Pinkerton is one of my favorite albums but a 40 something year old man making a sequel to a record about being a sexually frustrated teenager who can't handle fame would be kind of strange
No way, you know if he came here he would cry you guys are so mean to him.
We sent this card to him on twitter and he favourited it.
>That album is phenomenal.
No it's not. Weezer sang accessible angst-anthems to angsty, edgy teenagers.
>Why would you even say that here?
Because I think it.
>Don't you know that album is like half the board's favorite record?
Well yeah, I know it got a Pitchfork 10.0
The absolute vulnerability and how relatable it is is what makes Pinkerton so special. I don't think I've ever heard another album that has every song be so open. The notion that something "angsty" or accessible is inherently bad, which is what you sound like you're insinuating, is just ignorant.
It's angsty and accessible in order to appeal to edgy teenagers. If you're an edgy teenager, then get right into it. Not everything accessible is inherently bad, but for the same reason that the best book is not a choose your own adventure book, the best album is not an accessible one.
thanks for that meaningful contribution, i think we all definitely expected that weezer was going to release another pinkerton
i heard the beatles are gonna get together and make the next sgt peppers, can you confirm?