Weezer is a lot of fun. They're that band that 10 years ago everyone was into, whether they liked it or not, and their ballads centered around being an outsider were easy to relate to for a 13-year old like me. Their greatest hits have aged relatively well, but not enough that I've been closely following their last few releases. Their new album, Everything Will Be Alright In The End, looked heavily reliant on Internet subculture, and when Weezer opened with a track cut from it, it confirmed a return to form. They followed up with "Hash Pipe" and "Perfect Situation."
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