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Featured article: Collectors Discography


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Collectors Discography is the name of a chronological catalog of physically released media by and related to Weezer. It was compiled by Karl Koch and originally introduced in 2001 on weezer.com, where it was originally titled "tunes" (or "tunes - the weezer discography") before being renamed to "Collectors Discography" in 2010. It was included in the info section of the website before the section's removal in 2014. The catalog was only ever finished up to the Maladroit era, with some pages (5-8 as well as Appendix C) being marked as "COMING SOON...". They were not finished before being removed from the site.

The Weezer Collectors Discography is an attempt to document all known promotional and commercially released vinyl, CDs, cassettes, DVDs, etc. that Weezer has put out (or appeared on) one way or another since the early days till present day. In addition, a new appendix is being added to cover non music merchandise - t-shirts, posters, accessories etc. Like all Weezer Info pages, the Collectors Discography is a continuing work in progress, so remember to check back if you dont see something you think should be here, and contact Karl if you think you have info that would help out.

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Featured song: "California Snow" Icon - YouTube.png


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"California Snow" is a song by Weezer. Originally released on September 19, 2018 as a single to accompany the film SPELL. The song appears over the film's credits and in its trailer. The song appeared again in 2019 as the final track of Weezer (The Black Album).

Rivers Cuomo first alluded to the song's existence with a tweet on March 11, 2017, in which he simply stated "California Snow verse was cool". On the 24th of that month he tweeted again: "Got a producer for California Snow". Sometime around September of 2018, a cryptic billboard appeared on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles featuring Cuomo as the character Rivers Haskell from what would eventually be revealed to be the film SPELL, which premiered later that month. The billboard (and accompanying fliers) list the character of Haskell as "qualified to prescribe CALIFORNIA SNOW".

The song received a music video in 2019. The song was debuted live (albeit only partially) during the first concert of the Hella Mega Tour on July 24, 2021, with one line of the first verse being changed to "Covid can suck my dick" in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cuomo would continue to use this lyric change throughout the tour.

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Featured list: List of Weezer b-sides and bonus tracks


The following is an excerpt of Weezerpedia's list of every Weezer b-side and bonus track.

Song Included on: Notes
"Mykel & Carli"
  • Undone (Australian Retail CD) (1995)
  • Undone (UK Retail CD/UK Retail Cassette/UK 7" Single (Blue Vinyl)) (1995)
"I Just Threw Out the Love of My Dreams"
"I Do"
  • Hash Pipe (US Retail CD single/US Retail 7" (Black Vinyl))
  • Hash Pipe (International retail CD single)
"Are 'Friends' Electric?"
"Prom Night"
"Living Without You"
"Meri Kuri"
  • Music: Kazuhiro Hara
    Arrangement: Kazuhiro Hara
    Lyrics: Kan Tinhua
    Originally performed by BoA
"Fake Smiles and Nervous Laughter"
"Feels Like Summer" (Acoustic)
"I've Thrown It All Away"

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