Axis of Weasel

Many people - including several band members - were hoping that this was the final Weasel record.

Uranus or Bust

An exploration of the the outer limits of the galaxy known as Good Taste.

Leon's Mystical Head

A four-day recording marathon in 1995 gave rise to animosities that still exist today.

Fondue Cabaret

The first Weasel album met with critical acclaim, and brisk sales followed. Not.


Alternative takes and obscure songs and performances. Not that anyone was asking.

Mustella Furioso Presents
The Man Who Saw Tomorrow

The Weasels are pleased to announce the completion of their seventh studio album, The Man Who Saw Tomorrow, soon to be available in fine record stores nowhere. On the bright side, you can buy it on Ebay for the ridiculously low price of $12.00 (Or $10 if you make an offer.) BUY IT NOW:

The Man Who Saw Tomorrow


"Nostradamus is Dead"
"Et Tu Harvey"
"Winona Minnesota"
"Ointment For My Stump"
"George Barely"
"Fancy That"
"Gold Medal Flower"
"Finnegans Wake"
"I Sing The Weiner Electric"
"Planieren Sie Den Mond"
"The New Black"
"When In Rome"





Ding Ding

Now is that a real poncho or is that a sears poncho?


Where is the Polar Bear

He's over there, in the snow.


Diamond Blue Gremlin

Nobody wants to be here and nobody wants to leave.


Saffron Nearly

Feeling all right. Not feeling too good myself.


Mustella Furioso Presents

AARP Go The Weasels

The Weasels are pleased to announce the release of their sixth studio album, AARP Go the Weasels, on Valentine's Day, 2-14-13. Comprising 15 tunes and nearly 80 minutes of original material, the CD is the band's first release since the critically acclaimed Axis of Weasel in 2006.

AARP was recorded at Blue Sky Studios in Delmar and features Capital District luminaries Chuck D'aloia, Al Kash, John Cohen, Adrian Cohen, Mike Kelley, and Brian Patenaude, amongst others. For more detail you can read the full press announcement and CD art click here. But your time would likely be better spent watching the first of six music videos that will be available in this space in the coming weeks to support the release.


Video 7:

You can fool most of the people most of the time, because most of the people are fools.

Do the Teabag

Video 6:

Saving you the trouble of reading The Haunted Wood. Thank me.

Trotski in the Bronx

Video 5:

The true story of the theft and recovery of Albert Einstein's brain. (It's not as bad as it sounds, he was dead at the time.) Based on the book by Michael Paterniti.

Driving Albert's Brain

Video 4:

Hippies. They're everywhere. They wanna save the earth, but all they do is smoke pot and smell bad. - Eric Cartman

Zucchini Park

Video 3:

Yet another video. This one is not safe for work. Probably also if you watch it you'll be cast into everlasting hellfire. Oh well, more's the pity. It's called

Doubting Thomas

Video 2:

A new video, in which we explore the moral implications of intergallactic pod love.

Invasion of the Body

Update 1:

The oldest profession.

A Friend in Tweed

If you liked that - and how could you not - be sure to check back in the coming days and weeks to see the remaining videos.

If you'd like to purchase a copy for your own personal enjoyment, click here for further information

For free downloads of material from previous albums, including the entire first album Fondue Cabaret, click here

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