Live at Stubb's (Ween album)

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Live at Stubb's
Live album by Ween
Released December 2002
Recorded July 2000
Genre Rock
Length 2:40:56
Label Chocodog
Producer Andrew Weiss
Ween chronology
Live In Toronto Canada
(2001)
Live at Stubb's
(2002)
Quebec
(2003)

Live at Stubb's is a live album by the band Ween, released in 2003. It was recorded during two dates in July, 2000. There are three discs of material, including material from all seven studio albums the band had released at that point, three songs not officially released on a previous Ween album, and a Van Halen cover song. The third disc contains only the song "L.M.L.Y.P.", in both audio and video (MPEG) format.

Track listing[edit]

Disc one[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Buckingham Green"   5:09
2. "Spinal Meningitis (Got Me Down)"   3:40
3. "The Stallion (Pt. 3)"   3:50
4. "Bananas and Blow"   4:31
5. "Waving My Dick in the Wind"   2:45
6. "Mister Richard Smoker"   3:03
7. "Fat Lenny"   5:28
8. "Even If You Don't"   3:46
9. "Voodoo Lady"   10:19
10. "The HIV Song"   2:08
11. "Marble Tulip Juicy Tree"   6:52
12. "Back to Basom"   5:08
13. "Captain Fantasy"   3:07
14. "Sketches of Winkle"   2:39
15. "Mister, Would You Please Help My Pony?"   3:25
16. "Ocean Man"   2:42

Disc two[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Exactly Where I'm At"   4:08
2. "Booze Me Up and Get Me High"   4:24
3. "Stroker Ace"   2:35
4. "A Tear for Eddie"   8:29
5. "Big Jilm"   5:10
6. "Little Birdy"   3:36
7. "Squelch the Weasel"   2:35
8. "Sorry Charlie"   4:10
9. "Wayne's Pet Youngin"   1:35
10. "Hot for Teacher"   5:44
11. "Ice Castles"   2:45
12. "She Wanted to Leave"   2:53
13. "Put the Coke on My Dick"   3:48
14. "Homo Rainbow"   3:41

Disc three[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "L.M.L.Y.P." (plus bonus MPEG video) 36:39