Deliverance at Hand!

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Deliverance at Hand!
Deliverance at Hand! cover
Demo by Weezer
Released Unreleased, partially leaked online
Recorded 2007
Genre Alternative Rock
Label None
Weezer chronology
Make Believe
(2005)
Deliverance at Hand!
(2007)
Weezer (The Red Album)
(2008)

Deliverance At Hand! is an 18-track CD-R compilation of demos recorded in 2007 by Rivers Cuomo. It was presented to the rest of Weezer as potential songs for what would ultimately become The Red Album.

"Pig" demo leak

"Pig," the first demo leaked that was known to be from this compilation, began circulating online in April of 2007. The demo generated considerable excitement among fans and music critics, and alongside the hoax surrounding Weezer's sixth album, contributed to a growing buzz online. The demo was well-loved, generating a separate buzz over Deliverance at Hand! itself, apart from the upcoming album studio album.


Song release history

Several of its songs were eventually recorded by Weezer and released on studio albums. "Pig," "King," and "Miss Sweeney" were released on the Red Album (Deluxe Edition) with "Heart Songs," "Everybody Get Dangerous," and "The Angel and the One" on the standard track list for the album. "I Don't Want To Let You Go" was released on Raditude along with "Run Over By a Truck," which was released on the album's deluxe edition. "Autopilot" and "The Odd Couple" would later make an appearance on the rarities compilation Death to False Metal. The Deliverance at Hand! version of "King" features Cuomo singing lead vocals, while the officially released version is sung by Scott Shriner.

Song Title Officially released? Appears On Demo Status
"Autopilot" yes Right
Death to False Metal (2010)
Demo unreleased
"Heart Songs" yes Weezer The Red Album.jpg
Weezer (The Red Album) (2008)
Demo unreleased
"Here Comes the Girl" no n/a Demo unreleased
"I Don't Want to Let You Go" yes Weezer-raditude-cover.jpg
Raditude (2009)
Alone-II.jpg
Released on Alone II: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo (2008)
"King" yes Weezer The Red Album.jpg
Weezer (The Red Album) (2008)
Demo leaked online
"Everybody Get Dangerous" yes Weezer The Red Album.jpg
Weezer (The Red Album) (2008)
Demo unreleased
"Leader of the Pack" no n/a Demo unreleased
"Miss Sweeney" yes Weezer The Red Album.jpg
Weezer (The Red Album) (2008)
Demo unreleased
"My Bark is Worse Than My Bite" no n/a Demo unreleased
"My Day is Coming" yes (demo) Alone-II.jpg
Alone II: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo (2008)
Alone-II.jpg
Released on Alone II: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo (2008)
"Piece of the Pie" no; partial demo circulating n/a Demo leaked online
"Pig" yes Weezer The Red Album.jpg
Weezer (The Red Album) (2008)
Demo leaked online
"Respect" no n/a Demo unreleased
"Run Over by a Truck" yes Weezer-raditude-cover.jpg
Raditude (2009)
Demo unreleased
"Why Can't You Shut Your Mouth?" no n/a Demo unreleased
"The Odd Couple" yes Right
Death to False Metal (2010)
Demo unreleased
"These Things That You Do" no n/a Demo unreleased
"The Angel and the One" yes Weezer The Red Album.jpg
Weezer (The Red Album) (2008)
Demo unreleased

Track list

An asterisk next to a song length denotes the length of the officially released version of the song, as the song's demo has not been released.

All songs written and composed by Rivers Cuomo. 
Original album track listing
No. Title Length
1. "Autopilot"   2:57*
2. "Heart Songs"   4:06*
3. "Here Comes The Girl"   Unknown
4. "I Don't Wanna Let You Go"   3:46
5. "King"   5:11*
6. "Everybody Get Dangerous"   4:03*
7. "Leader Of The Pack"   Unknown
8. "Miss Sweeney"   4:02*
9. "My Bark is Worse Than My Bite"   Unknown
10. "My Day is Coming"   4:23
11. "Piece of the Pie"   2:29
12. "Pig"   3:37
13. "Respect"   Unknown
14. "Run Over By a Truck"   3:34*
15. "Why Can't You Shut Your Mouth?"   Unknown
16. "The Odd Couple"   3:08*
17. "These Things That You Do"   Unknown
18. "The Angel and the One"   6:46*
Total length:
34:32

Booklet

A lyric booklet, presumably made by Cuomo to accompany the compilation, has also leaked online. A modified version of the cover image from the booklet would later be used as the official cover for Death to False Metal.

See also