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Weezer The Red Album 2008 320k [EAC Rip Inc Log , UK Edition 2 Bonus Tracks]

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Name:Weezer The Red Album 2008 320k [EAC Rip Inc Log , UK Edition 2 Bonus Tracks]

Total Size: 117.43 MB

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00. Weezer - The Red Album.nfo (Size: 117.43 MB) (Files: 18)

 00. Weezer - The Red Album.nfo

1.51 KB

 01 - Troublemaker.mp3

6.29 MB

 02 - The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations On A Shaker Hymn).mp3

13.44 MB

 03 - Pork And Beans.mp3

7.23 MB

 04 - Heart Songs.mp3

9.39 MB

 05 - Everybody Get Dangerous.mp3

9.27 MB

 06 - Dreamin'.mp3

11.91 MB

 07 - Thought I Knew.mp3

6.93 MB

 08 - Cold Dark World.mp3

8.83 MB

 09 - Automatic.mp3

7.16 MB

 10 - The Angel And The One.mp3

15.50 MB

 11 - The Weight (UK Bonus Track).mp3

10.36 MB

 12 - Life Is What You Make It (UK Bonus Track).mp3

8.11 MB

 Art

  Back.jpg

1.08 MB

  CD.jpg

477.20 KB

  Front.jpg

1.45 MB

 Weezer - The Red Album.log

5.04 KB

 Weezer - The Red Album.m3u

0.91 KB
 

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Weezer - The Red Album
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Artist...............: Weezer
Album................: The Red Album
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2008
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode)
Codec................: LAME 3.97
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (CBR 320kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Information..........: Rip With Log
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Tracklisting
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1. (00:02:45) Weezer - Troublemaker
2. (00:05:52) Weezer - The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (Variations On A Shaker Hymn)
3. (00:03:09) Weezer - Pork And Beans
4. (00:04:06) Weezer - Heart Songs
5. (00:04:03) Weezer - Everybody Get Dangerous
6. (00:05:12) Weezer - Dreamin'
7. (00:03:01) Weezer - Thought I Knew
8. (00:03:51) Weezer - Cold Dark World
9. (00:03:08) Weezer - Automatic
10. (00:06:46) Weezer - The Angel And The One
11. (00:04:31) Weezer - The Weight (UK Bonus Track)
12. (00:03:32) Weezer - Life Is What You Make It (UK Bonus Track)
Playing Time.........: 00:49:57
Total Size...........: 114.42 MB
NFO generated on.....: 16/02/2009 15:04:48


An old critical cliché is that eponymous albums are statements of purpose, so what to make of Weezer and their third color-coded self-titled album? Well, the band proves that axiom true, as every one of these eponymous efforts functions as an act of introduction, from their 1994 Blue debut to their 2001 Green comeback to 2008's Red Album, where Rivers Cuomo turns many of the group's long-standing rules upside down. This isn't a radical sonic makeover — ever a pop formalist, Rivers has Weezer stick to their signatures of big guitars and bigger hooks — but rather a question of attitude, as Cuomo loosens up as he stares down his impending middle age, choosing to get silly rather than serious. He tears down his self-imposed three-minute barriers, writing two long-form suites (and another track that clocks in over five minutes), he sneers at Timbaland's hitmaking prowess in "Pork and Beans," he never avoids his age, whether he's making asides to Rogaine or indulging in warm nostalgia in the pseudo-"In the Garage" sequel "Heart Songs" and, most importantly, he steals a page from the Noel Gallagher playbook and deliberately shares the spotlight with his bandmates. Not for nothing does Weezer cover "The Weight" as a bonus track on one of the international editions of the Red Album — nowadays, everybody in Weezer gets a chance to sing lead, just like the Band did way back when. Bassist Scott Shriner is given Cuomo's mildly creepy original "Cold Dark World" to sing, but longtime fellow travelers, guitarist Brian Bell and drummer Pat Wilson, write and sing their own tunes ("Thought I Knew" and "Automatic," respectively), turning in sweet pop tunes that complement Cuomo's style even if they help give the Red Album a bit of a ragged edge, especially when compared to the brutal efficiency of Maladroit and the oversized, highly buffed Make Believe. Of course, the very point of the Red Album is for Weezer to not take things so seriously, to reconnect to their beginnings while taking the advantage of their rock star status to act seriously goofy. This freedom is entirely within the mind — musically, this is all easily identifiable as Weezer — but it invigorates such seemingly by the books rockers as "Troublemaker," where the loopy lyrics are as prominent and irresistible as the hooks. As the album opener, it sets the stage for a cheerfully restless record, one where all the parts don't fit and it's better because of it, as it has a wild, willing personality, suggesting that Weezer is comfortable as a band in a way they never quite have been before. Given that feeling, it makes perfect sense that the Red Album is another self-titled record, as it plays like an opening to a new chapter instead of merely more of the same.

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