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Weezer Deluxe Original recording remastered
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2007 vinyl LP pressing of the debut album from the U.S. Alterna-Popsters lead by River Cuomo. Originally released in 1994, Weezer features 'Undone (The Sweater Song)', 'Buddy Holly' and 'Say It Aint So'. Universal.
Blending the best aspects of pop, punk and grunge, Weezer's eponymous debut came as a much needed bit of relief to the too-serious American indie scene of 1994. Produced (and strongly influenced) by former Cars frontman Ric Ocasek, Weezer blends churning, power-pop guitars with Beach Boys harmonies and the awkward lyrics of singer/songwriter Rivers Cuomo. On standout tracks such as "In The Garage" and "The World Has Turned And Left Me Here", Weezer introduced the wider world to the then-new concept of Geek Rock. However, it was "Buddy Holly"--and its corresponding Spike Jonze-directed video--that propelled this album into the charts. Unfortunately, this song also branded them as nothing more than another novelty act, an unfair fate for an album--and band-- that's since had so much influence. --Robert Burrow --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
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The only thing odd about it was that it didn't come with the traditional "Original Master Sleeve" all the MoFi pressings I own came with. It seems to be built the same way but lacks the usual recognizable branding these sleeves usually have printed on them. Anybody else noticed that?
A lot of people are not sure whether they should buy it or not. It's pretty expensive, especially in Canada. Let's go through it. First, the packaging. It's absolutely wonderful. It contains rare and beautiful pictures of the band, which are spread through the packaging itself and inside the 30-pages booklet. The booklet contains pictures of the band, hand-written lyrics to the songs of cd 1 and 2, an essay by Todd Sullivan about how he discovered the band and got them signed and finally detailed notes about all the b-sides featured on the second cd. The only dissapointment is the size of the pictures which are often pretty small.
There is not much to say about the actual Blue album. Everyone knows it's a masterpiece. So let's talk about the second cd. It contains b-sides, live tracks, demos and unreleased songs from the era. Some of these had already been released on compilations, soundtracks or leaked on the internet, but it's nice to have them all on one cd with a slightly improved sound quality. Listening to this cd from beginning to end really gives you a new, insightful look at the album.Read more ›
So why should you pony up the extra dough for the "expanded" edition? Is the second disc really worth it? For a change, the answer is yes. You get four great live tracks, complete with some funny self depreciating comments, one song from a various artists rarities album that the band wrote about their lawyer ("Jamie"), and a handful of demos. The best of the bunch is an a cappella quickie titled "My Evaline" that highlights Weezer's uncanny harmony abilities, something occasionally lost in the din.
If you're reading this, you're probably already inclined towards buying this. Go ahead. Maybe we'll get lucky and "Pinkerton" will get the same royal treatment.
It's just awesome, all your favorites Susanne, Jamie, Evaline, Mykel and Carli and new stuff that I'd never heard at least. I can hear why the b-sides "Paperface", "Lullabye", and "I Swear It's True" are in fact b-sides. They have a different feeling, a more edgey rock feel. Don't get me wrong, they're awesome tracks, I especially love "Paperface" but I can see why perhaps they were skipped over for the orginal Blue Album. I'm just glad they put them on this disc so we could hear them
The inclusion of the Kitchen Tapes was just an awesome idea. Those tracks blew me away, especially the acoustic "Sweater Song". I loved every minute of this CD. I've listened to it countless times since I've purchased it and it's great. If you have the Blue Album already, buy this. If you don't already have the Blue Album, you shall be stoned, then buy this album. Pay the money and support a band that puts out quality rock music.
Most recent customer reviews
Great Album, already heard it so many times before i bought it on spotify, so I bought it!!!Published 14 months ago by Satjeevan
It's legit and it sounds great. I now own a copy of Weezer Blue on vinyl! In your face, space coyote!Published on April 24 2014 by Gonzalo Riedel
what to say about weezer......i dont have chance to see them in show?this cd is 100% weezer,i mean very good.Published on April 24 2013 by michelle laliberte
I have been a weezer fan from the start(so like when i was 4)! Personally I think Blue Album is the best because it has great guitar parts and lyrics. Read morePublished on July 19 2004
This CD is a classic and I am sure my kids will listen to it when they grow up. Definitely one of my favorite rock albums of all time. Read morePublished on July 19 2004 by AaronAtterson
In a magical era of music history, when grunge had conquered the universe, WEEZER seemed to fall softly and solidly into place as an undeniable staple of 90's rock. Read morePublished on July 15 2004 by Weak and Weary