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Featured article: The 4 and 5 Star Demos of Rivers Cuomo


The 4 and 5 Star Demos of Rivers Cuomo is a spreadsheet created and maintained by Rivers Cuomo that lists the names of demos he deems of high quality. On July 24, 2008, it was posted on riverscuomo.com, with certain songs designated as songs that either appeared on Alone, Buddyhead's Gimme Skelter compilation, or the then unreleased Alone II. It released the previously unknown track list of Alone II. An updated version of the spreadsheet was again posted on riverscuomo.com temporarily on October 30, 2010 featuring tracks attributed to Alone III. Many of the tracks listed still remain unreleased such as The Bottle of Wine Song, although it was heard during Karl's DJ set on The Weezer Cruise.

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"Getting Up and Leaving" is a once unreleased Weezer song written in 1993 by Rivers Cuomo and Patrick Wilson. It appeared on Pinkerton (Deluxe Edition) in 2010.

Weezer first recorded the song as a live demo during a Blue Album pre-production session with Ric Ocasek at S.I.R. Studios in New York on November 8, 1993. Later, in the summer of 1996, a studio version was recorded but never finished during the Pinkerton sessions at Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, Los Angeles. Along with "I Swear It's True", the song was designated for release on a retail "Pink Triangle" CD single in 1997 which, unfortunately, was never released.

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Rivers stands solemnly outside Henson Recording Studios while working on Maladroit.

On this particular day lots of work was done on both "Slob" and "Living Without You". In "Slob" Scott and Brian finished and fixed their backup vocals, and Pat laid down some sweet alternate drum bits to help round things out. Karl commented, "I'm not sure what was going on with "Living Without You", but I do know that both songs got finished and are on their way to Miami to be mixed now."

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January 28, 2002
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New single "I Love the USA" out now.

In celebration of NASA's Juno spacecraft's forthcoming arrival at Jupiter, Weezer has released a new single entitled "I Love the USA." Juno won't get to Jupiter until next week, but "I Love the USA" is up on iTunes and streaming on Apple Music right now! Check it out HERE. And while you're listening, read all about Mission Juno.

Tickets for some of the dates on Weezer's Summer Tour with Panic! At The Disco are still available HERE. Lots of dates have already sold out, so be sure to grab yours before they're all gone.

--Waylon 00:22, 30 June 2016 (EDT)

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The Relationship concert
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Austin, TX


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