1996's 12 Golden Country Greats is the Pennsylvania duo's fifth full-length but the first to stick to just one style which was, surprisingly enough, country music. That said, the title of the album is only half-correct as there are actually only 10 songs here. Why? You'll have to ask Dean and Gene that one. Featuring some of Nashville's greatest session musicians (including "Pig" Robbins, Charlie McCoy, and the Jordanaires), this is one of Ween's finest records to date, with that classic Ween sense of humor filtered through a distinct countrypolitan sound.
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