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Weezer - Hurley - Indie Alt Rock - LP + CD
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Weezer - Hurley


Label: Epitaph – 87126-1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
CD, Album
Black Vinyl.
Includes the CD of the album as well.
Country: US
Released: 14 Sep 2010
Genre: Pop, Rock
Style: Alternative Rock, Power Pop, Pop Rock



Tracklist


Vinyl (34:16)

A1 Memories 3:16
A2 Ruling Me 3:30
A3 Trainwrecks 3:21
A4 Unspoken 3:01
A5 Where's My Sex 3:28



B1 Run Away 2:55
B2 Hang On 3:33
B3 Smart Girls 3:11
B4 Brave New World 3:57
B5 Time Flies 3:42


CD (34:16)


1 Memories 3:16
2 Ruling Me 3:30
3 Trainwrecks 3:21
4 Unspoken 3:01
5 Where's My Sex 3:28
6 Run Away 2:55
7 Hang On 3:33
8 Smart Girls 3:11
9 Brave New World 3:57
10 Time Flies 3:42



When weighing anything Weezer has recorded in the last decade against such classics as their eponymous blue album or Pinkerton, you're more than likely going to be very disappointed. Rivers stopped writing serious lyrics long ago, and since then has seemingly been on a quest to sell out as much as possible (Weezer Snuggie, album title controversy, etc.) while simultaneously pumping out some of the most generic pop/rock songs ever made. Their last two albums in particular were forgettable endeavors that often sounded like theme music for a Nickelodeon show. In recent times, they are commonly considered wash-ups with cringe-worthy lyrics. Say it ain't so.

Going into the album, I expected the worst because Rivers has a propensity to let his longtime fans down these days. All that aside, I'm rating this album based on its own merits. The first thing you notice is the cover. Their album covers were never very serious, but this is certainly their most ridiculous cover yet.


Ruling Me - Reminds me of the green album. It has nice back-up vocals reminiscent of Red Hot Chili Peppers. It's probably one of the catchiest, most Weezery songs on the album. (9/10)


Run Away - Rivers makes up for the disaster on the previous track. I really enjoy the chord progression used in this song. The back-up vocals are nice, and the lyrics are simple but poignant. I consider this the key track of Hurley. (10/10)



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