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Jul 11, 2018

Ep. 26. If you like Weezer demos, then you've come to the right episode, because we've got a bunch of them in today's show about "Burndt Jamb." The Maladroit track started as a silly parody of jam bands and evolved into something much different during album production. John tracks the journey -- and explains why we even have access to all of these recordings -- during today's show.


1. "Burndt Jamb" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

2. "Burndt Jamb" (DC Demos) on YouTube

3. "Burndt Jamb" (BBC Sessions) on YouTube

4. "Burndt Jamb" (January 8, 2002) on YouTube

5. "Burndt Jamb" (January 10, 2002) is unavailable online

6. "Burndt Jamb" (January 11, 2002) on YouTube

7. George Benson's "Breezin'" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube


1. "Burndt Jamb" at

2. "Burndt Jamb" (early lyrics) at Weezerpedia


1. "Burndt Jamb" at Weezerpedia

2. Maladroit at Weezerpedia

3. Mikey Welsh at Weezerpedia

4. Scott Shriner at Weezerpedia

5. DC Demos at Weezerpedia

6. BBC Sessions at Weezerpedia

7. Weezer (The Green Album) at Weezerpedia

8. The Hooptie Tour at Weezerpedia

9. Rivers Correspondence Board at Weezerpedia