Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Aaron Mook, Mar 23, 2016.
My tri color vinyl just showed up and it looks so good
Wow. Loving these reactions. Can't wait to listen.
Did not expect "Best since Pinkerton" comments considering Thank God For Girls is in this album.
haha ok give me a minute
"Thank God for Girls" kind of grew on me tbh
Jacked Up and Endless Bummer rule
I just finished and it's good. Not sure how often I'll listen to the whole thing, but I did enjoy it.
@Jim I bought this at the Warsaw show the other night. Do you know what the pressing is? I think I read /400.
I also bought the Warsaw poster (going to go in a sleeve with all the other posters I have no room to hang). I jetted to the merch table right before the encore to grab one and the merch guy say they printed 150. Said they had sold like 40. Woof...actually a good looking print too.
Thank God For Girls has definitely grown on me since first hearing it. Not my favorite song, but I won't skip it.
It said /400 when I snagged it online for the preorder...I dunno if that means 400 pressed or if 400 were available just for online pre order!
This is the first Weezer album I've been able to get into. It's a fun album.
Summer Elaine is my favorite song they've done since Pinkerton, hands down. Wow.
A radiohead reference and call back to Only in Dreams. And then the line about making him believe in god. so, so, so good.
I know it's been out for a month, but LA Girlz is so fucking good
This song is the one I'm not sold on yet.
Overall, I like this record a lot. It's fun and the hooks get stuck in my head easily. I think I'll play it a lot once it gets a little bit warmer out.
I think "Wind In Our Sail" is one of my favorites so far.
The chorus is great but the rest of the song meh.
The entire album didn't do much for me tbh, I preferred the last one
Yeah, I'm basically in love with Summer Elaine.
i hated wind in my sail the first few listens and now it may be my favorite.
I don't care for the first verse of TGFG, and really it's just the first four lines or so, but I actually really dig the rest of it. I think it's some of the more....interesting lyrics he's written in a really long time. I really enjoy the last part of the 2nd verse and first part of the bridge especially. And I'll take Rivers taking a big risk with a song like this rather than the boring garbage that was on Rad.
Was loving "Endless Bummer" and then the drums kicked in and I was like this is going to end just like a great Weezer album should. Gave me goosebumps. I think I'm easily going to love this more than EWBAITE. So good.
lol wow. That settles that - skip!
Rivers mentions a 19 year old thing in one of the last couple tracks of the album, I kinda heard it and thought "what"