Yeah, what she said
Radioactive said:These two are on the same level as the Blue album and Pinkerton for sure... Ummm... Hard choice.
I think the Red album by a VERY slim margin... Just because of the instrument and vocals switch-up and "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived" is one of Weezer's best songs of all time. "Unspoken" is too though.
Hurley feels too mish-mashed, while the Red album feels like it has an infinite amount of diversity and yet is still connected. I guess that's the only reason why. If you asked me what Weezer's best album was, I'd reccomend the Red album, but if you wanted the best representation of Weezer's entire discography expressed in a single album, I'd go Hurley.