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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 YouTube

3. "In the Garage" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

4. "Detroit Rock City" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube

5. "The End of the Game" on Spotify | Apple Music | YouTube


1. "Get Me Some" at

2. "In the Garage" at

3. "Detroit Rock City" at


1. "Get Me Some" on Weezerpedia

2. Raditude on Weezerpedia | Wikipedia

3. Maladroit on Weezerpedia | Wikipedia

4. Dr. Luke on Weezerpedia | Wikipedia

5. Detroit Metal City on Wikipedia

6. KISS on Wikipedia

7. "Detroit Rock City" on Wikipedia

8. "In the Garage" on Weezerpedia

9. Jacknife Lee on Weezerpedia | Wikipedia

10. The Red Album on Weezerpedia | Wikipedia


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