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saddr weirdr 11/01/12 02:03 AM

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Originally Posted by PirateSkater182 (Post 114845242)
Actually better than Weezer to me.

Edit: I like some Weezer.

Nope.

PirateSkater182 11/01/12 05:05 AM

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Originally Posted by jkim4007 (Post 114863602)
Nope.


Learn to laugh a little. Life gets better.

screamoutmyname 11/01/12 09:49 AM

damn, they played ALMOST all the right song

codeseven 11/01/12 11:01 PM

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Originally Posted by jtresk26 (Post 114847602)
I like it. The cover of Why Bother? is great. The setlist is:
- My Name is Jonas
- No One Else
- Why Bother?
- The Good Life
- Suzanne
- Island in the Sun
- Pink Triangle
- Hash Pipe
- Buddy Holly
- El Scorcho
- Say It Ain't So

Thanks. Only In Dreams would have been pretty awesome

jtresk26 11/01/12 11:13 PM

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Originally Posted by codeseven (Post 114901092)
Thanks. Only In Dreams would have been pretty awesome

I totally agree. When I saw them at the Aragon for their Memories tour, I was ecstatic when they ended the first set of the show with it. Say what you will about everything post-Pinkerton, they're a great live act and put on a great show.

Searos 11/02/12 05:32 AM

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Originally Posted by jtresk26 (Post 114901362)
I totally agree. When I saw them at the Aragon for their Memories tour, I was ecstatic when they ended the first set of the show with it. Say what you will about everything post-Pinkerton, they're a great live act and put on a great show.

There are plenty of good Weezer songs post-pinkerton just not as many good albums in whole. Green to me is still one of their best and I like it in full but after that it is a mixed bag. Really not a fan of Raditude or Red but even those 2 albums have at least 1 song I actually enjoy. Perfect Situation from Make Believe is also one of their best songs if I was to judge. Despite the comical nature of Beverly Hills as the opener to that album Make Believe is probably my 4th favorite. Hurley is pretty good but I would not go as far to say solid overall.

jtresk26 11/02/12 08:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Searos (Post 114903882)
There are plenty of good Weezer songs post-pinkerton just not as many good albums in whole. Green to me is still one of their best and I like it in full but after that it is a mixed bag. Really not a fan of Raditude or Red but even those 2 albums have at least 1 song I actually enjoy. Perfect Situation from Make Believe is also one of their best songs if I was to judge. Despite the comical nature of Beverly Hills as the opener to that album Make Believe is probably my 4th favorite. Hurley is pretty good but I would not go as far to say solid overall.

Yeah I'd agree with all that, though I do find myself listening to Maladroit a lot more than all of them. I think that's their most solid album post-Pinkerton.

Searos 11/02/12 09:23 AM

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Originally Posted by jtresk26 (Post 114907502)
Yeah I'd agree with all that, though I do find myself listening to Maladroit a lot more than all of them. I think that's their most solid album post-Pinkerton.

I haven't listened to that one as much. It never really resonated much with me but I recognize it had a lot better songs than their goofier work that came after. I think thats why I like Make Believe cause it sorta reminds me of Pinkerton. I will give Maladroit a few more listens.

jtresk26 11/02/12 09:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Searos (Post 114908672)
I haven't listened to that one as much. It never really resonated much with me but I recognize it had a lot better songs than their goofier work that came after. I think thats why I like Make Believe cause it sorta reminds me of Pinkerton. I will give Maladroit a few more listens.

Cool. It's definitely got some good songs. A hard rock sound, harder than Green for sure, but it has some good hooks for sure.