Weezer (Blue Album)

Star Rating: 5/5

Tracks: 10


Weezer impresses with their debut, known by fans as the "blue" album. It's iconic hits include: "Say It Ain't So", "Buddy Holly", and "Undone - The Sweater Song". Their mixture of grunge and rock n' roll allowed them to catapult to the top of the charts, and immediately cement their legacy in rock history.

The album was produced by Ric Ocasik of the Cars' fame.

Top Tracks of the Album & Takeaways

Of all the songs on the album, this reviewer is able to return to "In the Garage" and "Buddy Holly" over and over. Some songs just don't get old! Weezer has recorded many albums, but the "blue" album stands alone in providing the most consistent display of their original style. If you haven't been exposed to this powerful album yet, give it a listen!

Videos and Singles

Weezer - Say It Ain't So

Weezer - Buddy Holly


As an album, Weezer's debut leaves little room for doubt that they deserve their status as one of the few bands that can stand the test of time. Their style speaks for itself. It is worth listening to all the way through so that you don't miss hidden gems like "No One Else" and "Holiday", which you might not recognize right away.

Here at demodigger.com, we award Weezer's "blue" album with five stars out of five! What a timeless record!

Track Listing

My Name Is Jonas
No One Else
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here
Buddy Holly
Undone – The Sweater Song
Surf Wax America
Say It Ain't So
In the Garage
Only in Dreams

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