Anyone else collect the live bootlegs on the store page?  I have a sad number of them:

  • Live at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey
  • Live at the Rave-Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Live at the Joint Club in Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Live at Stubb's BBQ in Austin, Texas-- Night 1
  • Live at Stubb's BBQ in Austin, Texas-- Night 2

I know it's out of control, but they're great performances.  I've got a bit of everything-- an opener, a headlining full setlist, both Memories albums in one, and two individual night Memories sets too.

The saddest part is that I'm planning on getting the Live at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois (Memories Tour version) and the Live at the Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida for the collabs (Jermaine Dupri, Hayley Williams), etc. and the cool interlude and Pink Floyd cover.


I have all of them in physical format, except the first one, and I have to say they look nice together, even if the packaging is nothing fancy.  It's nice to have hard copy formats, the photographs are really cool.  Basically the art is a nice glossy front cover, spine and back cover with tracklisting and venue info wrapped and glued nicely around a cardboard slipcase.  But again, they look great with multiple sets.


So what do you think?  Are you a fan of the bootlegs?

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I own every bootleg from 1994-2006 that can be found.
Love bootlegs!

I have them too. I am hoping they add the LA Memories ones. I attended that set of shows. I have theones you are looking to get too.

Any favorites?


Connor, we're talking about the official high-quality ones available in the Weezer shop.

I like bootlegs a lot, especially when something special/different happens during the performance.  But for the most part, I find the boot legs are just crappier versions of the album versions.  And the you can't hear the audience in any of the recordings, so it just sounds like a studio session.
That's funny because I hear the audience in mine... It's just mostly mixed out so it doesn't affect the quality of the audio.

we don't have any of the same bootlegs, so that could be why.


I have the Chicago Memories shows, and the 12/6/2009 Chicago show.


I can barely hear the crowd, even when a song is over, and you'd expect cheering, there is just an awkward silence.

Wow, that's weird.  Maybe Weezer just didn't have it that night xD

I really want the Austin, TX ones (pinkerton and blue album) but there's no add to cart button with the pinkerton version (the digital version 9.99 $) so I'm waiting untill it's fixed but I asked it friday and it still isn't fixed



It shows up for me...  Maybe try from a different computer?  You are emailed the download links so whatever computer you purchase them on does not determine where they're downloaded.  Of course, the physical copies are nice to have too.

I first wanted the physical copies but I live in Europe so I think the shipping rates will be enormous.

And thank you for the tip. I'll try it on another computer soon 

No, It just doesn't work. I installed like new plugins because that could be the problem but nothing changes. I tried chrome, firefox and IE on 2 computers but  the add to cart button doesn't apear. Are you sure it shows up for you?
Jens Van Avondt said:

I first wanted the physical copies but I live in Europe so I think the shipping rates will be enormous.

And thank you for the tip. I'll try it on another computer soon 

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