It's pretty self explanatory. Rank Weezer's albums (from your favorite to your least favorite).
My list goes as follows:
Red (Deluxe)/Hurley [tied]
I struggled big-time (I'm talking hours of deliberation here, people--not even kidding, it's borderline pathetic really) with the placement of Red and Hurley. In the end, I decided, consistently speaking, that I think I like Hurley better. To me, it really is the most CONSISTENTLY good Weezer release since Blue/Pinkerton. But on to Red, or Red (Deluxe) rather. To be honest, the reason why I place so much value on Red and like it so much, I'd say, is 60% because of the 4 bonus tracks included on the deluxe edition. Without "Miss Sweeney", "Pig", "The Spider, and "King" included in said deluxe edition, I would've known FOR SURE that Hurley would be ahead of Red. Similarly, let's just say for a moment, that if those 4 tracks were included in Red, not as bonus tracks but as original releases, it would be the other way around, once again, I'd know FOR SURE that Red would be ahead of Hurley.
Oh Lord. Sorry for the rambling. And possible boredom. And definite confusion.
To make a longer than necessary story short, when it comes down to it, I honestly cannot, FOR THE LIFE OF ME, decide between the two albums and that is why, as you see, Red (Deluxe) and Hurley are tied on my list. It's those damn bonus tracks of Red (Deluxe), man, I'm telling you! I. Just can't. Get over. Them.
Pretty much in chronological order like Andy... I too keep Blue Album as well as Pinkerton of course in my car, and I recently got the Deluxe version which I've been cranking nonstop for the past couple of weeks :D I tend to switch mostly between Pinkerton, The Queen is Dead (The Smiths), and Oh Inverted World (The Shins). I still have yet to get one of those FM transmitter thingies for my Ipod hehe...