Weezer's first demo
|Weezer's first demo|
|Demo by Weezer|
Weezer's first demo was recorded in May of 1992. It was recorded in the garage of 2226 Amherst Ave. on an 8-track belonging to Rivers Cuomo.
According to Karl Koch in Weezine Issue #3:
The songs were recorded in layers onto Cuomo's 8-track and while Undone - The Sweater Song was attempted for the tape, it was left unfinished with only drum and bass tracks being recorded.
Around 10 copies of the demo were made on whatever blank cassettes the band had, however only one reached the owner of the English Acid which was able to help secure a show at the club. The demo was considered problematic from the get-go and plans were set to record a better demo or even an independent album as soon as possible.
|1.||"Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me"||Rivers Cuomo, Patrick Wilson|
|2.||"Let's Sew Our Pants Together"||Cuomo, Wilson|
|3.||"The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"||Cuomo, Wilson|