This is Ween at their finest. It's simultaneously a parody of and a tribute to country music, mocking mullet-headed wife beaters in "Piss up A Rope" and sending up sad-dog tunes with "Fluffy," while filling every second of every song with great melodies, harmonies, and musicianship. Hiring some of Nashville's finest session players on piano, harmonica, and pedal steel guitar don't, as you might think, make Ween's lyrical quirks stick out as a novelty. Instead it all gels together thanks to the fantastic songwriting -- tracks like "Japanese Cowboy," "I Don't Want To Leave You on the Farm," and "Mister Richard Smoker" are as catchy and tuneful as they come, and could be widely loved classics if they weren't so ... Ween. Biddly-Bah-Boop!! Buy this.