Dean and Gene Ween's eclectic post-modern pop defies categorization. With a wry sense of humor, in the spirit of the Dead Milkmen's "Bitchin' Camaro" or Tenacious D's "Kyle Took a Bullet for Me," Ween have thumbed their noses at any serious concept of popular music. Each album is, in fact, more a collection of Song Parodies rather than meticulously penned, Bic-worthy anthems. Their synth-driven stabs at soul, R&B, and Punk have truly achieved life-of-the-mushroom-party status. And with song titles such as "Hey Fat Boy (As*hole)," "Reggaejunkiejew," and "Mister Would You Please Help My Pony?" Ween are dead-set on having the last laugh.