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Ceza, JL B. Outro feat. Harsh feat. Let's Go feat. Intoxicants show up a few times in the Weezer songbook: a cold one in the icebox, some hash in a pipe, some dope for the nose. Sadly searching in a way Weezer rarely is, and good enough to make you want to forget that Ryan Adams co-wrote it. Instead, she and Cuomo cooked up a delightful traipse through bossa nova lounge pop.
Underrated by fans and the band alike; have they ever even played it live? But what a riff—a bolt of electric regret, speaking louder than any words. More such gentle serenading would be welcome. Getting in touch with his inner theater kid, Cuomo tells the origin story of Weezer with a miniature rock opera, a part song suite that changes directions on a dime, and finds his cohorts emulating Slipknot one minute and Bach the next. Every band should take a swing this big, and risk ridicule for Queen-style glory.
At least some of the lighting bottled on The Blue Album can be attributed to the guidance of producer Ric Ocasekrevered for his days in The Cars. The Jorge Garcia cover art and pre-release chatter about a return to the Blue Album sound did no favors for Hurleya record better than its reputation suggests. The recent Teal Album, with its collection of boringly faithful covers, pushes Weezer precariously close to wedding band territory. But they sound fit for a reception in a much less pejorative sense on this absolutely gorgeous Pacific Daydream concoction, whose guitars ring like church bells.
It thumps around like a dejected kaiju, dinosaurian in its hankering for the one that got away. The ingeniously arranged White Album saves its downbeat numbers for the home stretch, the better to suggest the sloping arc of a relationship destined to fall apart. Its penultimate track is a superlative breakup song: a bad-funk waltz that finds Cuomo spilling his feelings over a row of ivory and in an arresting falsetto. Best heard through headphones and heartbreak.
It, too, is piano driven, mirroring its polar opposite with the conversely sanguine tale of a love story on the rise. Apropos its sci-fi framework, the tune truly sounds like a transmission from an alternate reality where that rock opera saw the light of day—and maybe another one where Weezer became an ass-kicking riot grrrl act.
He ended up singing the lyrics himself, necessitating a few tweaks. No Brian Wilson worship here. More elegies for dead relationships should be as scorching as this Maladroit banger, which abides by the principle that the best way to purge the breakup blues is to plug into an amp and slash them away. Was he nostalgic even way back inbefore he entered the limelight?
It was worth the wait—for the way it anticipates the anxieties that would bubble to the surface on Pinkertonand for its exhilarating momentum, how it keeps lurching forward like a race car making tight turns and laying on the gas every minute or so.
After a half-hour of identically structured bubblegum beach rock, Cuomo at last lets a little emotion creep into the spreadsheet blueprint of The Green Album.
Even better than the Maladroit version is the unadorned demo from the fan-famous Washington, D. Listening to that slower, prettier arrangement, you can almost picture Cuomo softly singing the song through a frosted window, illuminated by red and green lights, a snowy landscape sprawling out before him. Sequel when? Cuomo has also largely abandoned its technical complexity, sacrificing it on the altar of his obsession with radio-conquering palatability.
Part of the lore of Pinkerton is the way it peeled back the commercial cuddliness of The Blue Album to reveal the messier, less adorkable pathology underneath, like the bugs squirming below manicured suburbia in a different Blue -hued classic. It might be the catchiest song ever written about a jealous, possessive boyfriend—and early proof that Weezer were pros at stuffing unattractive personal traits in an attractive musical package.
In a way, the next track on The Blue Album anticipated Pinkertontoo: Nestled among songs about sweaters, surf boards, and sided dice is this broadcast from splitsville, with Cuomo issuing pained pleas to a wallet photo of his ex, making sweet love to her memory. The electric twang at the start may be the most inviting introduction to any Weezer song, period. After years of being cited as a major influence on a whole generation of emo bands, Weezer finally took its own go at the genre, and handily proved it could rule that roost, too, if it wanted to go full-time lovelorn.
Unbelievably, the band has only played it live once; envy the concertgoers afforded the rare opportunity to reach a higher plane with him. Alexisonfire have issued some new Album) of their catalog on vinyl. Tom DeLonge talked with Guitar. Lifeforms is another textural expedition that opens clear water between itself and the idea of DeLonge as a three-chord thrasher.
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