Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Aaron Mook, Mar 23, 2016.
I like that a lot
But I tend to like shitty Weezer singles, so who knows?
It makes me really happy that Weezer seems to love making music. I wouldn't be surprised if we get The Black Album in 2017.
Whoa, Rivers swearing is strangely spine-tingling lol
Is there anywhere else to listen to it?
Also holy shit does Rivers actually say the f-bomb in a song? That's the first time ever
Least Weezer , Weezer song of all time?
IDK what to think
That guitar solo is fire tho
Holy shit I think I just woke someone up by laughing so hard at "I love the USA/Fuck yeah, this place is great"
Like, I almost feel like I should spoiler tag that just to keep from ruining the surprise for someone else. I am shamelessly in love with this song right now because it's so fucking weird
Still haven't listened to this album yet lol, oops.
hahaha, whhhaaattt is hhaapppeennniiinnggg with this USA track.
The lyrics seem pretty straightforward, but those last few lines are kind of a headscratcher.
Deluxe Edition out Friday, with these bonus tracks:
I Love The USA
Jacked Up (Remix) ft Fitzand & The Tantrums & Nadya (Pussy Riot)
Friend of a Friend
Fake Smiles and Nervous Laughter
Nice! So glad "Prom Night" was left out. That song gives me the creeps.
Am I the only one with this bad boy still holding strong as their AOTY?
Nope, I'm in the same boat. It'll at least make my top three for sure.
It's in my top 10, which I absolutely did not expect to happen
Top ten for me too. I even like 'Thank God For Girls' now.
Username = "And It Stoned Me"?
Van the fuckin' Man...
Probably still is for me.
Am I the only one that feels like the album released years ago? I forgot this thing dropped in 2016. I love the album though.
Yeah it feels like forever to me too haha.
I kind of forgot about this album for a few months and just turned it on and holy hell I forgot how surprisingly good it is.
Zeds Dead ft. Rivers & Pusha T
Pusha T and Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo Team on New Zeds Dead Song “Too Young”: Listen | Pitchfork