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Voodoo Lady - Ween - Live In Chicago (DVD)

8 thoughts on “ Voodoo Lady - Ween - Live In Chicago (DVD)

  1. Mazugor says:
    Road Trip (performer: "Voodoo Lady") La leggenda del Titanic (performer: "Even If You Don't" - uncredited) South Park (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode).
  2. Mooguramar says:
    Ween-Live in Chicago. This show rules! A must for a true ween fan. Ebay is making me write more so I will keep typing until I have hit characters. If you are a ween fan you probably already have this, this is copy two for me I lost the first one. Ok lets check if this will submit.
  3. Kazralrajas says:
    Aug 06,  · CD/DVD from New Jersey's favorite brothers. Live in Chicago documents two nights of a show the group did in Chicago in support of their album Quebec. The DVD features a wide variety of Ween songs, covering nearly every Ween album and even features a cover of the Led Zeppelin classic ""All of My Love"".Reviews:
  4. Fenrisho says:
    It is also one of two Ween songs — the other being "Push th' Little Daisies" — to chart on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks, peaking at number The cover art was designed by Gene Ween. In popular culture "Voodoo Lady" was featured in the following movies: Dude, Where's My Car? () Road Trip () Track listing.
  5. Net says:
    Live in Chicago är det amerikanska rockbandet Weens femte livealbum, släppt 4 mars Konserterna som är inspelade på albumet är från den 8 & 9 november Albumet släpptes i två versioner, en CD med en bonus DVD eller en DVD med en bonus CD.
  6. Ditaxe says:
    Ween: Live In Chicago DVD/CD on DVD () from Music Video Distributors. More Concerts, Music and Special Interest DVDs available @ DVD Empire.
  7. Gujas says:
    Jun 06,  · 6/10/ Ween Live in DC. Voodoo Lady Downloaded from copipenmateropriapodpostgumdbewon.coinfo This is in NO WAY our video. We did not shoot it, we weren't even in attendance at the c.
  8. Nikolar says:
    Like all great live bands, Ween has a diverse repertoire and changes set lists nearly every night, and also doesn't stick to the sound of the original recordings, choosing to rearrange, expand, and improvise. They're also reliable, turning in consistently strong live performances (and when they're bad, they're still a lot of fun), so they lend themselves well to live albums, and ever since.

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