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I'm Hank. I'm really into music. I mostly like Weezer and Weird Al. I have all of their accessible demos. Weird Al used to be my favorite artist, but now I'd say my favorite band is probably Weezer. I've been a fan of Weezer since 2001.

I have my own band too. It's pretty dedicated to Weezer. It's called Fans of Weeze.

My favorite Weezer song is Say it Ain't So, My favorite Weezer album is Pinkerton.

I've been getting on Weezerpedia and reading since early 2016 and just recently decided to make my account, cause there's a lot I know about Weezer that Weezerpedia doesn't contain and I'd like to contribute to my favorite band in some kind of way.

Hank Dynamo

Hank Dynamo
Background information
Origin United States
Years active 2018-2019
Genre(s) Rock, Experimental Rock, Grunge, Garage Rock, Punk
Current Members
Hank Dynamo or Hank Moore


Hank Dynamo is a solo singer, songwriter, bass player, guitarist, synth player and keyboardist. Hank Moore started recording his vocal demos and writing songs in 2016.

Related Artists

October 8th 1989 Ace McKlein was born. August 7th 1975 Louie McKlein was born. The three are cousins and longterm friends. January 3rd 1976 Lewis Martin (Louie McKluskey) was born.

Bands & Collaborations

In October 2016, Hank Moore started recording as the band Stupid Rock and as the recording went on other members joined: D.J.M., Jayne Not Jayhu., J.B., Durf, and Wheeze. The band recorded EP after EP of "Stupid Rock" (A genre/term they'd made up to describe their recording of sounds and crazy instrumentals) from 2016 to 2018. 2018 the band got together to put together an album of their last recordings and the their best recordings. The album was created as a final release for Stupid Rock (as J.B. and Wheeze had left, Durf was showing up to record less and less and [Hank Moore]] started on other band projects) and the album was completed December 31st 2018.

August 2018, Hank Moore created the YouTube channel (The Dynamos) for uploading his and his band's songs, music reviews, and musical theories.


Some of Hank Dynamo's bigger influences would include Weezer, the Rentals, Pixies, Nirvana, the Ramones, Frank Zappa, Primus, Elvis Costello, Devo, The Cars, Cheap Trick, Rush, Yes, Gary Numan, Talking Heads, The Kinks, "Weird Al" Yankovic, Electric Light Orchestra, and The Beatles.

Discography (Excluding Stupid Rock)


Date Title Label
01 21 2019 Clevermore Independent Release
Expected Forevermore Independent Release
Expected Severmore Independent Release

Dynamo's Theory

On Oct 5, 2018 Hank and Eighsse had a discussion (on a YouTube video) about a Weezer Discography Theory.

The Weezer studio album discography contains of:

From 1994 to 1996 Weezer released songs and albums using their "classic Weezer sound." which is a span of three years, Then from 2000 to 2002 (another span of three years) Weezer Released songs and albums that appealed to most of their already standing fan base, Then (over a decade later) from 2014 to 2016 (another span of three years) Weezer released songs and albums that appealed to much of Weezer's (1992-2002) fan base.

And if that isnt enough the producing on those albums is a pattern as well!

Their debut album Weezer (The Blue Album) was produced by Ric Ocasek.

Then after that would be Pinkerton which was a much heavier album and a much less produced album as well.

Then their third album Weezer (The Green Album) was produced by Ric Ocasek

their next album being Maladroit a much heavier album that was much less produced.

Then next would be Everything Will Be Alright in the End which was produced by Ric Ocasek

and after that Weezer (The White Album).

The Weezer Sound Theory

The Weezer Sound Theory indicates that there is no one sound that should be defined as "the Weezer sound." Many hardcore old school fans say that the songs Weezer performed from 1992 to 1996 or to 2002 define the sound of Weezer and will call it "the Weezer sound" or some old school radio Weezer fans will say that the four original Weezer albums are the only ones containing "the Weezer sound." Although back from 1992 to 2002 Weezer was more of a garage rock based band it still didn't keep one solid sound. Even Weezer (The Blue Album) alone contains multiple styles of Weezer sounds! And Weezer even had another sound (a heavier sound) prior to the Weezer (The Blue Album) sounds and that is why The Weezer Sound Theory dismisses the term "the Weezer sound."

Weezer Anthology & Other Weezer Compilations

List of Weezer Compilations

Weezer (Pink Album) (92-94)

Weezer (Pink Album) (95-97)

Weezer (Purple Album) (2001)

Weezer (Gray Album) (2002)

Weezer (Brown Album) (2002)

Weezer (Original Red Album) (2002)

Mo' Beats (2002)

10 Track Christmas Album

Weezer (Original Teal Album) (2012)

The Best of Weezer (2003-2013)

"Weezer" (Orange Album)

Weezer (The Summer EP) (2016)


Atlantic Nightmare

Weezer (Anthology 01)

Weezer (Anthology 02)

Weezer (Anthology 03)

Not Exactly Weezer (the Orange Album)

Track list
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Brief History (Single Version)"  Brian Bell 2:10
2. "Waiting (Non-Medley Edit)"  Matt Sharp 3:14
3. "Friends of P."  Matt Sharp 3:34
4. "My Summer Girl"  Matt Sharp 3:15
5. "Brilliant Boy"  Matt Sharp 4:17
6. "Fun Time (Edit)"  Rivers Cuomo 3:16
7. "The Story is Wrong"  Patrick Wilson 4:25
8. "Reason to Worry"  Patrick Wilson 3:44
9. "Rings of Saturn"  Brian Bell 3:22
10. "Yellow Camaro"  Brian Bell 2:18
11. "King"  Rivers Cuomo 5:12
12. "Thought I Knew"  Brian Bell 3:45
13. "Break Free"  Rivers Cuomo/Scott Murphy/David Hall Hodges/ Steve McMorran 3:32
14. "Homely Girl"  Rivers Cuomo/Shusui 3:29

Weezer (Anthology 01)

Disc 01 Track Listing
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Let's Sew Our Pants Together"  Rivers Cuomo 4:29
2. "Thief, You've Taken (All That Was Me)"  Cuomo 3:26
3. "If I Fell"  Lennon/McCartney 2:18
4. "Just What I Needed"  Ric Ocasek 2:23
5. "I Swear it's True"  Cuomo 2:57
6. "Jamie"  Cuomo 4:19
7. "Jamie (Live Acoustic)"  Cuomo 4:03
8. "Lullaby for Wayne"  Cuomo 3:36
9. "My Evaline"  Cuomo 0:44
10. "Mykel and Carli"  Cuomo 2:53
11. "No One Else (Live Acoustic)"  Cuomo 3:26
12. "Paperback Writer"  Lennon/McCartney 3:26
13. "Paperface"  Cuomo 3:02
14. "Susanne"  Cuomo 2:47
15. "Across the Sea Piano Noodles"  Cuomo 0:38
16. "Devotion"  Cuomo 3:12
17. "El Scorcho (Live Acoustic)"  Cuomo 4:07
18. "Getchoo (Tracking Rough)(Version)"  Cuomo 2:59
19. "Getting Up and Leaving"  Cuomo 3:30
20. "I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams"  Cuomo 2:40
Total length:
Disc 02 Track Listing
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Long Time Sunshine"  Rivers Cuomo 4:19
2. "Pink Triangle (Live Acoustic)"  Cuomo 4:12
3. "The Good Life (Live Acoustic)"  Cuomo 4:13
4. "Tragic Girl"  Cuomo 5:25
5. "Waiting On You"  Cuomo 4:15
6. "You Gave Your Love to Me Softly"  Cuomo 1:58
7. "You Won't Get with Me Tonight"  Cuomo 3:30
8. "The Trooper"  Steve Harris 1:00
9. "Trampoline"  Cuomo 2:45
10. "Theme from the Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)"  Waylon Jennings 1:10
11. "Mr. Moustache"  Kurt Cobain 3:30
12. "Aneurysm"  Cobain 4:46
13. "Breed"  Cobain 2:51
14. "Dive"  Cobain 2:18
15. "Swap Meet"  Cobain 3:05
16. "Blew"  Cobain 3:17
17. "Velouria"  Black Francis 3:55
18. "Everyone"  Cuomo 2:50
19. "Been in the Storm"  Jeffrey L. Ames 1:02
20. "Brightening Day"  Cuomo 2:10
Total length:
Disc 03 Track Listing
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Burning Sun"  Rivers Cuomo 2:30
2. "Cryin' and Lonely"  Cuomo 2:06
3. "Everybody Go Away"  Cuomo 2:11
4. "Ev'ry Night"  Cuomo 3:16
5. "I Hear Bells"  Cuomo 2:45
6. "Mad Kow"  Cuomo 4:11
7. "Modern Dukes"  Cuomo 2:17
8. "My Brain"  Cuomo 3:30
9. "New Joint"  Cuomo 2:25
10. "O Girl"  Cuomo 2:47
11. "On the Edge"  Cuomo 3:39
12. "Peace and Quiet"  Cuomo 3:27
13. "Preacher's Son"  Cuomo 2:46
14. "Starlight"  Cuomo 3:21
15. "Sugar Booger"  Cuomo 4:05
16. "Superstar"  Cuomo 3:07
17. "Teenage Victory Song"  Cuomo 3:05
18. "The Sister Song"  Cuomo 2:56
19. "Too Late to Try"  Cuomo 2:43
20. "Better Off Alone"  Alice Deejay 1:05
Total length: