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The self-titled Weezer is lean and mean at 10 short, punchy tunes, but nearly every one is powered by a larger-than-life chorus or a simple but effective lyric. "Undone-The Sweater Song" uses an unraveling sweater as a metaphor for a relationship on the rocks; "Buddy Holly" pays heartfelt tribute to the '50s rocker, and "In the Garage" paints a scene of suburban teens jamming while surrounded by posters of Kiss. Producer Ric Ocasek of Cars fame pushes the vocals and rhythm guitars, and this bare-bones approach may earn comparisons to fellow garage-pop band Green Day. But Weezer has more in common with the late, lamented Big Dipper, another group of slacker wiseguys that you just had to love. --Jim DeRogatis
What can be said about this great Disc made better by MOFI and SACD!Published 2 days ago by Steven M Bell
Weezer (Blue Album) – SACD (Super Audio CD) MoFi Original Master Recording.
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Beautiful, there is really nothing I could say about this recording that is in negative spotlight.
The album is amazing, certainly reminds me of grade school and staying... Read more
Their first (second?) as good as their last, Weezer is music immortalityPublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
Takes me back to my junior year in college in a small town. This is smart, fun, rock plain and simple. Brings a smile to my face every time I listen.Published 22 days ago by DuaneDaTub
Seriously? You need a review? This is THE blue album. Everyone loves this one. ...♡Published 1 month ago by Lily
My first Weezer album, and I'll definitely be getting more based on the content found on the Blue Album.Published 2 months ago by kenobrien88
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It seems your opinions run contrary to what is generally accepted about Weezer's discogrophy. Most fans seem to believe the first two albums are superior to all their post-2000 releases. I myself am not a huge Weezer fan (I love Pinkerton, though), but I think, had any of the Weezer fans actually... Read More
Jul 15, 2008 by L. Ricciuti | See all 4 posts
|this is just a band for nerds and tree hugging hippies why is it listed...||
Dude, nobody cares about your "real punk/fake punk" crap. Get over it.
Apr 5, 2008 by finulanu | See all 6 posts