Weezer - Weezer (Blue)
NME.COM feature on Weezer - Weezer (Blue) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 10 May 1994
Perpetual frat boys goof some more
Reasons to be cheerful, part 384: 'The Green Album' - Weezer's first long-player since '96 doofus opus 'Pinkerton' - is just 28 minutes long. Which makes 'TGA' approximately 45 minutes shorter than Limp Bizkit's latest travesty, and two minutes shorter than either Last Of The Summer Wine or your average game of bowls. All of which are...
- May 24, 2001
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- My Name Is Jonas
- No One Else
- The World Has Turned And Left Me Here
- Buddy Holly
- Undone: The Sweater Song
- Surf Wax America
- Say It Ain't So
- In The Garage
- Only In Dreams
Naming the album after a character from Lost? Rest assured that's where the puzzlement ends as Weezer's charm and spark returns in vast quantities
- Oct 1, 2010
Rivers Cuomo polishes up with Lil Wayne and Lady Gaga, but it's hollow inside
- Nov 2, 2009
Finally, Rivers has cast off the sulky facade to do what he does best – put on an incredible rock show. Madison Square Garden, New York (September 24)
- Oct 10, 2008
Ash, Diiv, Bleached and The Orwells will also play the boat-based bash
The band will play three sets on cruise from Florida to the Bahamas
Singer also says he wants to do a new tour dedicated to 2008's 'The Red Album'
Weezer - Weezer (Blue): Wikipedia Album Entry
Weezer, often referred to as The Blue Album, is the debut album by the United States alternative rock band Weezer. It was released on May 10, 1994 by Geffen Records. The album was produced by former Cars frontman Ric Ocasek and recorded in Electric Lady Studios in New York City. Weezer spawned the popular singles "Undone - The Sweater Song" and "Buddy Holly", both of which were responsible for launching Weezer into mainstream success with the aid of music videos directed by Spike Jonze. As of December 2007, the album had sold 3,146,000 copies in the United States where it peaked at #16. It is currently certified 3 times platinum, making it Weezer's best selling album. In 2003, the album was ranked number 297 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. A 2-CD deluxe edition was released on 2004.
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