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Sign up Sign in. All rights reserved. Filter Stream Select the types of content you would like to see. Atlanta, GA. Top 8. Info Connections Comments Shares. Search Myspace Start typing Please try again. Photo from. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. John discusses "Queen of Earth," a scrapped Album 5 demo that was a departure for the band in terms of its lyrics and sound. John examines why he didn't like it back in , why it's grown on him, and how the band's experiment with a fifth member impacted the initial demo fans heard.
Arlo at Sub Pop Records. Want a free Post-Pinkerton sticker? Send your mailing address to postpinkertonpod gmail. John asks Alec about his work illustrating the single's packaging, his history working with the band, and his book about his history as a fan. Alec Longstreth's web site. Alec' illustration work for Weezer. Weezer Fan Club. The Perry Bible Fellowship. John talks about why he likes it, but also why it reveals some of the tension amidst the band at this time.
In addition, you'll learn everything you ever need to know about Hurleygate. Follow Post-Pinkerton on Twitter or Facebook. They discuss why the band covered the song in the first place, as well as touching on the wide world of Weezer podcasting. We Are Weezer podcast. John talks about why he likes so many individual parts of this song -- and why they don't quite add up -- on today's show.
John and Dylan talk about how the song might be the best track on the album, why the live versions improved upon the song, and then transition to talk about Dylan's work curating the Weezer B-Sides YouTube channel and editing the Weezerpedia web site.
Dylan's Gallagher's art web site. Dylan's Weezerpedia account. Homie at Weezerpedia. Almost exactly 17 years after first recording "Burning Sun," Weezer released "Weekend Woman," a song born from the bones of that Green Album era demo. John discusses what's changed, why he prefers "Weekend Woman" to "Burning Sun," and why you won't find the word "girl" on this track or any other from Pacific Daydream.
Post-Pinkerton episode on "Burning Sun". Post-Pinkerton episode on "Lonely Girl". John examines this Green Album cast-off, how it leaked twice in the strangest of manners, and why its bones eventually helped build a album track. John and Steve's conversation about the song takes them to some surprising places, like the Blue Album classic "Say It Ain't So" and Matt Sharp's proclivity for barking during some live performances.
We're All Yankovics podcast. Weezer acoustic concert at Shorecrest High School. Post-Pinkerton episode for "My Best Friend". Want a Post-Pinkerton sticker? And no, you're not listening to the wrong podcast -- Weezer recorded a cover of the song in John talks about it, why he thinks it improves on the original, and how the band has changed their approach to cover songs in the Teal Album era.
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