Weezer (White Album) - Weezer

Weezer (White Album)

Weezer

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2016-04-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ā„— 2016 Weezer under exclusive license to Crush Music / Atlantic Recording Corporation fo

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
California Kids Weezer 3:25 USD 1.29
2
Wind in Our Sail Weezer 2:53 USD 1.29
3
Thank God for Girls Weezer 3:30 USD 1.29
4
(Girl We Got A) Good Thing Weezer 3:25 USD 1.29
5
Do You Wanna Get High? Weezer 3:27 USD 1.29
6
King of the World Weezer 3:24 USD 1.29
7
Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori Weezer 3:25 USD 1.29
8
L.A. Girlz Weezer 3:29 USD 1.29
9
Jacked Up Weezer 2:53 USD 1.29
10
Endless Bummer Weezer 4:14 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Underrated

    5
    By dark_death07
    One of the most underrated weezer albums there is. I love this album.
  • A New Masterpiece

    5
    By NeoSeth
    While a little late to the party, the years between this album's release and my review have only convinced me further: This album is an absolute treasure, a work of rock art easily on the level of Weezer's other best work. While I normally disdain reviews that reference The Blue Album and Pinkerton as the standard for Weezer albums, it can't be denied that those two records more than any others solidified Weezer's impact on the rock world. And The White Album ranks right up there with those two giants of alternative rock. From start to finish, this album has nothing but insanely catchy choruses, playfully quirky and memorable lyrics, and a steady supply of overdriven guitar. This is an album that sounds incredibly fresh and new, yet unmistakeably like Weezer. Too often Weezer is accused of sounding either too formulaic or too far estranged from their roots. But here, Weezer finds a comfortable home in beach-pop infused hard rock. Sporting many great guitar riffs and some of the best Weezer lyrics to date (A personal favorite of mine being the chorus to King of the World), The White Album stands as a towering achievement and a modern rock classic in an era desperately in need of one. The timing of this album frames it almost poetically. It's an incredible successor to Everything Will Be Alright in the End's return to form, and the collosal disappointment of Pacific Daydream serves as a further reminder of The White Album's brilliance. Weezer truly struck something wonderful with this record, something many bands only manage once (if even) and almost never more than twenty years after their debut. The White Album is the kind of magic that keeps Weezer fans in it. While the lows can indeed be low, the highs sure do soar high.
  • love it!

    5
    By TJL2012
    good vibes
  • They are back!

    5
    By All about the 90s
    Weezer has been resurrected!
  • Thank God for Weezer

    4
    By IBoss2004
    Finally, a good Weezer album! Their best album in the most of a decade, this felt like the Blue album mixed with Pinkerton. Love the song mentioned in the title, "Thank God for Girls". Check it out!
  • Why

    5
    By Panda watch the mood is tense
    Why is this album not as big as it should be wth
  • Great

    5
    By Swagreninja
    Their best since the green album.
  • Best album since blue album

    5
    By Rickandalli
    Best album since blue album
  • Actual best album heard

    5
    By Budder_luver
    When I listen to an album, there's usually three song that I don't like. With this one, it's only one, a record low.
  • Great Album

    4
    By SarahAlicee527
    I remember hearing most songs at Weezers tour with Panic!

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