I'm more excited about hearing this album remastered than any of the b-sides and such.
'Ween have always been a parody'
I couldn't take your review seriously after this part, as you obviously have no clue what you're talking about. Calling them a parody band is pretty much the most hacky cliche going in relation to this band. Don't get me wrong, the Ep's not the best thing they've ever done but christ at least they're keeping it fresh and not stagnating like most of the other derivitive shite currently being forced on the general public.
Ween are NOT some Weird Al-parody band. Anyone who believes that has drastically missed the point and are obviously not aware of the fact that they are serious musicians who also happen to have a sense of humour. Calling them a parody band implies they are somehow throwaway or without substance which is clearly not true. Listen to 'Oh My Dear (Falling in Love)' or It's Gonna Be Alright' and tell me they aren't a band as capable and committed as a Radiohead or a Super Furry Animals. Better yet, go and watch the Live in Chicago DVD and come back and tell me that they're a 'parody'.