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Rediscovery Of The Weez

The Weez used to be my favorite band before my metal phase I'm still stuck in until Blue brought me back to my alt roots. I've rediscovered the Weez, and once again I love them.
The Blue Album

Throughout all of my various musical phases, Blue has been the album that has stood by me. It's a fresh alternative rock album that stands as timeless. Weezer hit it big here, and never reached awesomeness like this again. Not to mention the lyrics are hysterical.

So what? I like Maladroit. Definitely one of their most experimental albums, it was freaking heavy (bordering on hard rock), and the songs were catchy and fun. Perfect.

Always been a fan of Pinkerton, just never raved over it like most people. It's good, rough, and abrasive. It's a bit too immature and unpolished, this being the biggest problem.
Make Believe

Make Believe isn't as bad as people make it out to be (there's a few VERY good tunes), and a lot of the hate comes from the overly poppy Beverly Hills, but it's still a solid album.
Green Album

Too short, and too poppy. Pretty weak.
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