Old question, no doubt.

 

Rivers studied Green Day, Nirvana, Oasis. Made some binders of stuff.

 

Is this available online?

 

Ta.

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The encyclopedia of pop. I'm 99.9% sure it is not online. 

i am 0.1% sure that it IS online!

it isn't online, but if it was, i think it would be something like this

That's pretty cool.

 

Is there anything like this for Weezer songs?

 

Ricardo Mendez said:

it isn't online, but if it was, i think it would be something like this

check this out... there are notes/reviews on most Weezer songs http://tvs.soymilkrevolution.com/

 

also, check out Weezerpedia.com they're very thorough as well...


they may not have every musical progression broken down, but still very informative on the songs...


ASG said:

That's pretty cool.

 

Is there anything like this for Weezer songs?

 

Ricardo Mendez said:

it isn't online, but if it was, i think it would be something like this

The only thing I've heard is the brief explanations in the Alone books. They include the Arbitrary-Progression-Distortion-open-Strum-Intro-Melody-Arrange & Intellectually acquired emotionally volatile concept.

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