Difference between revisions of "Weezer (Blue Album)"
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Like many people, my first experience with the songs from this album came from the included music video of Buddy Holly on the Windows 95 upgrade CD. Later, a friend of mine bought the album (I thought the band named sounded stupid), and we listened to the first couple songs. It wasn't too long after that I got the CD myself (I think my mother paid for it and it was one of the very first CDs I owned). I became more acquainted with the other tracks and began to like it a lot. This album became very important to my formative tastes in music, and listening to it always brings me back to my years in middle school.
Regarding the graphic design, I really like the layout of this album. The solid blue field on the cover gives it a very simple and unique look. The CD itself is a simple solid blue too. The band members look pretty goofy on the cover and Brian Bell's face was actually digitally replaced with a different photo. One thing I hate about the album is the lack of lyrics to the songs in the booklet. This made it pretty impossible for me to understand a lot of the words for years until I found them on the Internet.
I own this album on CD.
All songs sung by Rivers Cuomo.
This is the order in which I enjoy the songs from this album, and their individual song ratings.
|1||In the Garage||9|
|2||Say It Ain't So||8|
|3||My Name Is Jonas||8|
|4||The World Has Turned and Left Me Here||7|
|7||Surf Wax America||6|
|8||Only In Dreams||6|
|9||Undone - The Sweater Song||2|
|10||No One Else||1|
The album's total score is 739.