Just curious how much of it is touched up relative to the original recording.  I dig the song, just doesn't (to me) sound at all like the period it came from.  For example, I listen to I'M A ROBOT and it feels like MB era.  Same as TRAMPOLINE feels 98. You can hear it in the instruments and vocals. I'm not getting the recording period vibe at all from I DONT WANT YOUR LOVING. Is the majority of it a new recording? Or is it just me?  Any light you can shed is appreciated.

Thanks, dude.

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I particularly enjoyed I Don't Want Your Loving compared to the old version. I too was wondering this.
I love the new recording. It makes me wonder how it didn't make an album. I think a lot of it was touched up because the version I have off of ATW is acoustic.
From what he said on teh facebookz, it was an older recording with some recent work on it (lyrics, harmonies, etc.)
Rivers was in the studio recording new part and re-recording old parts. In a sense, this is Album 9, just all the songs had been written and demo'ed long before.
Weezer needs to do this more often. Re-Work Demos and make them rocking! It's rad. And he has what, like, 400 song written? DTFM is a great f'n album.
It's around 800

Shredder said:
Weezer needs to do this more often. Re-Work Demos and make them rocking! It's rad. And he has what, like, 400 song written? DTFM is a great f'n album.
The song sound VERY make believe to me

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