Quebec

Ween - Quebec
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2003 Ratings: #145 / 239
User Score
Based on 49 ratings
2003 Ratings: #32
August 5, 2003 / Release Date
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Sanctuary / Label
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94
Ween's first record apart from their former label, Elektra, is perhaps their finest work to date. They take the whimsical vocal and instrumental styles which were on The Mollusk and mix them with the alternative rock sound which they tried in earlier albums like Chocolate and Cheese. Every single hook is pure bliss, whether it be one of the weirder ones (So Many People in the Neighborhood) or more mainstream rock influenced (Transdermal Celebration), the hooks are probably the most memorable ... read more
amygoodall
82
we fucking stan
ZachLlor
100
Very underrated.
79
Ween's dominant era was undoubtedly the 90's. Pure Guava, The Mollusk, Chocolate and Cheese. These are all fantastic LP's. But that's not to say that Ween burned out in the 2000's. Quebec is one of Ween's finest albums and it's also might be their most vulnerable. Ween has had a handful of tender moments on other albums but they've never dug quite this deep. Songs like 'Zoloft' and 'Happy Colored Marbles' may seem on the surface to be typical goofball anthems from the Boognish boys, they are ... read more
CxAylward
60
a bit vanilla for Ween but also v interesting
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