Various - Rock Music: A Tribute To Weezer album download
Rock Music: A Tribute to Weezer is an album released by Dead Droid Records. As the album title implies, it is a series of Weezer songs covered by a wide range of bands. The vinyl version contains two versions of "Say it Ain't So", covered by Further Seems Forever. One with the band's original vocalist Chris Carrabba
Limited to 300 on clear (with a green tint) vinyl in a gatefold sleeve. P&C 2002 Dead Droid Records. Mastered at West West Side Studio.
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PTE018 - Tribute album. Island In The Sun (Belmont's Revisal) - videogame orchestra. Do you remember that dream you had, where the sound chips from the beloved games consoles of your youth all got together and formed a Weezer tribute band? Yeah? No? OK. That dream is about to come true whether you had it or not. The songs on this compilation have mostly been created using original videogame hardware running home-brew software, and vary radically in style, from minimal 'one man and his Game Boy' compositions to 8-bit inspired full band performances. Pterodactyl Squad proudly presents the music of Weezer as you have never heard it before.
Weezer's Teal album came out of nowhere, well possibly "Africa". While I thoroughly enjoy MOST of the songs on this album, there were a few that I thought, meh, I might listen to once or twice and that's it Sweet Dreams, No Scrubs. Weezer's musical genius is obvious with the Teal cover album. and Weezer pulled it off flawlessly. keep up the good work!
Weezer (often referred to as The Blue Album and commonly abbreviated as TBA) is the debut album by Weezer. It was released on May 10, 1994 by Geffen Records. The album was produced by former Cars frontman Ric Ocasek and recorded in Electric Lady Studios in New York City. Weezer spawned the popular singles "Undone - The Sweater Song" and "Buddy Holly", both of which were responsible for launching Weezer into mainstream success with the aid of music videos directed by Spike Jonze.
When Weezer producer (and former Cars frontman) Ric Ocasek first heard Weezer’s demo tape in late 1993, he couldn’t quite figure out where the band was coming from. Musing to Rolling Stone years later, he said it felt a little like metal, but the lyrics were smart and nerdy.