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antiReviews: Weezer-Weezer (aka The Green Album) - Review by Dr Fever

Weezer-Weezer (aka The Green Album)
Label: Geffen
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Tracks:
Don't Let Go
Photograph
Hash Pipe
Island In The Sun
Crab
Knock-down Drag-out
Smile
Simple Pages
Glorious Day
O Girlfriend
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Weezer is one of those bands you just can't help but love. They write good, tight songs with catchy hooks, they're talented in what they do and they write a lot of music about girls. Now, there is something all of us guys can relate too. So, if this new album doesn't cement them as one of the best bands walking the Earth, I don't know what will.

This album is Weezers third full length and it successfully combines elements of their first two albums (the first- 'Weezer (aka The Blue Album)' went multiplatnum and the videos it spawned made Spike Jonez a GOD..the second-'Pinkerton' didn't do as well sales wise, but still garnered much praise from critics and fans alike). Catchy choruses, tight music, good ol' rock n roll.

Personally, if you like the first two albums, you definitely need to check this one out for sure. Don't buy it expecting "Say It Aint So Pt 2" or "The Sweater Song-The Saga Continues", because you won't find it. What you will find is 28 minutes (yes, I typed that right..28 minutes) of good, solid poppy rock that we can all enjoy.
 

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