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Aaron Freeman, formerly known as Gene Ween, released the debut record with his new band, simply called Freeman, this July.
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August 17, 2014 As the co-leader of Ween, Aaron Freeman celebrated excess. Then, in 2011, he fell apart on stage, left the band and entered rehab. On a new, deeply personal solo album, he explores what went wrong.
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November 25, 2007 Dean and Gene Ween are two of the oddest characters in alternative rock. Whether singing about a Mexican restaurant menu or the drudgery of spinal meningitis, the duo has compiled a discography of music that leaves some confused, others enraptured. Their latest is La Cucaracha.
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