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(If You'€™re Wondering If I Want You to) I Want You to (2 versions)
Across the Sea (8 versions)
All My Friends Are Insects (3 versions)
American Gigolo (5 versions)
Automatic (5 versions)
Back to the Shack
Beach Boys (2 versions)
Beverly Hills (3 versions)
Blowin'€™ My Stack
Brave New World (3 versions)
Buddy Holly (4 versions)
Burndt Jamb (7 versions)
Butterfly (16 versions)
California Kids (3 versions)
Can'€™t Stop Partying (6 versions)
Cleopatra
Cold Dark World (3 versions)
Crab
Da Vinci
Death and Destruction (2 versions)
December (2 versions)
Do You Wanna Get High? (2 versions)
Don'€™t Let Go
Dope Nose (6 versions)
Dreamin'€™ (2 versions)
El Scorcho (14 versions)
Endless Bummer (3 versions)
Eulogy for a Rock Band (2 versions)
Falling for You (4 versions)
Feels Like Summer (3 versions)
Freak Me Out (4 versions)
Get Right (2 versions)
Getchoo (4 versions)
Glorious Day (2 versions)
Go Away
Hang On (3 versions)
Happy Hour
Hash Pipe (7 versions)
Haunt You Every Day (3 versions)
Heart Songs (3 versions)
Hold Me (6 versions)
Holiday (3 versions)
I Don'€™t Want to Let You Go (8 versions)
I Don'€™t Want Your Loving (2 versions)
I Want to Be Something (3 versions)
I'€™m a Robot
I'€™m Your Daddy
In the Garage (6 versions)
In the Mall (4 versions)
Island in the Sun (7 versions)
Jacked Up
Keep Fishin'€™ (7 versions)
King of the World (2 versions)
Knock-Down Drag-Out (8 versions)
L.A. Girlz (4 versions)
La Mancha Screwjob (3 versions)
Let It All Hang Out (6 versions)
Living Without You (3 versions)
Love Explosion (2 versions)
Love Is the Answer (4 versions)
Memories (8 versions)
My Best Friend (7 versions)
My Name Is Jonas (11 versions)
No One Else (11 versions)
No Other One
O Girlfriend (8 versions)
Only in Dreams (3 versions)
Peace (3 versions)
Perfect Situation (5 versions)
Photograph (8 versions)
Pink Triangle (12 versions)
Pork and Beans
Possibilities (2 versions)
Put Me Back Together (6 versions)
QB Blitz
Ruling Me (10 versions)
Run Away (6 versions)
Say It Ain'€™t So (8 versions)
Simple Pages (6 versions)
Slave (3 versions)
Slob (4 versions)
Smart Girls (6 versions)
Smile (5 versions)
Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori (2 versions)
Surf Wax America (10 versions)
Sweet Mary (2 versions)
Take Control (2 versions)
Thank God for Girls (2 versions)
The Angel and the One (3 versions)
The British Are Coming
The Damage in Your Heart
The Girl Got Hot (6 versions)
The Good Life (9 versions)
The Other Way (3 versions)
The Weight (2 versions)
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here (4 versions)
This Is Such a Pity (7 versions)
Thought I Knew (3 versions)
Time Flies (3 versions)
Tired of Sex (6 versions)
Trainwrecks (6 versions)
Trampoline (3 versions)
Trippin'€™ Down the Freeway (5 versions)
Troublemaker (3 versions)
Turning Up the Radio (3 versions)
Unbreak My Heart (3 versions)
Unspoken (8 versions)
Viva La Vida (3 versions)
We Are All on Drugs (7 versions)
Weekend Woman (2 versions)
Where'€™s My Sex? (2 versions)
Why Bother? (8 versions)
Wind in Our Sail (2 versions)


Weezer is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 1992, consisting of Rivers Cuomo (lead vocals, guitar), Patrick Wilson (drums), Brian Bell (guitar, backing vocals, keyboards), and Scott Shriner (bass guitar, backing vocals).

After signing to Geffen Records in 1993, Weezer released their debut self-titled album, also known as the Blue Album, in 1994. Backed by successful music videos for the singles "Buddy Holly", "Undone – The Sweater Song" and "Say It Ain’t So", the Blue Album became a triple-platinum success. Their second album, Pinkerton (1996), featuring a darker, more abrasive sound, was a commercial failure and initially received mixed reviews, but went on to achieve cult status and critical acclaim years later. Both the Blue Album and Pinkerton are now frequently cited among the best albums of the 1990s. Following the tour for Pinkerton, bassist Matt Sharp left the band and Weezer went on hiatus.

In 2001, Weezer returned with another self-titled album, also known as the Green Album, with new bassist Mikey Welsh. With a more pop sound, and promoted by singles "Hash Pipe" and "Island in the Sun", the album was a commercial success and received mostly positive reviews. After the Green Album tour, Welsh left the band and was replaced by current bassist Scott Shriner. Weezer’s fourth album, Maladroit (2002), achieved mostly positive reviews but weaker sales. Make Believe (2005) received mixed reviews, but its single "Beverly Hills" became Weezer’s first single to top the US Modern Rock Tracks chart and the first to reach the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100.

In 2008, Weezer released a third self-titled album, also known as the Red Album, featuring "TR-808s, synths, Southern rap, and baroque counterpoint," to mixed reviews. Its lead single, "Pork and Beans", became the band’s third song to top the Modern Rock Tracks chart, backed by a successful YouTube music video. Raditude (2009) and Hurley (2010) featured more "modern pop production" and songs co-written with other artists, achieved further mixed reviews and moderate sales. The band’s ninth and tenth albums, Everything Will Be Alright in the End (2014) and the band’s fourth self-titled album, also known as the White Album (2016), returned to a rock style and achieved more positive reviews. Their eleventh album, Pacific Daydream, which was released on October 27, 2017, signified a drastic departure from their long-time alternative rock style in favor of a mainstream pop sound. Weezer has sold 9.2 million albums in the US and over 17 million worldwide.