I've enjoyed Ween for years, but didn't really consider myself a big fan. I listened to a track here and there, took in one of their live performances (an incredibly good one), and snickered at their oddly appropriate cameo in the movie "It's Pat," but over the years I didn't buy, or even listen to, each new release. "Quebec" has changed that. This is one of landmark albums that wins over indifferent or uncommitted listeners and sets them to exploring the band's earlier releases. Nearly every track stands well on its own and, Ween being Ween, bears little resemblence to the others, bouncing happily and haphazardly though genres and styles. The results will be half-baked to some, but heaven if you find it easy to reconcile heavily 70's retro-sounding, dreamy, beautiful songs like "Tried and True" and "Transdermal Celebration" with quirky, fun pieces like "So Many People in the Neighborhood" and "The F**ked Jam." Say goodbye to Top 40 drivel forever. Buy some Ween.