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Axis: Bold as Boognish

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, to the band's approval.

Track listing

  1. "I'm Killing It (Kill Everything)"
  2. "Tweet Tweet"
  3. "On The Beach"
  4. "I Like You"
  5. "Bumblebee"
  6. "Emily"
  7. "David The Negro"
  8. "The Iron Whore"
  9. "Sittin' On My Ass (Wanton Nougat)"
  10. "Smoke In My Brain"
  11. "Anne"
  12. "Aqua-Ween"
  13. "She Said, She Said"
  14. "The Journey Into Dinh"
  15. "Gene's Lament (Tree Love Theme)"
  16. "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"
  17. "One Love For Boognish"

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