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Cambridge Band

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Cambridge Band
Cambridge Band cover
Unofficial bootleg by Homie & Lovely
Released 1998
Recorded January 14, 1998
October 8, 1997 ("1,000 Years")
November 5, 1997
Label SM Boots

Cambridge Band is an unofficial bootleg CD-R released by SM Boots at some point in 1998.[1]


Cambridge Band contains audio of various Rivers Cuomo band shows recorded in 1997 and 1998, specifically Rivers Cuomo's final "try-out" performance at T.T. the Bear's Place in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Lovely's performance at The Paradise in Boston, Massachusetts, and Homie's performance at The Middle East in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

The artwork for this release erroneously credits it to Weezer, despite featuring no live material from Weezer. "1,000 Years" is also stated to be from October 7, 1997 instead of its proper October 8, 1997 date.[1]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Rosemary"    
2. "Getchoo"    
3. "The Prettiest Girl in the Whole Wide World"    
4. "No One Else"    
5. "Baby"    
6. "Say It Ain't So"    
7. "Undone-the Sweater Song" ("Undone - The Sweater Song")  
8. "Only In Dreams"    
9. "A Thousand Years" ("1,000 Years")  
10. "Autum Jane" ("Autumn in Jayne")  
11. "Hey M'Darlin" ("Hey M'Darlin'")  
12. "Sheila Can Do It"    
13. "Think About" ("I'll Think About You")  
14. "No One Else"    
15. "Wanda" ("Wanda (You're My Only Love)")  
16. "Sunshine O'" ("Sunshine O")  
17. "Stay Here" ("I'll Stay Right Here")  
18. "Hot Tub"    

Tracks 1-8 were recorded at T.T. the Bear's Place in Cambridge, Massachusetts on January 14, 1998.

Track 9 was recorded at The Paradise in Boston, Massachusetts on October 8, 1997.

Tracks 10-18 were recorded at The Middle East in Cambridge, Massachusetts. on November 5, 1997.


See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 https://web.archive.org/web/19981202051131/http://www.weezerfanclub.com/visual.htm World Wide Weezer page of pictures, that features the "Cambridge Band" bootleg front and back cover. Archived on 1 December 1998. Internet Archive.