvania when Aaron Freeman (aka Gene Ween) and Mickey Melchiondo (aka Dean Ween) met in an eighth grade typing class. After a year run, Freeman quit the band in , citing the need to focus on his alcohol and drug addiction issues. Nonetheless, Ween reformed in late and is currently.
  5. Buckingham Green is a strip mall 15 minutes outside of New Hope, PA the city where Ween is from and was a popular hangout spot for teens.. The song went through numerous changes throughout.
  6. This album is themed around the ocean, with most of the songs being written on a beach house in New Jersey. From pirates in a bar (The Blarney Stone), to steampunk thrillers (Buckingham Green), Ween nailed every track, giving off a feeling of pride and joy in their work. This album rivals many of the classics in terms of quality, depth, and fun/5().
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green Marbled Vinyl release of The Mollusk on Discogs.
  8. Dec 01,  · Here it is; my favorite Ween song. I remember being instantly intrigued by The Mollusk album as soon as I heard this song, and it gave me a reason to .

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