History Music / Weezer

15th Jan '16 5:16:02 PM BronyoftheOctaves
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* SelfTitledAlbum: ''Three'' of them!
to:
* SelfTitledAlbum: ''Three'' of them!them! It's gotten UpToEleven with 2016 releasing '''[[RunningGag a fourth self titled]]'''.
15th Jan '16 5:14:42 PM BronyoftheOctaves
Is there an issue? Send a Message
to:
\n* ''Weezer ([[RunningGag The White Album]])'' (2016)
26th Dec '15 1:13:47 PM Morgenthaler
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* GuestStarPartyMember: The band's archivist Karl Koch has several appearances on albums, such as being responsible for the piano destruction at the end of "Undone - The Sweater Song" and playing percussion on "Butterfly". According to Koch, the latter's because "Butterfly" was the last song recorded in a crunch at around 3 AM, when the only people left in the studio were Rivers, him, and engineer [[MercuryRev Dave Fridmann]].
to:
* GuestStarPartyMember: The band's archivist Karl Koch has several appearances on albums, such as being responsible for the piano destruction at the end of "Undone - The Sweater Song" and playing percussion on "Butterfly". According to Koch, the latter's because "Butterfly" was the last song recorded in a crunch at around 3 AM, when the only people left in the studio were Rivers, him, and engineer [[MercuryRev [[Music/MercuryRev Dave Fridmann]].
10th Nov '15 5:15:06 PM Crane
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* RaceFetish: One of the unifying themes of the concept album ''Pinkerton'' is Cuomo's Asian fetish. He would later [[JustifiedTrope marry a woman of Japanese ethnicity]].
to:
* RaceFetish: One Part of the unifying themes ''Pinkerton'''s famously uncomfortable honesty includes Cuomo admitting to having one of the concept album ''Pinkerton'' is Cuomo's these for Asian fetish.women. He would later [[JustifiedTrope marry a woman of Japanese ethnicity]].
10th Nov '15 5:10:36 PM Crane
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* AmbiguousDisorder: Rivers Cuomo.
to:
* AmbiguousDisorder: Rivers Cuomo.Cuomo has never actually stated it, but his mannerisms in interviews are near-identical to those of someone on the spectrum.
3rd Nov '15 5:36:51 AM wyattte
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
* {{Adorkable}}: Rivers Cuomo can be this in some of his more naive lyrical moments. ''Pinkerton'' [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructs]] this trope, where the protagonists of the songs go past adorkable and right into creepy.
2nd Aug '15 5:05:28 PM Tazmily
Is there an issue? Send a Message
** Though, Pat did co-write a couple of Blue Album songs, namely "My Name Is Jonas" (co-written with Jason Cropper, too) The World Has Turned And Left Me Here" and "Surf Wax America". He also co-wrote Blue outtake "Lullabye for Wayne".
to:
** Though, Pat did co-write a couple of Blue Album songs, namely "My Name Is Jonas" (co-written with Jason Cropper, too) The "The World Has Turned And Left Me Here" and "Surf Wax America". He also co-wrote Blue outtake "Lullabye for Wayne".
2nd Aug '15 5:04:01 PM Tazmily
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
** Though, Pat did co-write a couple of Blue Album songs, namely "My Name Is Jonas" (co-written with Jason Cropper, too) The World Has Turned And Left Me Here" and "Surf Wax America". He also co-wrote Blue outtake "Lullabye for Wayne".
26th Jun '15 9:42:37 PM BadSplice
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* EasterEgg: The Green Album booklet folds out to a poster of the band onstage - hidden among the crowd are the silhouettes of [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Mike Nelson, Tom Servo, and Crow T. Robot]]. The same album also has the word "No" hidden under the tray, which has caused speculation among fans about what it's supposed to mean - theories range from a reply to the text hidden under ''[[Music/{{Radiohead}} OK Computer's]]'' tray (which ends with the question "would you like to come home with me") to a message to fans that the album would not be another ''Pinkerton''. The band have not confirmed any of these theories, and the only comment came from webmaster Karl Koch, who simply said "No means no".
to:
* EasterEgg: The Green Album booklet folds out to a poster of the band onstage - hidden among the crowd are the silhouettes of [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 Mike Nelson, Tom Servo, and Crow T. Robot]]. The same album also has the word "No" hidden under the tray, [[RiddleForTheAges which has caused speculation among fans about what it's supposed to mean mean]] - theories range from a reply to the text hidden under ''[[Music/{{Radiohead}} OK Computer's]]'' tray (which ends with the question "would you like to come home with me") to a message to fans that the album would not be another ''Pinkerton''. The band have not confirmed any of these theories, and the only comment came from webmaster Karl Koch, who simply said said: [[ShrugOfGod "No means no".]] ** Similar to the "No" example, but more ambitious, ''Pinkerton'' has a map under its CD tray with "Isol Della Farfalla e Penisola Di Cane." [[BilingualBonus which is Italian for]]: "Island of the Butterfly and Peninsula of Dog.", a ship named the U.S.S. Pinkerton, Mykel and Carli Island, a reference to the founders of Weezer's fan club, more [[ShoutOut Shout Outs]] to ''Opera/MadameButterfly'' and the names of musicians who influenced the band during recording. (Music/BrianWilson, Music/YngwieMalmsteen, etc.)
4th May '15 7:17:18 AM missmoon
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
* ADayInTheLimelight: ''The Red Album'' lets Brian, Scott, and Pat shine. ** Brian sings "Thought I Knew", the bonus track "It's Easy", and shares lead vocals on "Dreamin'" and "Everybody Gets Dangerous". ** Scott sings "Cold Dark World", the bonus track "King" and shares lead on their cover of Music/TheBand's "The Weight". ** Pat sings "Automatic" and the cover of Music/TalkTalk's "Life's What You Make It".
This list shows the last 10 events of 125. Show all.