The 10 Best Ween Songs of All-Time

Ween is an American rock band formed in 1984 in New Hope, Pennsylvania. Throughout their career, Ween produced a wide variety of musical styles, including rock, pop, folk, soul, funk, country, psychedelia, rhythm and blues, and more. One of the earliest examples of their eclectic style is the song “Pork Roll Egg and Cheese”, which is a fusion of country, pop, and rock. Ween’s music is known for its often humorous lyrics, and the band has been categorized as everything from comedy rock to acid country. However, Ween’s music is also sincere and personal, and many of their songs deal with serious topics such as addiction, depression, and death. Ween has released eleven studio albums, the most recent being 2016’s The Palace. The band has also released several live albums and compilations, and they continue to tour regularly. Ween’s songs are some of the most unique and innovative in rock music, and their career is one of the most interesting and accomplished in the history of the genre. Here are ten of the best Ween songs.

10. Ocean Man

 

The song ‘Ocean Man’ is from the album ‘The Mollusk’ and it is one of Ween’s most popular songs. It is a mellow, acoustic-based song with lyrics that seem to be about the ocean but are actually about addiction and recovery. The song is beautiful and hopeful, and it is one of the band’s most moving and poignant songs. This song is also notable for its use in the Spongebob Squarepants movie, where it plays during the credits.

9. Bananas and Blow

 

This is another song from ‘The Mollusk’ and it is a fun, upbeat, pop song with lyrics about drug use. The song is catchy and fun, and it is one of Ween’s most popular songs. It was released as a single, and the music video is also very popular. It features the band dressed as pirates, and it is very silly and humorous. This song topped the Billboard Modern Rock charts, and it is one of Ween’s most successful songs.

8. Voodoo Lady

 

This is a song from the album Chocolate and Cheese’ and it is one of Ween’s most popular songs. It is a funky, soulful song with lyrics about a woman who is a voodoo queen. The song is catchy and fun, and it is one of Ween’s most popular songs. The song ‘Voodoo’ was released as a single in 1994 and it reached #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. The song has been covered by many artists, including the band Phish.

7. Transdermal Celebration

 

This song was released as a single in 2003 and it is from the album ‘Quebec’. The song is about taking drugs and having a good time. The song is catchy and fun, and it is one of Ween’s most popular songs. It was ranked as the 4th best Ween song by Spin magazine. The song has been used in several movies and tv shows, including the 2006 movie ‘The Wendell Baker Story’ and the tv show ‘American Dad’.

6. Tried And True

 

Ween’s “Tried and True” is a fan favorite for its catchy melody and relatable lyrics. The song is about a relationship that has gone through some tough times but is still going strong. This is a feel-good song that will make you want to dance and sing along. It was voted by fans as Ween’s best song and is a must-have for any fan of the band. When asked about the song, Ween has said that it is about “finding somebody that you can rely on.” This is a sentiment that many people can relate to and makes the song even more special.

5. Gabrielle

 

The song ‘Gabrielle’ is a beautiful ballad written by Ween about the singer’s daughter. The lyrics are touching and sentimental, and the song will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. The song was able to pull more fun for the band. The song is about a young girl named Gabrielle who is dying of cancer. Ween wrote the song to raise money for Gabrielle’s treatment.

4. The Mollusk

 

This song is the title track from Ween’s 1997 album The Mollusk. The song is an ode to the sea creature of the same name and is one of the band’s most popular songs. The lyrics of the song ‘The Mollusk’ are written from the perspective of a mollusk, and detail the creature’s life in the sea. The song is quirky and humorous, as are many of Ween’s songs. The song was ranked number 4 on Pitchfork’s list of the 100 best Ween songs.

3. Piss up a Rope

 

Ween has a knack for writing songs about, well, just about anything. And “Piss Up a Rope” is perhaps the most literal example of that. The song is, quite simply, about taking a leak. But it’s also a hilarious ode to the joys of urination, set to a catchy country-rock melody. This song is proof that even the most mundane topics can be turned into something special with the right perspective (and a sense of humor).

2. Push th’ Little Daisies

 

Ween’s biggest hit is also one of their most whimsical, and “Push th’ Little Daisies” is a perfect example of the band’s off-kilter sense of humor. The song is ostensibly about a flower that springs up after being stepped on, but it’s also a clever metaphor for rebirth and resurrection. With its catchy hook and absurd lyrics, “Push th’ Little Daisies” is one of Ween’s most memorable and beloved songs.

1. Take Me Away

 

This song is from the album White Pepper and was released in 1994. It is a beautiful song that talks about wanting to be taken away from all the pain and hurt in the world. The lyrics are very moving and the music is beautiful. This song was able to pick up a lot of airplay and was one of Ween’s most popular songs. Ween won various awards for this song including a Grammy Award for Best Recording Package.

Conclusion

Ween’s debut in the music industry with its unique and original approach to music composition made them one of the most creative bands of all time. They’ve written songs about any topic you can think of, from the mundane to the bizarre, and everything in between. They have a massive catalog of songs to choose from, but these ten are the best of the best. If you’re a fan of Ween or just looking for some good tunes, these songs are a must-listen.

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