Apr 25, 2018
Ep. 14. What is Homie? Why do fans spell it HOMiE? And why are we talking about it on a Weezer podcast? John answers all of these questions (and more!) while discussing "Sheila Can Do (It)," one of the first songs written for Rivers Cuomo's Post-Pinkerton endeavors.
1. "Sheila Can Do (It)" (Live) on YouTube
Apr 18, 2018
Ep. 13. By the numbers, The Green Album is the best-selling album of the Post-Pinkerton era. But it left a lot of fans cold. John discusses the way that "Simple Pages" is indicative of some of the larger issues on the album.
1. "Simple Pages" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube
1. "Simple Pages" at
Apr 11, 2018
Ep. 12. John is once again joined by his longtime friend Nick Klinger to talk about "We Are All On Drugs," a single off of the 2005 album Make Believe. Why did Nick want to discuss it? Because many consider it to be one of the worst Post-Pinkerton songs.
1. "We Are All On Drugs" (mistake version on first...
Apr 4, 2018
Ep. 11. John is joined by Nick Klinger, an old friend of his, to talk about "Everybody Get Dangerous," a song from 2008's Red Album. Listen to two friends discuss a song about the dangers and risks of teenage friendship.
1. "Everybody Get...
Apr 1, 2018
Ep. 10. "Teenage Dirtbag" is a song with a rich, complicated history for the band Weezer. Learn all about it in today's special BONUS episode!
2. "Teenage Dirtbag" (Live at Reading Festival) on YouTube
1. "Teenage Dirtbag" at Genius.com