Who will join Blowin' My Stack/Unspoken/ and Trippin' Down the Freeway to move on to the Ultimate Weezer Survivor Game with all 9 winners?  Here are the rules:  Vote off your least favorite of the songs remaining. Vote for 2 songs until we get down to 5. Since there are 14 songs, I will eliminate 2 songs with the most votes in the first 3 rounds

 

1. Troublemaker  (Eliminated Round 4)

2. The Greatest Man That Ever Lived (WINNER!!! )

3. Pork And Beans (Eliminated Round 6)

4. Heart Songs (Eliminated Round 2)

5. Everybody Get Dangerous (Eliminated Round 2)

6. Dreamin' (Eliminated Round 5)

7. Thought I Knew (Eliminated Round 3)

8. Cold Dark World (Eliminated Round 1) 

9. Automatic (Eliminated Round 1)

10. The Angel and the One (2ND PLACE)

11. Miss Sweeney (Eliminated Round 7)

12. Pig (3RD PLACE )

13. The Spider (Eliminated Round 2)

14. King (Eliminated Round 3)

 


 

 

Views: 301

Replies are closed for this discussion.

Replies to This Discussion

Greatest Man should have #1 in the bag.
Parts of it are fantastic (the harmonies/back-up vocals, Rivers' vocal performance etc.) but overall, it's a bit gunky since those good attributes are placed against half-baked ideas and then they're all tied together by pretty painful lyrical content. I love the idea of Rivers not sticking to traditional song-structure and following a song's vibe, The Angel and the One is an awesome example of Rivers doing that and succeeding with flying colours, The Greatest Man That Ever Lived on the other hand switches genres for novelty alone and it only has so much milage. To quote a review of Red I read the other day: "Ultimately, the song is a total mess, failing to realize that just because you can switch genres like you’re trying on funny hats doesn’t mean you should."
Miss Sweeney
 Pork and Beans.
Pork and Beans
Where do you get reviews from, Pitchfork?

James Stockwell (Jamekae) said:
Parts of it are fantastic (the harmonies/back-up vocals, Rivers' vocal performance etc.) but overall, it's a bit gunky since those good attributes are placed against half-baked ideas and then they're all tied together by pretty painful lyrical content. I love the idea of Rivers not sticking to traditional song-structure and following a song's vibe, The Angel and the One is an awesome example of Rivers doing that and succeeding with flying colours, The Greatest Man That Ever Lived on the other hand switches genres for novelty alone and it only has so much milage. To quote a review of Red I read the other day: "Ultimately, the song is a total mess, failing to realize that just because you can switch genres like you’re trying on funny hats doesn’t mean you should."
I disagree. The Greatest Man That Ever Lived is fantastic.

Gregor =w= Langbehn said:
Where do you get reviews from, Pitchfork?

James Stockwell (Jamekae) said:
Parts of it are fantastic (the harmonies/back-up vocals, Rivers' vocal performance etc.) but overall, it's a bit gunky since those good attributes are placed against half-baked ideas and then they're all tied together by pretty painful lyrical content. I love the idea of Rivers not sticking to traditional song-structure and following a song's vibe, The Angel and the One is an awesome example of Rivers doing that and succeeding with flying colours, The Greatest Man That Ever Lived on the other hand switches genres for novelty alone and it only has so much milage. To quote a review of Red I read the other day: "Ultimately, the song is a total mess, failing to realize that just because you can switch genres like you’re trying on funny hats doesn’t mean you should."
It will get my vote for #1
This is really difficult... but Greatest Man That Ever Lived.
Pork and Beans
miss sweeney to be eliminated
Pork and Beans

RSS

Weezer Bootlegs

SOCIAL

  • Weezer Links

Weezer Mailing List

Music

Loading…

© 2014   Created by Weezer.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

Offline

Live Video