Axis: Bold As Boognish is the name of Ween's second released recording in 1987. The title is a parody of a Jimi Hendrix album Axis: Bold as Love. Almost nothing is known about this tape and the record label it was released on shut down years ago. The song "Bumblebee" was re-recorded and released on Ween's first real album, GodWeenSatan: The Oneness. A high-quality, lossless copy of this album is available at http://browntracker.net, to the band's approval.
- "I'm Killing It (Kill Everything)"
- "Tweet Tweet"
- "On The Beach"
- "I Like You"
- "David The Negro"
- "The Iron Whore"
- "Sittin' On My Ass (Wanton Nougat)"
- "Smoke In My Brain"
- "She Said, She Said"
- "The Journey Into Dinh"
- "Gene's Lament (Tree Love Theme)"
- "Opus 51 Fugue Trilogy In A (Take Me To The Tree) - a. Yurtle Swimming/b. The Tree/c. Bertha Gets The Mooshy Mooshy/d. The Kitty And The Squirrel/e. The Departure"
- "One Love For Boognish"