Seventh studio album from New Hope, Pennsylvania's Ween. White Pepper was originally recorded between 1999 and 2000, and was the band's last album for Elektra Records. The album's title combines the Beatles White Album and Sgt. Pepper's titles, hinting at what lies within. It's one of Ween's more polished albums, although not very cohesive. Gene and Dean poke fun at various forms of radio friendly pop. Includes the songs: "Even If You Don't," "Stay Forever," and "The Grobe." Twelve tracks in all. Released by Plain Recordings on white vinyl.
- white colored vinyl
- limited edition
- music label: Plain Recordings 2000 / 2009
reviewed by Banana Stan D 05/2016
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