The double-disc set features a whole host of goodies...

WEEZER have announced details of their forthcoming DVD.

The DVD will contain videos, live gigs, unseen promo videos, and film footage, documenting the Californian quartet’s career from the 1994 debut ‘Blue Album’ to 2002’s ‘Maladroit’.

As previously reported on NME.COM, the band have enlisted producer Rick Rubin for the follow-up to ‘Maladroit’. The band postponed recording of the album in 2002, choosing instead to take some time off.


The DVD, scheduled for release at the end of March, will be followed by the re-release of the ‘Blue Album’, released on double disc format, containing various rarities.

The DVD contains:


‘Undone – The Sweater Song’

‘Buddy Holly’

‘Say It Ain’t So’


‘El Scorcho’ (directors cut)

‘The Good Life’

‘Pink Triangle’ (home made, no budget)

‘Hash Pipe’

‘Island In The Sun’ (directed by Marcos Siega)

‘Island In The Sun’ (directed by Spike Jonze)


‘Dope Nose’

‘Keep Fishin’’

‘Slob’ (low budget)

Documentary, B-roll, and live stuff:

‘Undone – The Sweater Song’ (alternate version)

“Weezer Goes To NY: The Making of The Blue Album”

‘In The Garage’ (live)

‘Jamie’ (live)

‘Buddy Holly News’

‘Saction’ (spring 1995 tour)

‘Say It Ain’t So’ (B-roll version)

‘Say It Ain’t So’ (live from ‘the Dave Letterman Show’)

“Weezer Goes To Van Nuys: The Making of Pinkerton”

‘El Scorcho’ (live)

‘The Good Life’ (B-roll version)

‘Pink Triangle’ (live and acoustic)

‘Mykel and Carli’ (live)

‘My Brain’ (live)


“Stoopid Fresh” (‘Green Album’ preparations)

“How Not To Do An Interview”

‘Dope Nose’ (B-roll version)

‘Eurotrash’ (2002 tour action)

‘Take Control’ (live)

‘Fall Together’ (pre-show warm-ups)

‘Prodigy Lover’ (demo session)