Weezer

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Buddy Holly 02:41 Tools
Island in the Sun 03:22 Tools
Say It Ain't So 04:18 Tools
My Name Is Jonas 03:25 Tools
Hash Pipe 03:07 Tools
Beverly Hills 03:13 Tools
Pork and Beans 03:07 Tools
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here 04:20 Tools
No One Else 03:05 Tools
In the Garage 03:56 Tools
Surf Wax America 03:08 Tools
El Scorcho 04:04 Tools
Holiday 03:21 Tools
Only in Dreams 00:00 Tools
The Good Life 04:17 Tools
Tired of Sex 03:02 Tools
Undone - The Sweater Song 03:11 Tools
Perfect Situation 02:41 Tools
Pink Triangle 03:59 Tools
Getchoo 03:10 Tools
Across the Sea 04:33 Tools
Photograph 02:20 Tools
Butterfly 02:53 Tools
Falling for You 00:00 Tools
Troublemaker 02:45 Tools
No Other One 02:49 Tools
(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To 03:29 Tools
Don't Let Go 02:59 Tools
We Are All On Drugs 03:34 Tools
Crab 02:35 Tools
Why Bother? 02:08 Tools
Knock-Down Drag-Out 02:07 Tools
Smile 02:38 Tools
Undone (The Sweater Song) 05:06 Tools
Glorious Day 02:40 Tools
Simple Pages 02:56 Tools
Dope Nose 02:17 Tools
O Girlfriend 03:55 Tools
This Is Such A Pity 03:25 Tools
Heart Songs 04:06 Tools
Keep Fishin' 02:52 Tools
Hold Me 04:22 Tools
My Best Friend 02:48 Tools
The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn) 05:52 Tools
Peace 03:54 Tools
The Damage In Your Heart 04:03 Tools
Everybody Get Dangerous 04:03 Tools
Memories 03:19 Tools
Pardon Me 04:17 Tools
Freak Me Out 03:24 Tools
The Other Way 03:16 Tools
Dreamin' 05:15 Tools
Haunt You Every Day 04:38 Tools
Burndt Jamb 02:38 Tools
Thought I Knew 00:00 Tools
American Gigolo 02:43 Tools
Cold Dark World 00:00 Tools
Take Control 03:04 Tools
Death and Destruction 02:38 Tools
Back to the Shack 03:07 Tools
Automatic 03:07 Tools
Slob 03:08 Tools
Fall Together 02:00 Tools
Space Rock 01:53 Tools
Slave 02:53 Tools
Love Explosion 02:34 Tools
December 02:59 Tools
Possibilities 01:59 Tools
The Angel and the One 00:00 Tools
Thank God for Girls 03:30 Tools
Why Bother 02:08 Tools
Africa 03:58 Tools
The Girl Got Hot 03:14 Tools
Feels Like Summer 03:16 Tools
We Wish You A Merry Christmas 01:28 Tools
Ruling Me 03:29 Tools
Can't Stop Partying 00:00 Tools
King of the World 00:00 Tools
California Kids 03:25 Tools
Let It All Hang Out 03:18 Tools
Trippin' Down the Freeway 03:40 Tools
Put Me Back Together 03:15 Tools
Do You Wanna Get High? 03:27 Tools
Trainwrecks 03:21 Tools
I Don't Want To Let You Go 03:48 Tools
Cleopatra 03:11 Tools
Susanne 00:00 Tools
Unspoken 00:00 Tools
In The Mall 02:39 Tools
I'm Your Daddy 03:08 Tools
Where's My Sex? 03:28 Tools
Ain't Got Nobody 03:21 Tools
Take On Me 03:43 Tools
Hang On 03:33 Tools
Smart Girls 03:10 Tools
Run Away 02:56 Tools
Mykel And Carli 00:00 Tools
Jamie 04:19 Tools
Da Vinci 04:05 Tools
Wind In Our Sail 02:53 Tools
Brave New World 03:56 Tools
(Girl We Got A) Good Thing 03:25 Tools
Eulogy for a Rock Band 03:25 Tools
Jacked Up 00:00 Tools
L.A. Girlz 03:29 Tools
Devotion 00:00 Tools
Lonely Girl 02:49 Tools
Waiting On You 00:00 Tools
I Do 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour 02:57 Tools
The Christmas Song 03:09 Tools
The British Are Coming 04:08 Tools
Go Away 03:13 Tools
I've Had It Up to Here 02:49 Tools
My Evaline 00:44 Tools
You Gave Your Love To Me Softly 00:00 Tools
I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams 00:00 Tools
Time Flies 03:46 Tools
Everybody Wants to Rule the World 04:04 Tools
Mexican Fender 03:09 Tools
The Prettiest Girl In The Whole Wide World 04:00 Tools
Turn Me Round 03:09 Tools
Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori 00:00 Tools
Turning Up The Radio 00:00 Tools
Can't Knock The Hustle 00:00 Tools
Get Me Some 03:36 Tools
Run Over By A Truck 00:00 Tools
Endless Bummer 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So - Remix 03:37 Tools
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) 03:34 Tools
No Scrubs 03:37 Tools
Miss Sweeney 00:00 Tools
Unbreak My Heart 00:00 Tools
Foolish Father 04:31 Tools
Happy Together 00:00 Tools
Pig 00:00 Tools
The Underdogs 00:00 Tools
King 05:11 Tools
The Weight 00:00 Tools
All My Friends Are Insects 00:00 Tools
Zombie Bastards 00:00 Tools
Viva La Vida 04:07 Tools
I. The Waste Land 01:56 Tools
The Sweater Song 00:00 Tools
I Don't Want Your Loving 03:03 Tools
Paranoid 00:00 Tools
Keep Fishin 02:52 Tools
II. Anonymous 03:19 Tools
Mr. Blue Sky 04:46 Tools
Knock Down Drag Out 00:00 Tools
Beach Boys 03:51 Tools
The Spider 00:00 Tools
High as a Kite 00:00 Tools
Blowin' My Stack 00:00 Tools
Christmas Celebration 00:00 Tools
III. Return to Ithaka 02:17 Tools
The End of the Game 03:01 Tools
Velouria 00:00 Tools
Billie Jean 04:54 Tools
Stand By Me 00:00 Tools
I Love the USA 00:00 Tools
Surf Wax America (Live) 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So (original album mix) 00:00 Tools
Weekend Woman 04:05 Tools
I’m Your Daddy 00:00 Tools
Losing My Mind 00:00 Tools
Teenage Victory Song 03:10 Tools
Starlight 03:21 Tools
I Want to Be Something 00:00 Tools
I’m Just Being Honest 03:56 Tools
I'm A Robot 00:00 Tools
Everyone 00:00 Tools
Trampoline 02:45 Tools
My Name Is Jonas (Live) 03:25 Tools
The Odd Couple 03:07 Tools
I Swear It's True 03:19 Tools
Living Without You 02:38 Tools
Autopilot 02:57 Tools
Suzanne 02:47 Tools
O Come All Ye Faithful 02:04 Tools
Susanne - Single Version 02:49 Tools
Represent (Rocked Out Mix) 04:12 Tools
Living in L.A. 04:12 Tools
The Greatest Man That Ever Lived 05:52 Tools
You Won't Get With Me Tonight 03:29 Tools
Undone-The Sweater Song 05:05 Tools
No One Else (live acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Say It Aint So 03:58 Tools
Perfect Situation - 10/27/05 version 04:15 Tools
Jamie (live acoustic) 04:19 Tools
O Holy Night 00:00 Tools
Mykel And Carli - Single Version 02:53 Tools
Paperface 03:01 Tools
American Girls 00:00 Tools
QB Blitz 03:17 Tools
Rainbow Connection (feat. Hayley Williams) 00:00 Tools
The First Noel 00:00 Tools
Paperface (Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
Only in Dreams (Kitchen Tapes) 05:47 Tools
Jamie - DGC Rarities Version 00:00 Tools
You Might Think 00:00 Tools
Buddy Holly (acoustic) 02:57 Tools
Jamie (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Piece Of Cake 00:00 Tools
Undone - The Sweater Song (Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 00:00 Tools
Life Is What You Make It 03:33 Tools
Get Right 03:12 Tools
Acapulco 00:00 Tools
Any Friend of Diane's 03:34 Tools
Sweet Mary 03:42 Tools
La Mancha Screwjob 03:27 Tools
My Evaline - Single Version 00:00 Tools
Always 00:00 Tools
Modern Dukes 00:00 Tools
Long Time Sunshine 00:00 Tools
Too Many Thoughts In My Head 04:01 Tools
Rosanna 04:51 Tools
The Prince Who Wanted Everything 00:00 Tools
Silent Night 00:00 Tools
Getting Up and Leaving 00:00 Tools
Mad Kow 04:18 Tools
Serendipity 00:00 Tools
Tragic Girl 00:00 Tools
Brightening Day 00:00 Tools
Superstar 00:00 Tools
Change the World 00:00 Tools
Sandwiches Time 00:00 Tools
Byzantine 00:00 Tools
California Snow 00:00 Tools
Sugar Booger 00:00 Tools
Porcupine 00:00 Tools
Your Room 00:00 Tools
Preacher's Son 02:46 Tools
O-Girl 02:44 Tools
We Go Together 02:19 Tools
Surf Wax America [live] 00:00 Tools
Mrs. Robinson 03:43 Tools
How Long 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (acoustic) 04:38 Tools
Keep Fishing 00:00 Tools
Across The Sea Piano Noodles 00:00 Tools
Let's Sew Our Pants Together 00:00 Tools
The Good Life - Radio Remix 00:00 Tools
You Gave Your Love to Me Softl 01:58 Tools
The Good Life (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Too Late to Try 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Zep Jamb 00:00 Tools
Seafaring Jamb 00:00 Tools
No One Else (live) 00:00 Tools
On the Edge 00:00 Tools
California 00:00 Tools
Adeline 00:00 Tools
Dukes of Hazzard 00:00 Tools
Susanne (B-Side) 00:00 Tools
Undone 00:00 Tools
Mykel and Carli (B-Side) 00:00 Tools
I Swear It's True (Pre-Production Recording) 00:00 Tools
Blastoff (demo) 00:00 Tools
Friend of a Friend 00:00 Tools
Represent 04:14 Tools
Butterfly (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Oh, Lisa 02:52 Tools
My Evaline (B-Side) 00:00 Tools
I Just Threw Out the Love of M 00:00 Tools
Fake Smiles and Nervous Laughter 00:00 Tools
Susanne (single version) 00:00 Tools
California (The Rentals) 00:00 Tools
California Snow (From the Motion Picture "Spell") 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So [Original Album Mix] 00:00 Tools
My Name Is Jonas (live B-Side) 00:00 Tools
Jamie (live acoustic B-Side) 00:00 Tools
Can't Stop Partying - Polow version 00:00 Tools
Jamie (DGC Rarities Version) 00:00 Tools
So Low 00:00 Tools
My Name Is Jonas [live] 00:00 Tools
Do You Want Me to Stay 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho- 04:03 Tools
Undone -- The Sweater Song - Kitchen Tape Demo 00:00 Tools
I'm A Believer 00:00 Tools
Theif, You've Taken All That W 00:00 Tools
Teenage Dirtbag 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle - Radio Remix 00:00 Tools
Surf Wax America (Live B-Side) 00:00 Tools
Jamie [live] 00:00 Tools
Baby (Rivers acoustic live) 00:00 Tools
Interview - 107.7 The End - Blue vs Pinkerton 00:00 Tools
Lullaby For Wayne (Demo) 00:00 Tools
The Good Life (Radio Remix) 04:05 Tools
Paperface - Kitchen Tape Demo 00:00 Tools
I Swear It's True (Demo) 00:00 Tools
We Are All On Drugs - Corrected Mix 00:00 Tools
Undone with Timothy Levitch 00:00 Tools
No One Else - Live And Acoustic 00:00 Tools
The Sister Song (live 2000-07-30 Los Angeles) 00:00 Tools
Jamie - Live And Acoustic 00:00 Tools
The Good Life - Acoustic Version 00:00 Tools
Only In Dreams - Kitchen Tape Demo 00:00 Tools
Jamie (Live And Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Outta Here 02:34 Tools
Jamie [Acoustic][Live] 00:00 Tools
Africa - RAC Remix 04:10 Tools
No One Else [Acoustic][Live] 00:00 Tools
Jacked Up (feat. Fitz of Fitz and The Tantrums and Nadya of Pussy Riot) - Remix 00:00 Tools
Put Me Back Together - Serban Ghenea mix 03:15 Tools
I Woke Up In Love This Morning 00:00 Tools
Feels Like Summer - Acoustic 03:16 Tools
Lullabye For Wayne - Pre-Production Recording 00:00 Tools
This Is Such A Pity - 3/13/06 version 00:00 Tools
No One Else (Live And Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Uptown Girl 00:00 Tools
Lullaby for Wayne (pre-production recording) 00:00 Tools
Brown Eyed Girl 00:00 Tools
I WANT YOU TO 00:00 Tools
The Sister Song (live 2000-07-28 Sacramento) 00:00 Tools
The Sister Song (live 2000-08-24 New Jersey) 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (Radio Remix) 00:00 Tools
Mykel and Carli (single version) 00:00 Tools
My name is Jonas - live 00:00 Tools
Longtime Sunshine 00:00 Tools
Paperface (Kitchen Tape Demo) 00:00 Tools
Paperface [#][Demo Version] 00:00 Tools
I Swear It's True - Pre-Production Recording 00:00 Tools
Lullaby for Wayne 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun (Live) 00:00 Tools
Tired Of Sex - Tracking Rough 00:00 Tools
Only in Dreams [#][Demo Version] 00:00 Tools
Lullaby for Wayne [#] 00:00 Tools
I Swear It's True [#] 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle - Acoustic Version 00:00 Tools
Only In Dreams (Kitchen Tape Demo) 00:00 Tools
My Names Is Jonas (live) 00:00 Tools
Blast Off! 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun (LP Version) 00:00 Tools
Tired Of Sex (Tracking Rough) 00:00 Tools
Why Bother? - Live at Reading Festival / 1996 00:00 Tools
Island in the Sun [Live] 00:00 Tools
My Name Is Jonas - Live In Rochester, NY/1994 00:00 Tools
My Evaline (single version) 00:00 Tools
Undone -- The Sweater Song [#][Demo Version] 00:00 Tools
Come to My Pod 00:00 Tools
O Lisa 00:00 Tools
Hashpipe 03:06 Tools
Butterfly - Alternate Take 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho - Live at Reading Festival / 1996 00:00 Tools
Butterfly (Alternate Take) 02:48 Tools
Getchoo (Tracking Rough) 00:00 Tools
Getchoo - Tracking Rough 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So (Remix) 00:00 Tools
The Good Life - Live at Y100 Sonic Session 00:00 Tools
Jamie (originally appeared on DGC Rarities) 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho - Live at Y100 Sonic Session 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (live and acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Christmas Song 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour - Lefti Remix 00:00 Tools
Butterfly [Live] 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle - Live at Reading Festival / 1996 00:00 Tools
The Good Life - Live at X96 / 1997 00:00 Tools
No One Else (live acoustic B-Side) 00:00 Tools
Jamie (Originally Appeared On 00:00 Tools
Lullabye For Wayne (Pre-Production Recording) 00:00 Tools
Love Is The Answer - Hindi version 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun - Live From Spotify NYC 00:00 Tools
Surf Wax America - Live In Rochester, NY/1994 00:00 Tools
Glorious Days 00:00 Tools
The Good Life (Live And Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle - Live at Y100 Sonic Session 00:00 Tools
Lost in the Woods - Weezer Version 03:02 Tools
Living Without You [Non-LP Version] 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (Live and Acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So (Original Albu 00:00 Tools
The Good Life (Live at Y100 Sonic Session) 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (Live at Y100 Sonic Session) 00:00 Tools
Paperface (previously unreleased Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour - Acoustic 00:00 Tools
Only in Dreams (previously unreleased Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
No One Else (Live Acoustic B-S 00:00 Tools
Can't Stop Partying (feat. Lil Wayne) 00:00 Tools
Miss Sweeney (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
The World Has Turned And Lef.. 04:19 Tools
Undone, the sweater song 00:00 Tools
I Can Love 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (Live at Y100 Sonic Session) 00:00 Tools
Pig (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Lullaby For Wayne (Previously 00:00 Tools
Paperface (Previously Unreleas 00:00 Tools
King (Bonus Track) 05:11 Tools
weezer - california 03:26 Tools
Lullaby for Wayne (previously unreleased pre-production recording) 00:00 Tools
Superfriend 00:00 Tools
Dont Let Go 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho - Live and Acoustic 00:00 Tools
That Girl Got Hot 00:00 Tools
Undone-The Sweater Song (Previ 00:00 Tools
Only In Dreams (Previously Unr 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun (Album Version) 00:00 Tools
Oh No, This Is Not for Me 00:00 Tools
I Swear It's True (Previously Unreleased Pre-Production Recording) 00:00 Tools
Undone-The Sweater Song (Kitchen Tape Demo) 00:00 Tools
The Spider (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
I Don't Want Your Lovin' 00:00 Tools
Buddy Holly - Live From Spotify NYC 00:00 Tools
Sweater Song 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour - Eden Prince Remix 00:00 Tools
Angel and the One 00:00 Tools
Undone: The Sweater Song 00:00 Tools
Private Message 00:00 Tools
Meri Kuri 00:00 Tools
Butterfly (Live) 00:00 Tools
Worry Rock 00:00 Tools
I Swear It's True (Previously 00:00 Tools
367 00:00 Tools
It's Easy 03:09 Tools
Keep Fishin' (Radio Version) 00:00 Tools
Mansion of Cardboard 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun - Live 00:00 Tools
Prodigy Lover 00:00 Tools
Kids/Poker Face 00:00 Tools
The Good Life (Live at X96) 00:00 Tools
It's Easy (iTunes Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Weezer - Say It Ain't So 04:19 Tools
Weezer - Teenage Dirtbag 04:04 Tools
I Do (* Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me 00:00 Tools
Who You Callin' Bitch? 00:00 Tools
Mykel & Carli 00:00 Tools
Hey Domingo! 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour - THANKS Remix 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour - Ødyssey Remix 00:00 Tools
She's Had a Girl 00:00 Tools
I Can Love (iTunes Pre-Order Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Put Me Back Together (Serban Ghenea mix) 00:00 Tools
Memories (feat. The Cast of Jackass 3D) 00:00 Tools
No One Else (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Slave - Live From Spotify NYC 00:00 Tools
Undone-The Sweater Song (Previously Unreleased Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
Are Friends Electric 00:00 Tools
Lullabye for Wayne 00:00 Tools
Viva La Vida (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Fontana 00:00 Tools
Lullaby 00:00 Tools
Wonderwall 00:00 Tools
You Gave Your Life to Me Softly 00:00 Tools
King Of The World - Live From Spotify NYC 00:00 Tools
The Organ Player 00:00 Tools
Perfect Situation (10/27/05 version) 04:15 Tools
The Good Life - Acoustic /Live 00:00 Tools
California Kids - Live From Spotify NYC 00:00 Tools
Untenable 00:00 Tools
It's Easy (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Haunt You Everyday 00:00 Tools
No One Else - Live/Acoustic From Cat's Paw Studios/1995 00:00 Tools
The Weight (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Mrs Robinson (Simon and Garfunkle cover) 03:38 Tools
I Do (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
The Victor 00:00 Tools
Booby Trap 00:00 Tools
Why Bother? (Live At Reading Festival 1996) 00:00 Tools
Jamie - Live/Acoustic From Cat's Paw Studios/1995 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (Live At Reading Festival 1996) 00:00 Tools
Yellow Camaro 00:00 Tools
O-Girlfriend 00:00 Tools
Oh Lisa 00:00 Tools
We Are All On Drugs (Corrected Mix) 00:00 Tools
Paranoid Android 00:00 Tools
Undone the sweater song 00:00 Tools
Burnt Jamb 00:00 Tools
Little Songs 00:00 Tools
Say It Aint So (Original Album 00:00 Tools
Beverly Hills (Urbanix Mix) 00:00 Tools
The Sister Song 00:00 Tools
The World Has Turned 00:00 Tools
All My Friends Are Insects (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
She Who Is Militant 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (Live At Reading Festival 1996) 00:00 Tools
Bonus 00:00 Tools
Undone -- The Sweater Song (Kitchen Tape Demo) 00:00 Tools
Good Life 00:00 Tools
The Christmas Song (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Countdown 00:00 Tools
Knockdown Drag Out 00:00 Tools
It's Easy - iTunes Exclusive Bonus Track 00:00 Tools
Butterfly - Live 00:00 Tools
Misstep 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun - LP Version 00:00 Tools
I Want To Be Something (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle - Acoustic /Live Shorecrest High School, Seattle, Washington 1996 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So [August 1995] 00:00 Tools
Keep Fishin' - Radio Version 00:00 Tools
The Good Life [Live] 00:00 Tools
I Want a Girl Who Laughs for No One Else 00:00 Tools
Hark The Angels Sing 00:00 Tools
Mo Beats 00:00 Tools
Oh No This Is Not for Me 00:00 Tools
Happy Hour - Radio Mix 00:00 Tools
Saturday Night 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle [Live] 00:00 Tools
High Up Above 00:00 Tools
Island in the Sun (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Dude, We're Finally Landing (Good News!) 00:00 Tools
I Do - Single Version 02:44 Tools
Sacrifice 00:00 Tools
Weezer - Island In The Sun 03:22 Tools
My Brain 00:00 Tools
Purification Of Water 00:00 Tools
Peace and Quiet 00:00 Tools
Intro 00:00 Tools
Listen Up 00:00 Tools
Weezer - The Sweater Song 00:00 Tools
I Do [*] 00:00 Tools
So Happy Together 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho - Live at Y100 Sonic Studios/1997 00:00 Tools
The Good Life - Live at Y100 Sonic Studios/1997 00:00 Tools
Reason to Worry 00:00 Tools
Hit Me Baby One More Time (cover) 06:09 Tools
Burndt Jamb (Live) 00:00 Tools
The Story Is Wrong 00:00 Tools
Represent (Rocked Out Mix) [Bonus Track] 00:00 Tools
The Story Of My Life 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain`t So 00:00 Tools
You Might Think - From "Cars 2"/Soundtrack Version 00:00 Tools
Jamie (live) 00:00 Tools
Brain Stew 00:00 Tools
Where's My Sex 00:00 Tools
Can't Stop Partying (Polow version) 00:00 Tools
Island in the Sun (live) (bonus track) 00:00 Tools
Mykel and Carli (Singles Version) 00:00 Tools
Blast Off 00:00 Tools
Trouble Maker 00:00 Tools
Lover in the Snow 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle - Live at Y100 Sonic Session/1997 00:00 Tools
Blue Vs. Pinkerton (Interview) 00:00 Tools
Mrs Robinson 00:00 Tools
Susanne (Singles Version) 00:00 Tools
You Won't Get Me Tonight 00:00 Tools
Longtime Sunshine (reprise) 00:00 Tools
Undone - The Sweater Song (previously unreleased Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
My Evaline (Singles Version) 00:00 Tools
I'm Just Being Honest 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't (Original Album Mix) 00:00 Tools
(If You Are Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To. 00:00 Tools
Undone- The Sweater Song 00:00 Tools
Say it ain´t so 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (Live at Reading Festival) 00:00 Tools
Islands in the Sun 00:00 Tools
I Do - Non-LP Version 00:00 Tools
Queen of Earth 00:00 Tools
Why Bother? (Live at Reading Festival) 00:00 Tools
Buddy Holly (Album Version) 00:00 Tools
The Greatest Man That Ever Liv 00:00 Tools
Weezer - Buddy Holly 02:40 Tools
Oddfellows Local 151 00:00 Tools
The Weight (The Band cover) 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (live) 00:00 Tools
Weezer - El Scorcho 00:00 Tools
Love Is The Answer (Hindi version) 00:00 Tools
Now I Finally See 00:00 Tools
Butterfly - Live (Bonus Track) 00:00 Tools
Interview - 107.7 The End - Blue vs. Pinkerton 00:00 Tools
04 - Buddy Holly 00:00 Tools
Why Bother? (Live) 00:00 Tools
Broken Arrows 00:00 Tools
island of the sun 00:00 Tools
Represent [Rocked Out Mix] 00:00 Tools
Death And Destruction - Live Version 00:00 Tools
Memories (Jackass 3D OST) 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho - Live/Acoustic at Shorecrest High School/1996 00:00 Tools
Better Off Alone 00:00 Tools
Ev'ry Night 00:00 Tools
Butterfly (live) (bonus track) 00:00 Tools
The Angel And The One/Non Musical Silence 00:00 Tools
Ain't Got Much Time 00:00 Tools
El Scorcho (Director's Cut) 00:00 Tools
I Do (single version) 00:00 Tools
Burndt Jamb [Live] 00:00 Tools
Africa (starring Weird Al Yankovic) 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (Live at Reading Festival) 00:00 Tools
Cleveland Rocks 00:00 Tools
I Wanna Know 00:00 Tools
Mr. Taxman 00:00 Tools
Should I Stay Or Should I Go? 00:00 Tools
The Futurescope Trilogy: I. The Waste Land 00:00 Tools
You Might Think (from "Cars 2") 00:00 Tools
The Futurescope Trilogy: II. Anonymous 00:00 Tools
07 - Say It Ain't So 00:00 Tools
Burndt Jamb (live) (bonus track) 00:00 Tools
04 - Island In The Sun 00:00 Tools
I Hear Bells 00:00 Tools
Photograph (Live Version) 00:00 Tools
Weezer - Brown Eyed Girl (rare) 00:00 Tools
Love My Way 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun (Spike Jonze Version) 00:00 Tools
Running Man 00:00 Tools
Pink Triangle (live acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Everybody Wants a Chance to Feel All Alone 00:00 Tools
Paranoid Andoird (Radiohead Cover) 00:00 Tools
Weezer - Say it aint so 03:58 Tools
Don't Pick on Me 00:00 Tools
If You're Wondering If I Want You To, I Want You To 00:00 Tools
Dude, We're Finally Landing 00:00 Tools
In the Garage (acoustic) 00:00 Tools
Prom Night 00:00 Tools
Kids & Poker Face (MGMT, Lady GaGa Cover) 00:00 Tools
Island In The Sun - Live Version 00:00 Tools
New Joint 00:00 Tools
Beverly Hills w/Drumroll 00:00 Tools
03 - The World Has Turned And Left Me Here 00:00 Tools
Undone – The Sweater Song 00:00 Tools
Miss Sweeney [*] 00:00 Tools
Undone-The Sweater Song (Kitchen Tapes) 00:00 Tools
(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To 00:00 Tools
02 - No One Else 00:00 Tools
American Girl 00:00 Tools
Everybody Needs Salvation 00:00 Tools
Pig [*] 00:00 Tools
Say It Ain't So (Live Letterman 95) 00:00 Tools
Please Remember 00:00 Tools
メリクリ (日本語ヴァージョン) 00:00 Tools
King [*] 00:00 Tools
Pumped Up Kicks 00:00 Tools
Memories (featuring the cast of Jackass 3D) 00:00 Tools
09 - Holiday 00:00 Tools
(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To (Steve Aoki Remix) 00:00 Tools
Sweet Adeline (My Evaline) 00:00 Tools
Unbreak my Heart (Toni Braxton cover) 04:12 Tools
06 - Surf Wax America 00:00 Tools
Sweet Adeline 00:00 Tools
Oh Lisa - Non-LP Version 00:00 Tools
Undone - The Sweater Song (Kitchen Tape Demo) 00:00 Tools
Dope Nose - Live Version 00:00 Tools
Automatic (LA Riots remix) 00:00 Tools
Undone (Sweater Song) 00:00 Tools
Hash Pipe (Chris Vrenna - tweaker remix) 00:00 Tools
We Wish you a Merry Christmas! (Speed Up ver.) 00:00 Tools
Polynesia-Dope Nose 00:00 Tools
Photograph - Live Version 00:00 Tools
This Is Such A Pity (3/13/06 version) 00:00 Tools
memories (ft the cast of jackass 3-d) 00:00 Tools
(If You're Wondering If I Want To) I Want You To 00:00 Tools
The Spider [*] 00:00 Tools
island in the sun - live (bonu 00:00 Tools
Just What I Needed 00:00 Tools
The Good Life [Live and Acoustic] 00:00 Tools
Death And Destruction (Live Version) 00:00 Tools
You Gave Your Love To Me Softly (El Scorcho) 00:00 Tools
Damage In Your Heart 00:00 Tools
Can't Stop Partying (Feat. Lil' Wayne) 00:00 Tools
Lets Go Smoke Some Pot 00:00 Tools
Burndt Jamb - Live 00:00 Tools
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Weezer is an American rock band. Formed in 1992, they have released 11 full length albums, six EPs, and a DVD. Their latest album, titled 'Pacific Daydream', came out on October 27th, 2017. They've sold over nine million records in the United States to date. Playing music influenced by alternative bands and power pop artists among others, they're sometimes viewed as a part of the 90s indie movement. Weezer started in Los Angeles, California when Rivers Cuomo joined with Patrick Wilson, Matt Sharp, and Jason Cropper, who was later replaced by Brian Bell. Five weeks after forming, they had their first gig, opening for Dogstar at Raji's Bar and Ribshack on Hollywood Boulevard. Weezer began playing clubs to small audiences around L.A. and recording homemade demos. The group soon received attention from various A&R reps, and the guys were signed on June 26, 1993 by Todd Sullivan, an A&R rep from Geffen Records. The band became a part of the DGC label (which later turned into Interscope). Creating "The Blue Album" (1993-1994) The self-titled debut, 'Weezer', commonly referred to as 'The Blue Album', came out on May 10, 1994. It picked up considerable acclaim. Tracks "Undone (The Sweater Song)" (also known as "Undone - The Sweater Song"), "Buddy Holly", and "Say It Ain't So” were released as singles. The album was produced by former The Cars frontman Ric Ocasek. During the recording of the Blue Album, Jason Cropper left the band to take care of his future wife, who was pregnant with their first child. Jason was replaced by Brian Bell, a then bassist from a band called Carnival Art. The first single, "Undone - The Sweater Song", garnered attention given that Spike Jonze directed the music video for the track. In a single, unbroken take, that video featured Weezer performing the song on a sound stage with various amusing studio antics, including a pack of dogs swarming the set. Jonze also later directed the band's second video, which was made for the single "Buddy Holly". Named after the famous 50s rock star, the "Buddy Holly" music video featured footage of the television sitcom Happy Days spliced with the band performing in a remade "Arnold's Diner", a setting from the series. The video had heavy rotation on MTV. It went on to win Jonze and the band four MTV Video Music Awards (including Breakthrough Video and Best Alternative Music Video) and two Billboard Music Video Awards. This video was also included as a bonus on the Microsoft Windows 95 CD. The success of the video arguably served as the key for pushing the band into the mainstream rock spotlight. The video for Weezer's third single, "Say It Ain't So", was directed by Sophie Muller. It featured the bandmates playing hacky-sack and performing in the band's original rehearsal space in California. A photo of what the band calls the "Garage" is featured on the inside cover of the album. 'The Blue Album' is currently certified three times platinum, making it Weezer's all-time best seller and one of the most popular rock albums of the early 90s. It was re-released and repackaged in 2004 as a "Deluxe Edition". That version of the album included a second disc of B-sides along with other previously unreleased rarities. Killer Record: Pinkerton(1995-1997) In late December 1994, Weezer took a break from touring for the Christmas holidays. Cuomo traveled back east to his home state of Connecticut. Using an eight-track recorder, he began piecing together demo material for Weezer's next album. Cuomo's original concept for Weezer's sophomore effort was to be a space-themed rock opera, with him mulling over the title 'Songs from the Black Hole'. The album was intended to feature songs that flowed together seamlessly, and it was planned to end with a special coda that briefly revisited the major musical elements of the piece (something reminiscent of progressive rock works from the 70s). The band began demoing and working on Cuomo's concept through intermittent recording sessions in the spring and summer of 1995. Ultimately, the 'Songs from the Black Hole' album concept was dropped. The album that actually came out would instead feature some old tunes made from before their first album (which had briefly been incorporated into the space-opera) as well as some new ones written while Cuomo was at Harvard. After the multi-platinum success of their debut album, Weezer's sophomore album was finally released on September 24, 1996. Titled 'Pinkerton', the work peaked at #19 in the U.S. upon its release. It didn't sell as many copies as its predecessor, probably due to its darker, more abrasive nature. Pinkerton was labeled "one of the worst albums of 1996" by a Rolling Stone reader poll. Eventually, the album grew into a cult classic, and is viewed by some fans as Weezer's greatest album. In fact, in 2004, the magazine changed their rating to a 5-star rating and inducted it into The Rolling Stone Hall Of Fame. This article can be found in the Reviews sections of the 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time issue. Three singles were taken from the album: "El Scorcho", "The Good Life" and "Pink Triangle". The video for "El Scorcho" featured the band inside a darkened room, sitting in a circle, that would be lit differently throughout parts of the song; it was directed by Mark Romanek. The video for "The Good Life" was directed by the team of Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris (though no known video was made for "Pink Triangle"). However, the singles did not receive as much airtime as the singles from their debut album. The title of the album comes from the character Lieutenant Pinkerton in Giacomo Puccini's opera Madame Butterfly. The entire album is heavily influenced by the opera's story line. Madame Butterfly is mentioned under her real name, Cio-Cio San, in "El Scorcho." The song "Butterfly" is written from Pinkerton's point of view at the end of the opera. The album's title was the source of a legal challenge. Pinkerton Securities of Encino, Calif., filed a temporary restraining order against the band and its Geffen record label for copyright infringement two days before the album was to be released on September 24, 1996. A judge ruled against the security company and the album was finally released. Weezer completed their touring for Pinkerton in the summer of 1997. The members of the band took a break, with drummer Patrick Wilson returning to his home in Portland, Oregon to work on his side project, The Special Goodness, Matt Sharp left to complete the follow-up album for his group The Rentals, and Brian Bell went to work on his group, Space Twins. Rivers Cuomo returned to Boston, Massachusetts, but dropped out of Harvard to focus on songwriting. He eventually went into seclusion. He painted his walls black, disconnected his phone, and didn't communicate with anyone. Later, he formed a solo group, The Rivers Cuomo Band. Cuomo used the group to try out unreleased material, including possible new songs for the next Weezer album. The band played their first show at T.T. the Bear's on October 8, 1997. Future Weezer bassist Mikey Welsh was part of the solo band's lineup. The Boston songs were later abandoned and not used on the next Weezer album, but live recordings of the Boston shows are openly traded on the internet. In February of 1998, Rivers left Boston and Harvard academia behind and returned to Los Angeles. Pat Wilson and Brian Bell joined Cuomo in L.A. to start work on the next album. Matt Sharp did not rejoin the band and officially left the group in April of 1998. The group decided on Mikey Welsh as Sharp's replacement. Weezer continued rehearsal and cut demos until the fall of 1998. Frustration and creative disagreements led to a decline in rehearsals, and in late fall of 1998, drummer Pat Wilson left for his home in Portland pending renewed productivity from Cuomo. The band would not reunite until April of 2000, when the Fuji Festival in Japan offered Weezer a high-paying gig to play in August 2000. The festival served as a catalyst for Weezer's productivity, and from April to May, 2000, the band rehearsed and demoed new songs in Los Angeles. The band returned to live shows in June 2000, but without the Weezer name. Instead the shows featured the group's first use of the pseudonym Goat Punishment. On June 23, 2000, the band, now back under the Weezer name, joined the Warped Tour for eight planned dates. Weezer was received well at the festival, leading the band to book more tour dates for the summer. SS2K - The Summer Sessions (2000) In the summer of 2000, Weezer (now consisting of Rivers Cuomo, Mikey Welsh, Pat Wilson, and Brian Bell) went on tour. Weezer's setlist consisted of 14 new songs that fans have labeled the Summer Songs of 2000 (commonly abbreviated, SS2K). When 13 of these songs did not appear on Weezer's next album, fans of the songs started a petition demanding the release of studio demos. Eventually, mp3s were made available on the band's official website for download. Three SS2K songs, "Hash Pipe", "Dope Nose" and "Slob," have appeared on studio albums ("Hash Pipe" on the Green Album and "Dope Nose" and "Slob" appearing on Maladroit). Green Album & Maladroit (2001-2003) Eventually, the band went back into the studio to produce a third album. Weezer (2001) chose to repeat the self-titled name of their first release. This album quickly became known as The Green Album due to its distinctive bright green coloring. Shortly after the release of The Green Album, Weezer went on another American tour. They attracted a new generation of fans thanks to heavy MTV rotation for the videos of their hit singles "Hash Pipe" and "Island in the Sun." The video for "Hash Pipe," directed by Marcos Siega featured sumo wrestlers and was nominated for Best Rock Video at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, but lost out to Limp Bizkit's "Rollin." Two videos were recorded for "Island in the Sun." Marcos Siega directed the first, which focused on a Mexican wedding, and Spike Jonze directed the second, which involved Weezer with animals in a wildlife reserve. Their video for "Photograph" was shot and put together by Weezer friend and unofficial "5th member" Karl Koch. As reported on August 16th, 2001, by MTV, bassist Mikey Welsh was checked into a psychiatric hospital. His whereabouts were previously unknown, as he mysteriously went missing before their second filming of the "Island in the Sun" music video, featuring the band with various animals. Weezer was prompted to find a temporary replacement for Welsh. Through a mutual friend, Cuomo received Scott Shriner's number and asked if he was interested to fill in for Welsh. Shriner, at first believing it was a prank phone call, accepted. Much to the ire of their recording label, Weezer decided to forgo the industry-preferred waiting period of 2 to 3 years between albums and began recording demos for their fourth album. The band took an experimental approach for the recording process by allowing fans to download the demos from their official website in return for feedback. After the release of the album, the band subsequently stated that the process was somewhat of a failure, as the fans did not supply them with cohesive constructive advice. Only the song "Slob" was included on the album due to general fan advice. The fourth album, Maladroit, was released in 2002 with Scott Shriner replacing Mikey Welsh on the bass. The album served as a harder-edged version of their trademark catchy pop-influenced music. Although met with generally positive critical reviews (including making many "Best of '02" lists), its sales were not as strong as The Green Album and remains their worst-selling album to date. Two singles were released from the album. The "Dope Nose" music video featured a Japanese motorcycle gang, and was put into regular rotation. The music video for "Keep Fishin'" combined Weezer with The Muppets, and had heavy rotation on MTV. Both videos were directed by Marcos Siega. As soon as Maladroit had wrapped up, the band immediately began work on their fifth album, recording numerous demos between tours for Maladroit (often recording as many as 24 songs in a day). These songs were eventually scrapped, and Weezer took a break after the release of two albums in quick succession. Make Believe (2003-2005) In March of 2004, Weezer released their first DVD. Titled Video Capture Device, the DVD contains all of their then-current music videos. It also included live concerts and homemade movies. The DVD was certified "gold" on November 8, 2004. From December 2003 to the summer and early fall of 2004, the members of Weezer recorded a large amount of material intended for a new album to be released in the spring of 2005 with producer Rick Rubin. The band's early recording efforts became available to the public through the band's website. The demos, entitled the Album Five Demos (or album 4.5), were a big hit with fans but only one song, "Hold Me", would be included on the finished album. That album, entitled Make Believe, was released on May 10, 2005. The album was very well received by the public. However, long-time Weezer fans often consider it as a decline from their earlier albums, and has received mixed reviews. The album's first single, "Beverly Hills," became a hit in the U.S. and worldwide, staying on the charts for several months after its release. The video for "Beverly Hills", directed by Marcos Siega, featured the band and a select choice of fans interacting with Playboy Bunnies and Hugh Hefner at the Playboy Mansion. It became the first Weezer song to hit #1 on the Billboard Modern Rock chart. The song was nominated for Best Rock Song at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, the first ever Grammy nomination for the band. The video for the song was also nominated for Best Rock Video at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards. During the "Make Believe" tour of 2005, Cuomo allowed other members of the band to step into the spotlight of certain songs: * Brian Bell: "Getchoo" and "Why Bother?" (from Pinkerton), "Smile" (from "The Green Album"), and "Keep Fishin'" (from Maladroit) * Scott Shriner: "Fall Together", and "Dope Nose", and "In the Garage" (from "The Blue Album") * Patrick Wilson: "Photograph" (from "The Green Album"), "Song 2" (Blur cover, whilst playing lead guitar) In late August 2005, Weezer performed with the rock band The Pixies, which was one of Rivers' influences, at Summerfest and other dates. From September 8 to October 28, 2005, Weezer set out on a tour with the Foo Fighters, which, to many, was simply called Foozer. The Foozer tour was awarded "Most Creative Tour Package" at The 17th Annual Concert Industry Awards. On December 13th, 2005, Winter Weezerland EP was released on iTunes. The EP was essentially a re-release of the 2000 Weezer christmas CD which featured "The Christmas Song" and "Christmas Celebration". Also, in late 2005 the band released the second single off Make Believe, called "We Are All on Drugs" (for family-oriented purposes, some releases of the song were renamed "We Are All in Love"), and the music video was directed by Justin Francis. It didn't do well as a single, and many weezer fans hated it. In early 2006, it was announced that Make Believe was certified platinum, and "Beverly Hills" was the second most popular download on iTunes for 2005. Also in early 2006, Make Believe's third single, "Perfect Situation", spent four weeks in a row at the #1 spot on the Billboard Modern Rock chart, a personal record for Weezer. The Perfect Situation video starred Elisha Cuthbert and was directed by Marc Webb. The only other Weezer track to hit #1 was "Beverly Hills," for one week. "This is Such a Pity" is the band's fourth single from the album, but no music video was made for its release. As of January, 2006, Bell and Wilson are set to portray Velvet Underground members Lou Reed and John Cale in Factory Girl, an upcoming film about the life of Andy Warhol cohort Edie Sedgwick. Rivers Cuomo announced a new song called "Piece of the Pie" while onstage during the band's October 7th, 2005 show in Detroit (but did not perform it). Cuomo has mentioned other song ideas recently, dropping titles and ideas such as "East Coast or West Coast," "Pig" and new songs with lyrics he described as "bloggy". Rivers has commented on his myspace blog that his recent comments to mtv.com were 'misquoted' and said that what he meant "was that the soccer song, "Our Time will Come", certainly won't be on a Weezer album." and said "The rest of the songs, though, are definite contenders for a Weezer record." A strong hint that the band are in fact only on a break and that a sixth album is on the card. In late 2006, Brian Bell began work on a new project called The Relationship which fans can follow on the band's myspace page. Pat Wilson told Keifer Wells and Martin Michalek in a radio interview for Andover High School that he and Scott Shriner had been creating songs together and are trying to get Rivers to sing for when the band has jam sessions. Pat has also been creating a few Special Goodness songs, but said little more on the subject. Fans can currently follow the news of the band at Rivers Cuomo's myspace page and the official Weezer website. Weezer's sixth studio album will be released on June 3, 2008, just over three years after their latest release, Make Believe. Rick Rubin produced the album[30] and Rich Costey provided the mixing[31] for what Weezer fans are calling "Album Six".[32] The record is being described as "experimental", and according to Cuomo, includes longer and non-traditional songs, TR-808 drum machines, synthesizers, Southern rap, baroque counterpoint, and band members other than Cuomo writing, singing, and switching instruments.[33] Lead singer Rivers Cuomo released a demo-compilation album entitled Alone: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo on December 18, 2007. The album contains demos of Cuomo's that span from 1992 to 2007, including songs from Weezer's abandoned second album, Songs from the Black Hole. Also included in Alone is a song intended for Weezer's upcoming 6th studio album, entitled "This is the Way". The booklet of Alone tells of the band wanting the song for the album, but ultimately choosing "an epic, 6-minute, symphonic type of art song" entitled "Daydreamer" instead. Weezer's "Weezer" (also referred to as "The Red Album") was released in June 2008. Rick Rubin produced the album and Rich Costey mixed it. The record is being described as "experimental", and according to Cuomo, includes longer and non-traditional songs, TR-808 drum machines, synthesizers, Southern rap, baroque counterpoint, and band members other than Cuomo writing, singing, and switching instruments. Pat Wilson said that the album cost about a million dollars to make, contrasting it with the $150,000 budget of "The Blue Album". The album's singles were produced by Jacknife Lee. Its lead single, "Pork and Beans", topped the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks charts for 11 weeks, and its music video won a Grammy for Best Short Form Music Video. The album's second single, "Troublemaker", debuted at #39 on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart and peaked at #2. In October 2008, the group announced that the third single would be "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations on a Shaker Hymn)". In 2009, the band announced their next album, "Raditude", would be released on November 3, 2009, where it debuted as the seventh best-selling album of the week on the Billboard 200 chart. The band scheduled tour dates in December 2009 extending into early 2010 to coincide with the new album's release. On December 6, 2009, Weezer frontman Rivers Cuomo was injured when his tour bus crashed in upstate New York due to black ice. Cuomo suffered three broken ribs, and his assistant broke two ribs. His wife, baby daughter, and their nanny were also on the bus; however, they escaped injury. Weezer cancelled tour dates the following day. The band resumed touring on January 20, 2010. In December 2009, it was revealed that the band was no longer with Geffen Records. The band stated that they would still release new material, but they are unsure of the means, whether it be self-released, released online, or getting signed by another label. Eventually, the band was signed to the independent label Epitaph. The album "Hurley" was released in September 2010 through Epitaph Records. The name comes from the character Hugo "Hurley" Reyes from the television show "Lost". Jorge Garcia, the actor who portrayed Hurley, stated that being featured on the album cover is "one of the biggest honors of [his] career." Weezer used internet streaming service YouTube as a way to promote the album. Weezer loaned itself to 15 amateur online video producers, "going along with whatever plans the creator could execute in about 30 minutes." They have used many of the popular channels to promote themselves, such as Barely Political, Ray William Johnson and Fred Figglehorn. The Gregory Brothers solicited musical and vocal contributions from the band on one of its compositions built around speeches by Rep. Charles Rangel and President Barack Obama. Weezer calls the promotion "The YouTube Invasion" On November 2, 2010, Weezer released another studio album called "Death to False Metal". This album was composed of newly re-recorded versions of unused recordings spanning the band's career. On October 9, 2011, the band announced on their website that former bassist Mikey Welsh had died. Everything Will Be Alright in the End and the White Album (2014–2016) In January 2014, the band started to record its ninth studio album with producer Ric Ocasek, who previously worked with the band on its first two self-titled albums. A clip of a new song was posted on the band's official YouTube account on March 19, 2014, which confirmed previous rumors of the band being in the studio. On June 12, 2014, it was revealed that the album title would be Everything Will Be Alright in the End. It was released on October 7, 2014 to generally favorable reviews, becoming the band's best-reviewed release since Pinkerton. On October 26, 2015, the band released a new single, "Thank God for Girls", through Apple Music and to radio the same day. The following week, the band released a second single, "Do You Wanna Get High?". Cuomo claimed in an interview with Zane Lowe, that the band was not working on a new album. Later, on January 14, 2016, Weezer released a third single, "King of the World", and announced that the band's fourth self-titled album, also known as the White Album, which continued the critical success of the band's previous release. In support of the album, the band performed on the Weezer & Panic! at the Disco Summer Tour 2016 with Panic! at the Disco in 2016. The band later signed to Atlantic Records as part of a joint venture between Warner Music Group and Crush Management. Pacific Daydream (2017–present) Soon after the release of the White Album, Cuomo discussed plans for Weezer's next album, provisionally titled the Black Album: "It’s going to maybe be like Beach Boys gone bad [...] I’m thinking of swearing, which is something I’ve never done in songs.” Cuomo also said the album would tackle “more mature topics” and be “less summer day and more winter night”. He suggested the band could return to the recording studio as soon as October 2016. Weezer delayed recording after Cuomo felt his new material was more "like reveries from a beach at the end of the world [... as if] the Beach Boys and the Clash fell in love by the ocean and had one hell of an amazing baby". On March 16, 2017, the band released a new song titled "Feels Like Summer", later revealed to be the lead single of an upcoming album. The song drew a mixed reaction from fans but became their biggest hit on Alternative radio in a decade. "Feels Like Summer" was heard on The Weather Channel's local forecast segments on July 4, 2017, and again on August 18, 2017. It was also heard on some of the network's promos that summer. On August 16, the band revealed the album title, Pacific Daydream, and scheduled for October 27. The next day, the a promotional single from the album, "Mexican Fender", was released. The following months, "Beach Boys" was released, and the month after, they released "Weekend Woman" to positive reception. The band currently consists of the following members: * Brian Bell — guitar, backing vocals * Rivers Cuomo — vocals, guitar * Scott Shriner — bass guitar, backing vocals (2002-present) (plays on Maladroit and Make Believe) * Patrick Wilson — drums Former members: * Jason Cropper — Guitar, left the band in September 1993 (believed to have been fired by Cuomo, although it is not clear as Cropper is forbidden from discussing the issue) * Matt Sharp — bass guitar, backing vocals (1992-1997) (plays on The Blue Album and Pinkerton) * Mikey Welsh — bass guitar, backing vocals (1998-2001) (plays on The Green Album) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.