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Which weezer album do you like most?
Weezer Blue
58%
 58%  [ 21 ]
Pinkerton
30%
 30%  [ 11 ]
Weezer Green
8%
 8%  [ 3 ]
Maladroit
2%
 2%  [ 1 ]
Make Believe
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Total Votes : 36

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spaceman_spiff
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I like maladroit...and noone anywhere else seems to agree with me. Most people either like blue or pinkteron....

However I don't have pinkterton and Ive yet to listen to all the songs...but I've heard most of them. Maybe it is as good as everyone says it is....

But I luuuurves me some maladroit.

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I have to say that the blue album is the best. Every single song on there is great. Pinkerton is really good too, but the blue album is IT for me. Especially the song "Say It Ain't So".
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say it ain't so. best. weezer. song. ever.
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Pinkerton is one of the best rock albums, ever... in my opinion. The blue album is a close second, but definitely a pop album, which has a lot to do with the production. Maladroit wasn't bad, the first half of it is decent, but it's not all that creative. Everything else might as well be a different band.
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I vote not because I've only heard like one song of theirs. So I don't have any opinions thus far.
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I like Blue the best. I like Make Believe second, though. I'm strange.
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i voted blue, but i like pinkerton 2nd.
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bgburroughs
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robbie wrote:
Pinkerton is one of the best rock albums, ever... in my opinion. The blue album is a close second, but definitely a pop album, which has a lot to do with the production. Maladroit wasn't bad, the first half of it is decent, but it's not all that creative. Everything else might as well be a different band.


Exactly. While the blue album is full of fun, catchy songs, it's very polished and impersonal. Pinkerton's songwriting, guitar playing, and production just kills me...
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bgburroughs wrote:
robbie wrote:
Pinkerton is one of the best rock albums, ever... in my opinion. The blue album is a close second, but definitely a pop album, which has a lot to do with the production. Maladroit wasn't bad, the first half of it is decent, but it's not all that creative. Everything else might as well be a different band.


Exactly. While the blue album is full of fun, catchy songs, it's very polished and impersonal. Pinkerton's songwriting, guitar playing, and production just kills me...




agreed

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golly andrew
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Although Blue is the greater album, I voted for Pinkerton.

There's something special about a band's dark age.

Weezer so happens to be my favorite band, so this thread is a pleasant surprise.

And I disagree wholeheartedly about Blue being "polished and impersonal".

I plead the opposite actually.
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boone
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bgburroughs wrote:
robbie wrote:
Pinkerton is one of the best rock albums, ever... in my opinion. The blue album is a close second, but definitely a pop album, which has a lot to do with the production. Maladroit wasn't bad, the first half of it is decent, but it's not all that creative. Everything else might as well be a different band.


Exactly. While the blue album is full of fun, catchy songs, it's very polished and impersonal. Pinkerton's songwriting, guitar playing, and production just kills me...


I wouldn't consider "My Name is Jonas," "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here," "Undone," "Surf Wax America," "Say it Ain't So," "In the Garage" or "Only in Dreams" very polished, nor any of the songs impersonal.

The Green Album, on the other hand...

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I don't really like Weezer, but I know two things, I listened to there 1st CD, and I can't stand there new CD.
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golly andrew
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boone wrote:
I wouldn't consider "My Name is Jonas," "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here," "Undone," "Surf Wax America," "Say it Ain't So," "In the Garage" or "Only in Dreams" very polished, nor any of the songs impersonal.

The Green Album, on the other hand...


Or you could've just listed every song, because it would still be true.

And the Green album is a perfect example of a polished record with a few glimmering moments of "personal" messages. Tis a solid power-pop record.
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I can honestly say I love every Weezer album. That is all.
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golly andrew wrote:
Although Blue is the greater album, I voted for Pinkerton.

There's something special about a band's dark age.


I wouldn't say it was the band's dark period as much as it was Rivers' dark period.

JD

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