I was going to add this review to the others where Quebec gets four and half stars, but it would be criminal to let this one stay at only two, so I decided to up the average.
I have every Ween album now and wonderful though they all are, I think this one is by far the best - others may have equally good songs, but Quebec just has the best strike rate. I also love the albums diversity. The opener is the best song Motorhead never wrote, then comes a complete contrast with the totally gorgeous Zoloft - the vocals in the second half of the song are just beautiful- which is then followed by the catchy hum along pop of Transdermal Celebration - a pretty excellent start and that standard is maintained throughout. Other favoutites are the gentle country of Chocolate Town and the reflective If You Could Save Yourself. Oh - and Captain is fantastic as well, although I don't see the Grateful Dead connection which one review mentions - and I love the Dead. If I have a disappointment it is the lack of a really vulgar song. Most of the other albums have at least one and it is a pity this album doesn't.
Basically, Quebec is one of those records that rewards repeated listening - it just gets better and better. I don't really know what it is all about and I don't think there is any great underlying concept - it is just a collection of really good songs, which make me feel good whenever I listen to them - a nice way way to spend fifty minutes.
Buy it for yourself and then all your friends - can't wait for the new album.