If Cake ever teamed up with Ween, Toronto's Dirty Penny would need to search for a new sound. The band combines Cake's rock raps with Ween's eccentric lyrics, creating a curious record that's completely obnoxious but fascinating at the same time. Noah, the second track of their new disc, sees vocalist Jason Cavener rattling off animal names and singing about building an ark, while Big Rock Candy Mountain is a ridiculous number about, well, living on Big Rock Candy Mountain. What sort of life span this wacky record will have is anyone's guess. It's clever, but not enough to take on Ween-like proportions, and the music needs some work. Still, if you're looking for something from Toronto that's not serious indie rock, TaDa's a good place to start. Dirty Penny play Clinton's on Friday (March 16).