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Welcome to Post-Pinkerton, a podcast about Weezer, hosted by John Carroll

Sep 11, 2019

Ep. 80. "Get Me Some" is one of Weezer's heaviest rock songs, but John explains why the song feels out of place in both the album era it was created (Raditude) and the larger Post-Pinkerton era in which it was born.


1. "Get Me Some" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

2. "Get Me Some" (Jacknife Lee version) on

Jul 17, 2019

Ep. 75. Raditude may be the worst album in Weezer's discography, but "Let It All Hang Out" is a surprising gem that you may not have heard. John explores this collaboration between Rivers Cuomo, Jermaine Dupri, and Jacknife Lee, and explains how a video game managed to make this song even better. 


1. "Let It All...

Feb 13, 2019

Ep. 54. Rivers Cuomo wrote "Put Me Back Together" with the help of Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler of The All-American Rejects. They had a wonderful time working together and thought they had created a new Weezer classic. John explores all of the ways they got it wrong in today's episode.


1. "Put Me Back Together"...

Jun 6, 2018

Ep. 20. John is once again joined by Jenna Hall to discuss "The Girl Got Hot," a track off of the album Raditude. Warning: John and Jenna do not like this song, and are not afraid to tell you why.


1. "The Girl Got Hot" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

2. "No One Else" on Spotify | Apple Music |

Feb 14, 2018

Ep. 3. "Can't Stop Partying" is the fourth track on Weezer's 2009 album Raditude. It was co-written by Jermain Dupri and features a guest verse from Lil' Wayne. Join us as we explore the complicated history of one of the stranger songs of the Post-Pinkerton era.


1. Can't Stop Partying (Alone II version) on