by Ween

Album: Chocolate And Cheese (1994)


  • In the song "Candi," you can hear the muffled voice of Gene Ween (Aaron Freeman) from time to time; at one point, it sounds as if he's saying "Get me out of here!" Dean Ween (Mickey Melchiondo) had placed Gene in the trunk of his car and recorded him singing as he drove around the parking lot. The result is the muted, frantic vocals heard in "Candi."


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