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Weezer concert: 05/21/1992

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Weezer concert: 05/21/1992
Weezer concert: 05/21/1992 cover
Venue 8121 Club
Location Los Angeles, CA
Date May 21, 1992
Debuts "Only in Dreams"
"My Name Is Jonas"
Bootleg Recorded by Karl Koch, not circulating[1]
Weezer live show chronology
05/07/1992 - Los Angeles, CA 05/21/1992 - Los Angeles, CA 06/10/1992 - Los Angeles, CA

Weezer performed an acoustic show at the 8121 Club in Los Angeles, California on May 21, 1992.


No. Title
1. "Only in Dreams" (live debut)  
2. "Spiderbitch"    
3. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
4. "Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me"    
5. "Let's Sew Our Pants Together"    
6. "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"    
7. "My Name Is Jonas" (live debut)  
8. "The Biggest Animal"    

Historic event

See Historic event: 05/21/1992

Before the show, there were several spontaneous recordings made by the band. First Rivers recorded himself playing and singing My name is Jonas, to test out the recorder. Then, during the car ride to the show, Karl pressed 'record' as a random jam sing-along broke out. The guys plus Patrick Finn all sang various Smiths songs, trying to out-Smith each other. The 'medley' even included Morrissey's solo b-side track "Hairdresser On Fire"!

... ([During "The Biggest Animal,"] Rivers was heard commenting "this is a Fuzz song...by one of our favorite bands". This refers to the songs original incarnation as a song by the Rivers/Pat band Fuzz, which was active in early 1991. Several Fuzz songs lived on as weezer tracks for awhile but were later dropped.)

This show was 'bootlegged' by Karl, who used a cheap handheld voice recorder to capture the show. the tape used was the same as had captured the pre-show stuff, and all survives today.
- Karl Koch

See also