Releasing their fourth film in only two years, The String Cheese Incident finally decided to put the shtick aside and simply issue their first uninterrupted, full-length live concert. Recorded during their annual Winter Carnival tour – consistently known for first set sit-ins and second set monsters – this particular selection is the final night of a three-show run at Denver
Rock duo Ween will release a new live disc exclusively through its official Web site, via its own Chocodog Records. The site will begin accepting pre-orders for the release — documenting an “All Request” concert the band played in July — on Dec. 1, marking the third straight year the band has made a live album available to fans during the holiday season.
The show, performed live on Weenradio.com, featured a set list entirely chosen by fans through voting on the band’s Web site. It includes such rare cuts as “Pollo Asado,” “Demon Sweat” and all five installments of the group’s “The Stallion” song cycle.
As previously reported, Ween kicks off a European tour Thursday (Nov. 27) in Stockholm. Fresh off the August release of its seventh studio album, “Quebec” (Sanctuary), which debuted at a career-best No. 81 on The Billboard 200, the band is also hoping to turn a recording of a recent three-night stand at Chicago’s Vic Theatre into a live DVD.