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Weezer Defiantly Continues Recording Career With Rarities Collection

Maybe the fact that some of their fans are rabid enough to make death threats touched the hearts of River Cuomo and the men of Weezer. Instead of disbanding and leaving a huge void in the nerdy yet accessible rock arena, the band is following up its recent release Hurley with Death to False Metal, a collection of rarities. The ten-track set, which is a little thin given the sheer amount of material that Cuomo produces, will include a cover of "Unbreak My Heart" as well as original material such as "Trampoline," "I Don't Want Your Loving," and the probably less fun than it sounds "I'm a Robot." Death to False Metal will be released by Geffen Records on November 2. [Spinner]

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These guys hemorrhage crappy songs like there's no tomorrow.

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The comments they elicit are no great shakes either.

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ya, pretty sure they had this album planned for months now, that whole campaign probably hasnt got a moments attention from them. and WOW, its weird they're putting out a 10 track album, since when do they do that????
hahaha definitely picking this one up opening day.

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