Weezer (Black Album) - Weezer

Weezer (Black Album)


  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2019-03-01
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2019 Weezer under exclusive license to Crush Music / Atlantic Recording Corporation fo


Title Artist Time
Can't Knock the Hustle Weezer 3:41 USD 1.29
Zombie Bastards Weezer 4:11 USD 1.29
High As a Kite Weezer 3:48 USD 1.29
Living In L.A. Weezer 3:38 USD 1.29
Piece of Cake Weezer 3:17 USD 1.29
I’m Just Being Honest Weezer 3:57 USD 1.29
Too Many Thoughts In My Head Weezer 4:03 USD 1.29
The Prince Who Wanted Everythi Weezer 3:23 USD 1.29
Byzantine Weezer 4:09 USD 1.29
California Snow Weezer 3:32 USD 1.29


  • People aren’t listening.

    By ThinkTank386
    You are supposed to “leave a 5 star review”
  • Great...

    By all27outs
    I'm sick of pseudo Weezer fans extolling the virtues of the oldest material while dismissig the newer stuff as Imagine Dragon-like. Stupid. I LOVE that they have stretched out from post-punk garage rock and opened up their toolbox to incorporate a wider range of textures. They've always been able to turn out crunchy hooks and they've certainly found more than a few for this album. Living in LA has a cool retro feel with a distinctly Police-like refrain (find it yourself...you'll hear it if you're familiar with The Police). Zombie's is fun, light-hearted and catchy. Cake is GREAT. Byzantine...super. NONE of these songs resemble HASH PIPE, which is fine...Weezer can continue to evolve beyond being 1-trick ponies. The RED album was great, and the BLACK album reminds me in many ways of my acceptance of that one from first listen. WEEZER is COOL because they can explore different presentations of "their" music. There are a lot more electronic effects incorporated into these songs...yet...they can still comfortably remain a guitar-based rock band. Shoot...they can do Ozzy Osbourne! The Teal album proved that. It's a catchy album...it deserves a much better rating than the 3-star average weighted down by elitist "old-school Weezer rules" trolls. In my humble opinion, of course.
  • Great sounding album

    By DenBroncos17!
    I don’t love every song on it but do enjoy the overall sound. As a guy whose musical preferences are evolving I actually really enjoy artists whose style has evolved too. I think these guys are in it for the love of the game more than anything else (can’t imagine any of them are hurting for cash at this point) and just opening up the playbook a little more than they would have years ago. It may not sit well with fans now by I’d be willing to bet they’ll warm up to it down the road.
  • No!

    By fitt
    This is not a good album at all. Better luck on your next one.
  • Wrong release date!

    By spch42
    Album is amazing, but I think the release date is wrong.
  • Meh

    By High risers
    I really like high as a kite and a few others but can’t knock the hustle some others are really bad
  • Thanks

    By Dievel12
    This album makes me feel stuff. Thank you for making me feel connected and helping me see through my stained plexiglass.
  • I love every song!

    By LamIam111
    I love that my favorite band is still making music. It's different, catchy and brilliant. Weezer is gold. Stop hating!
  • Black Album

    By rocknrollroger
    I love the sound catchy songs easy to dance to
  • Meh

    By Pkaz
    I’m along time fan & this is their most disappointing album to date. The best song is can’t knock the hustle. All the rest are so generic & unmemorable. They sound like mediocre songs that the band just decided to release. A definite cash grab. The past few albums, including this 1 I preordered. I’m not doing that again. I’ll sample it when it’s out before it comes out with this band. Not a bad album, but not good. Definitely disappointed though. Wish I could give it 2 & 1/2 stars fir its mediocrity