Weezer – Riff Raff


Dan Brown explains the great unknowns.
January 28, 2004, 8:57 pm
Filed under: Media

After a bit of a delay, now on the video page is the first of three tracks of the Y100 Sonic Sessions on 6/20/1997. Click here. This has been a crazy week… no school on Monday because of snow, and a water main break in front of the school today. Wow.

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No news is good news… but I'll take what I can get.
January 15, 2004, 9:54 pm
Filed under: Weezer News

According to Universal Music Canada the Blue Album: Special Edition is set for release on March 23rd. From Karl’s Corner:

This will be a 2 disc set in the Universal Deluxe Edition series. Lots of cool and unseen photos have been selected for the booklet and packaging and the bonus tracks are in the selection process. Extensive liner notes and all lyrics included. Besides the blue album songs, it will include all blue album era b-sides, a selection of special rarities, and some never before released material. No release schedule known yet.

Of course it could still be pushed back, but seeing as how it’s from the Universal website, it seems pretty final. Cool.



Montevideo of Yukon, past winter solstice.
January 13, 2004, 11:44 pm
Filed under: Media

Check the moving pictures page for another new video. This time it’s MTV’s segment on Mykel and Carli’s death with a short interview with Rivers and lots of clips. Click here. In addition to that, on the audio page is a cover of El Scorcho sent in by Eric. Teh Nation and I have a little somethin’ somethin’ in the form of formally Weezed posted videos cookin’… possibly.



On the road to simplicity.
January 5, 2004, 4:31 pm
Filed under: Media

I’ve got for you a special treat… Straight from the Spike Jonze DVD is the Buddy Holly music video, complete with voiceover commentary by the band. Right click, save as, here. Sorry about the rough edit, every time I’d encode it the quality would deteriorate, so I figured you could deal with a second of options menu. Anyhow, I highly suggest you go and buy the Spike Jonze DVD. In addition to this, there is also the Undone video, complete with more commentary from the band, along with much more interesting stuff. (Rodeo documentary!). So uh… do it.