Death to False Metal - Weezer

Death to False Metal

Weezer

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2010-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ā„— 2010 DGC Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Turning Up the Radio Weezer 3:37 USD 1.29
2
I Don't Want Your Loving Weezer 3:03 USD 1.29
3
Blowin' My Stack Weezer 3:44 USD 1.29
4
Losing My Mind Weezer 4:02 USD 1.29
5
Everyone Weezer 2:49 USD 1.29
6
I'm a Robot Weezer 2:30 USD 1.29
7
Trampoline Weezer 2:45 USD 1.29
8
Odd Couple Weezer 3:07 USD 1.29
9
Autopilot Weezer 2:57 USD 1.29
10
Unbreak My Heart Weezer 4:11 USD 1.29
11
Mykel and Carli Weezer 3:13 USD Album Only

Reviews

  • Awesome album

    5
    By Ny Nyy
    I know that weezer isn't what it used to be but Rivers is such a talented artist he puts lots of time and effort into all of his songs and these songs are actually good
  • R u serious

    5
    By BR1NGY0UR0WNB0MBZ
    If some of this was from the blues recording session sign me up
  • Get this album

    5
    By Temple escape LOVER
    Best songs are ALLL OF THEM BUY IT
  • Weezer

    4
    By Weezah111
    This is a solid album! Although it has a make believe sound it has a little sparkle of the blue album which is always good. Solid album give it a try!
  • Yes

    5
    By Dino,""
    Blue album weighed libra on a super scale of gungnir, I want to shoot a dinosaur it's so good, I did wear a hat, autopilot and even did stuff when I got my DUI, next time to this, not Kesha, she stunk.
  • Fresh from the bottom of the barrel...

    4
    By Napoleon Drake
    Rivers is an artist... We don't always agree with them--or even understand their art--but it goes without saying that Death to Fake Metal paints a picture. "Turning Up The Radio" is a perfect opening track that lets you know exactly what you're in store for: a Maladroit-esque progression that refuses to go out with a whimper or conform to formulaic sentiment.
  • Weezer

    4
    By drumhero1
    I know these tracks are not new, and thats perfectly okay with me. In my opinion, everything after the Red Album was just was not Weezer. It was as if a completely different band had stepped in and taken the name. So for me this album is a sweet release. Because in these songs I can once again get lost in the sound that made Weezer my favorite group. A sound that seems to be lost in the band's new stuff. Every time I listen to "Mykel and Carli" I feel like I am once again back in the days of Pinkerton. So for all you newcomers or you lifelong fans who have not given up and even the naysayers who have lost faith, this album is a must have.
  • HEY

    5
    By Poznoski
    SOME OF THESE SONGS ARE FROM THE BLUE ALBUM'S RECORDING SESSIONS!!! WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU WAITING FOR?!?! BUY THE DARN THING!
  • Great

    5
    By Guitarrockz
    Weezer should really look back at their first albums like Pinkerton and just go back to those days.. this album reminds me of that becuase of the old material on this. Its great that they released this.. Thank Weezer!!
  • Not New, But Worth Getting

    4
    By jsabaloni
    As a longtime Weezer fan, it's cool to hear some things I've never heard before. Most of these songs are better than most songs from the last two albums, but I can see why they didn't make the cut on the earlier albums. They won't blow your mind, but they're decent. I'm a Robot is great and Mykel and Carli is an interesting choice here. It's the only one I've heard befire, a classic b-side from 1994, but it sounds like it was either re-recorded or jazzed up with some effects because it sounds different (but good).