Ween is an alternative rock band composed of five members: Gene Ween, Dean Ween, Dave Dreiwitz, Claude Coleman Jr., and Glenn McClelland. The band was formed in 1984 by Aaron Freeman, otherwise known as Gene Ween, and Mickey Melchiondo, otherwise known as Dean Ween. The two bonded over their love of music. Heavily influenced by The Ramones, Freeman and Melchiondo created the name Ween as reminiscent of the popular rock band. They performed as a duo for the first 10 years of their career, later expanding to four members in 1994 and eventually five in 1997. The band is said to be "sprouted from the demon-god Boognish" and has its image plastered all over their brand.
While they are termed as alternative rock, the band is known for their experimental musical styles, ranging from lo-fi in their early days to punk rock to synthesizer. Ween is also known for their comical lyrics. Most of their lyrics reference band members or friends, as evident in titles such as “I Saw Gener Cryin' In His Sleep” and "Leave Deaner Alone.” In 1993, Ween released “Push th’ Little Daisies,” which eventually became their highest charting single. The song gained traction after being featured in the popular MTV show Beavis and Butthead.
The band broke up in 2011, but came back together in 2015 to perform a two-show reunion concert in Brooklyn. Since then, the band has continued to tour and has even released a live album.
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