Fouth studio album from New Hope, Pennsylvania's Ween. Chocolate And Cheese was originally recorded in 1994 and was the band's first foray in a proper recording studio. Dean and Geen traverse pretty much every musical style available while proving once and for all that they were impressive songwriters. Their trademark weirdness is there in spades, but the songs hold up on their own. Includes the songs: "Freedom of '76," "Voodoo Lady," "I Can't Put My Finger on It," and "Buenas Tardes Amigo." Sixteen tracks in all. Released by Plain Recordings on fitting cheddar yellow and cocoa brown colored vinyl.
- 180g green vinyl pressing
- gatefold sleeve with cuto
- double colored vinyl pressing - cheddar yellow and cocoa brown
- music label: Elektra 1994 / Plain Recordings 2016
reviewed by oh brother 01/2016
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