Second studio album from New Hope, Pennsylvania's Ween. The Pod was originally recorded in 1990 at the band's apartment of the same name in Solebury Township, PA. It's a murky, sludge filled effort that is bound to confound some and please plenty of others. Some may say it's a "difficult" album that moves at a snail's pace, but there are touches of 70s prog-rock excellence buried amongst the fuzz; moments of brilliance that still stand up today. The bedroom thrash of "Sketches of Winkle," "Pushing UP Daisies" precursor "Pork Roll, Egg and Cheese," and the Dylan-esque "Sorry Charlie" are all good places to start. Twenty-three tracks in all. Released by Schnitzel Records on limited edition 180 gram grey vinyl housed in a gatefold sleeve with a CD of the album.
- limited to 1000 copies
- 180 gram grey marble double vinyl pressing
- gatefold sleeve
- CD included
- music label: Schnitzel Records 2018
reviewed by Company Hen 08/2018
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