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The Pod (album) by Ween

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The Pod
The Pod by Ween (1991)
Overall rank: 4,485th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
74/100 (from 77 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top albums of 1991 (70th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (870th)
Award Best albums of all time (4,485th)

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Ween RSD Vinyl LP The Pod New/Sealed Gene Dean Phish Boognish
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Ween The Pod RSD Exclusive Limited Clear Vinyl Lp
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WEEN - The Pod 2 x LP + CD - 180 Gram Grey Colored Vinyl Album - Reissue Record
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Ween bestography

The Pod is ranked 6th best out of 20 albums by Ween on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Ween is The Mollusk which is ranked number 536 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 4,955.

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From Djrippa
I agree that this is hard to sit through the first time around. However, once you give it a few more listens you start to realize just how amazing this album is. Starting off with great songs like Dr. Rock, Sorry Charlie, Pollo Asada, Right to the ways and the rules of the world, this album hits you hard with gems. As it goes on, you get slower and songs with a lower pitch. The climax of pork roll egg and cheese is definitely one of the best endings to an album. The only clear flaw is having the stallion pt. 2 after pork roll egg and cheese. Pork roll even ends with a thanks for listening saying its the end. This may not be easy to get into, but is definitely worth while if you can.
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From koner1
I've hard literally such a hard time getting through this album even ONCE. Dense as you can possibly get, and the fact that it's 75+ minutes doesn't help much. Only three real gems here honestly, which are Pork Roll Egg and Cheese, Captain Fantasy and (Oh My Dear) Falling in Love.
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